Some people have never experienced wearing a wig, not even for fun. This is in part due to people’s misconceptions about what wigs look like. It’s likely they are imagining an ill-fitted mess, fake-looking in an unflattering color.
Many cheap, synthetic fashion wigs are just like that which is why you shouldn’t buy your wig from the shopping center. Sure, they can be inexpensive and fun for a night out, but they are not good for much else. They can be poorly secured to the head and cause scalp itchiness. They certainly don’t help people who are experiencing significant hair loss. And they cause many people to avoid the whole idea of wigs in general.
However, it is important to know that not all wigs are created equal. Here are just some of the types of wigs out there:
Processed human hair wigs
Medical grade synthetic or synthetic blend wigs
Cheap wigs – these are all machine made fashion wigs that you buy at the mall
Machine made wigs and hand knotted human hair wigs
Hybrid or mono top wigs. These are a combination of machine made and hand knotted.
Virgin (unprocessed) European hair wigs
There’s a lot to understand, but the bottom line is that you should not write off wigs all together when looking for a hair loss solution. Or buy your wig from the shopping center. There are amazing 100% natural human hair wigs available that you absolutely cannot tell from real natural growing hair. Check out these human hair wigs from Louticia, available in Solana Beach through Uptown New York Style:
When you’re looking for a solution to hair loss or thinning hair, you shouldn’t buy your wig from the shopping center. For the most natural result possible, you should consult an expert.
At Uptown New York Style, we have caring consultants who are trained to help you through this time. Their expertise can help you decide which wig or hair replacement option is right for you.
Call us today at (858) 794-6833 or click here to arrange a free hair consultation with one of our experts. We look forward to your call.
You may also enjoy reading: Choosing A New Fall Hairstyle