Crochet Ski Beanie with Pom Pom

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Crochet Ski Beanie with Pom Pom
Crochet Ski Beanie with Pom Pom
Crochet Ski Beanie with Pom Pom
Crochet Ski Beanie with Pom Pom
Crochet Ski Beanie with Pom Pom
Crochet Ski Beanie with Pom Pom
Crochet Ski Beanie with Pom Pom
Crochet Ski Beanie with Pom Pom

This beautiful knitted winter hat is warm, cosy, cute, and the pom pom is just adorable and fashionable 

Stay warm in style with the Pom Pom knitted hat 

 

Head circumference:about 40cm~54cm

One size, stretchy Soft and fashionable

 

PLEASE NOTE THIS IS SENT DIRECT FROM FACTORY AND SO IT DOES NOT COME PACKAGED, AND CAN TAKE UP TO 21 DAYS TO ARRIVE

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  • WIG CAP SIZES
    The Majority of wigs in an average cap size will fit the majority of the population. This however, is not everybody. We are all unique. 
    As a general rule of thumb, 

    PETITE WIG CIRCUMFERENCE: 51-54cm (20-21.25 inch)

    AVERAGE WIG CIRCUMFERENCE: 54-57cm (21.25-22.5 inch)

    LARGE WIG CIRCUMFERENCE: 57-60cm (22.5-24 inch)

    HOW DO YOU MEASURE YOUR LOVELY HEAD?

    Hi Beautiful girlies and guys! 
    Often, people are unsure of which size of wig cap is going to fit them best. I feel it is only right to have some information for you on the general sizing guides and some information on HOW TO measure your beautiful head 
    MYTH: It is easy to tell what size of head someone has by looking. Professionals do not need to measure heads!
    TRUTH: This is not possible - due to the contours and shape of every head, it is imperative that you are measured / measure your own head sizing
    It is IMPORTANT to note that circumference is not the only measurement that we need to consider. Front to Back, as well as ear to ear should also be noted. 
    At Mimo Wigs, we can provide wig alteration on the majority of hand tied and wefted caps, and MiMo has been certified to do this for you lovely girlies out there wearing hair - if your cap needs to be brought in. 
    JON RENAU have Provided a very handy tool that easily demonstrates how to measure for your wig, and also - their sizing chart. 
    Most people will fall between different categories for the different measurements. for example, you may be an average circumference but petite front to back, and large ear to ear. You should ALWAYS choose the largest of the measurements. Caps can be adjusted at the other areas and brought in for you.
    HOW TO MEASURE FOR A WIG
    WIG SIZES

     

    UK VAT RELIEF

    IF YOU ARE IN THE UK AND ELIGIBLE FOR VAT RELIEF, YOU CAN COMPLETE A DECLARTION FOR VAT RELIEF BY CLICKING HERE

     

    Below is the HMRC guidance (click to view) of the Qualifying Goods and Service, as well as the Notice relating to eligibility. The below notices and information comes as guidance / information from HMRC online

    -VAT Relief Claims (Online) Under HMRC Reference: Notice 701/7 (December 2014)

    -Qualifying Goods and Services

     

    To Check Eligibility:

    • Click to call 0300 123 1073 OR  

    • Click to complete the HMRC online form, or

    • Click to check the HMRC website to ascertain eligibility.

    • By electronically using any coupon stating "VATEXEMPT", and by completing the declaration(online at checkout, or by post); you are making a personal declaration to the HMRC.

    • Postal Form Can Be downloaded HERE

    VAT Relief Claims (Online) Under HMRC Reference: Notice 701/7 (December 2014)

    1. If you are eligible for your wigs/hairpieces/scalp prosthesis to be Zero Rated from UK VAT on medical grounds, you can complete the DECLARATION AT CHECKOUT, and use discount code:  VATEXEMPT at checkout

    2. Orders must be placed by the person who is medically exempt.

    3. Hats / Headwear / Care Products are Not Eligible to have removal of VAT. Only Scalp Prosthetics (Wigs / Hair Replacement Toppers / Custom Made Wigs) are eligible. See the above HMRC information

    4. The online V.A.T Relief Claim Form is a personal declaration to HMRC. Utilising VATEXEMPT Codes / signing the form electronically: you are verifying that you are eligible to reclaim the VAT as defined above. IF YOU USE VATEXEMPT discount codes without completion of your form, MiMo Wigs shall attempt contact. If no completion of form within 2 days, MiMo Wigs have the right to cancel your order.  MiMo Wigs shall attempt to contact you prior to this to allow you to complete online the declaration

    5. Please contact HMRC directly if you need advice regarding eligibility.

    6. This VAT Relief Claim Form is a personal declaration: In using VAT EXEMPT codes and signing the declaration (electronic or paper), you are verifying that you are eligible to reclaim the VAT as defined here. You are aware that information may be passed to HMRC upon request.

    7. Please contact HMRC directly for all queries relating to eligibility.

    8. Postal forms should be processed within 21 working days of receipt. Please contact MiMo Wigs Ltd if you have not had your claim processed within this timescale.

    9. All refunds of VAT (if not done at point of sale, will be via return to the payment method initially used........processed as a partial refund). 

             

    IF YOU ARE IN THE UK AND ELIGIBLE FOR VAT RELIEF, YOU CAN COMPLETE A DECLARTION FOR VAT RELIEF BY CLICKING HERE

    Colour Coding with wigs - it actually makes sense!

    Do you ever see a wig, and hear people saying "Oh I wear shade 12FS8, but I quite like 24b22 as well" .....and you think - "WHAT ARE YOU ON ABOUT? That is a number, and some form of secret society code..... not a colour!"

    I used to always wonder what the malarky was with wigs that have numbers/letter codes, and found it down right confusing! I would always opt to look for the Shade name! For example, with Jon Renau, one of the most popular shades throughout their ranges is 12FS8. To many, this is maybe no meaning at all colour wise, but they also have a shade name that you may know - "Shaded Praline". This is a blonde with a shaded brown root. 

    I used to prefer looking for a colour name, as I have said. Nowadays, I actually look to see a colour code rather than name, as with just a little understanding - wig shades can be made SO EASY! I promise! So here is a little quick guide for you all, and I hope it clarifies and helps with the names and numbers / codes associated with your favourite hair-do's!

    Lets start off with the LETTER CODES that can be associated with wig shades, that will help demystify a little! This explains the dispersion of shade throughout the wig. This is important and helps to understand why various shade colour numbers may be listed.

    B - Blended

    BT - Blended and Tipped

    BR - Blended and Rooted

    CH - Chunky Highlight

    FS - Frosted Shade Highlights

    FS* - Jon Renau Fashion Syrup (chunky highlight)

    F* - Jon Renau Fashion (darker at nape)

    GR - Gradient (Dark roots, light tips)

    H - Highlighted 

    HH - Human Hair

    HL - Highlighted

    M - the same as "B" - blended

    MB - Mixed and Blended

    MBF - Mixed, Blended and with darker Nape

    R- Rooted

    RH - Rooted with Highlights

    RH* Jon Renau HH special colours: 33% highlights

    RN* - Jon Renau Natural: HH slow process to maintain quality and integrity of HH

    SShaded

    TTipped (colour mix on top, with tip different)

    Swirl - blend of Streaks

    Glow - Natural Image highlighted fashion chunk highlights 

    Misted - Natural Image blended highlights throughout for a more natural appearance

     

    DECODE the CODE

    NUMEROLOGY?

    Numbers have meanings, and once you realise what numbers mean what - with a combination of the above Letter Abbreviations - you can picture that shade perfectly! VOILA!

    DARK + BROWN SHADES

    1- Jet Black

    1B - Natural / Off Black

    2 - Darkest Brown

    4 - Medium - Dark brown

    6 - Medium Chestnut Brown

    8 - Light Chestnut Brown

    10 - Medium Golden Brown

    12 - Light Golden Brown

    15 - Honey Gold Brown

    20 - Iced Mocha (light brown/blonde)

     

    BLONDE SHADES

    14 - Medium Ash Blonde 

    16 - Honey Blonde

    17 - Medium Ash Blonde

    18 - Dark Ash Blonde

    19 - Strawberry Blonde Light

    22 - Champagne Blonde

    24 - Golden Blonde

    24B - Butterscotch

    24BS - Ginger Blonde (Light)

    26 - Golden Blonde

    GINGER SHADES

    27 - Strawberry Blonde (Medium)

    27A - Auburn Light

    27B - Peach tone

    27MB - Amber 

    27W - Strawberry and Copper mix

    28 - Ginger Tea / Irish Red

    30 - Light Auburn

    30A - Red tone ginger - vibrant

    130 - Copper Red

    144 - Ginger Vibrant

     

    RED SHADES

    31 - Burgundy Auburn

    32 - Cherry Tone

    33 - Dark Auburn

    35 - Mahogany Red

    99J - Plum Red

    118 - Wine Tone Red

    131 - Burgundy

    258 - Darkest Brown with Burgundy

    872 - Burgundy Red

    888 - Plum Dark

    V - Violet shade

     

    GREY SHADES

    44 - Dark Brown with Grey

    48 - Light Brown with Grey

    51 - Grey with Dark Brown

    54 - Creamy White blonde Grey

    56 - Grey with Brown blend

    59 - Silver Grey

    60 - Pure White Silver

    PLATINUM SHADES

    96 - neutral blonde with vanilla tip

    101 - Platinum

    102 - Pearl Platinum Blonde

    104 - Chardonnay White blonde

    124 - Bright Warm Blonde Light

    613 - French Vanilla Blonde

    613A - White Blonde

    1001 - White Blonde (Snow Blonde)

    2613 - Vanilla blonde with warm cream

    So there we have it - a very basic guide to common lettering and the number meanings on your beautiful hair! Soon to come - I will sort the comparison with the salon level grades of colour, but for now, voila - this is enough x

    Lots of Love,

    MiMo