What to Consider When Buying a Wig

Thursday, April 16, 2020

There are many reasons someone may decide to buy a wig. Regardless of the reason, an ill-fitting or wrong wig deters from the impact one hopes to have by wearing one. Before you buy one, take these things into consideration to find the right one for you.


Without the right capsize, the wig won’t fit correctly on your head. It may slide around or simply not look natural. To avoid that, you should measure your head to determine the right capsize. Most wigs Westchester County NY customers find come in average size. However, some wigs come in large or petite to accommodate different sized heads. Many wigs also come with straps that adjust up to a half-inch for a superior fit. Take a fabric measuring tape and measure from ear to ear, front to back and the circumference. Use these measurements to find the right capsize.


Not all caps are constructed the same. So, while you need to buy the right capsize, you also need to determine who they attach. A basic cap features pre-teased hair to mask the durable cap beneath. This affordable option typically has good air ventilation with built-in volume. For the most natural movement, choose a 100% hand-tied cap. These are also the most comfortable and softest available, ideal for a sensitive scalp. Achieve a natural-looking hairline in the front with a lace front cap. Handle these delicate caps with care. Most are ready-to-wear and offer great styling options. The monofilament cap offers versatile styling and parting.


Wigs are made from both synthetic and human hair. If you plan to use lots of heat-styling tools, you may want to choose a heat-friendly synthetic hair. For a more natural feel and look, choose human hair. Synthetic hair is more ready-to-wear than human hair but less durable. Depending on the look you want to achieve, you may opt for one of each for the ultimate versatility in styling options.


Go natural or bold. Not all styles come in all colors, but if you want a particular color, now’s the time to give it a try. Choose a more natural shade for a more comfortable first-time transition.


Choose a style you are comfortable with for a first wig. This can help you more comfortable with the wig. Or if you don’t need the wig, go for a style that you’ve always wanted to try but haven’t yet. For example, a shorter cut or bangs. Whichever style you choose, there are tons of options to choose from. These are just a few tips to help you pick a wig that works for you.

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