Human Hair Wigs
Your hair is the first most notable part of your beauty. It is a crucial part of your appearance and determines the tone for your entire look. There are many reasons why you may consider wearing a wig. Some people find wearing wigs a good way to hide their hair loss as it is cheaper and is far less intrusive compared to other alternatives such as surgery. Women's Human hair wigs are of four different types: classic wigs, monofilament wigs, lace front wigs, and hand tied caps. Classic wigs are machine-made and comprise traditional wefted rows of hair sewn together and are often "capless", thus allowing for more airflow to the head. Usually, they have teased fibres that conceal the cap underneath.
Uses for Wigs and Extensions
Cancer patients in particular find wigs very helpful and indeed morale-boosting. For others, a wig is an accessory that allows them to change their appearance. While a majority of wigs are synthetic, human hair wigs are preferred as they give the same styling versatility of real hair. A less dramatic and usually less expensive step before going all out with a wig purchase is to invest in hair extensions.
Human Hair Wig Cap Size
Just like clothes, human hair wigs come in different sizes; petite, average and large. The majority of women (90-95%) fit average sized caps. Consequently, average size wigs offer more style choices for you to choose from. It is nevertheless important to check which cap size fits your head before deciding on the wig to buy. Almost all wigs come with adjustable straps that enable you to customise the fitting to a degree.
Human Hair Wig Colour and Style
Medium length, chin length, short and long human hair wig hairstyles are available on the market. The longest cost rather a lot. A tip for cancer sufferers: short human hair wigs are easier to manage and are simpler to transition from once your natural hair starts to grow back.