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How Can I Choose The Right Wig

How Can I Choose The Right Wig

August 08, 2019

That is a good questions how to choose the right wig for me, full lace wigs are the newest trends for people suffering from hair loss or looking for a cosmetic change. Lace wigs are wigs made with Remy human hair tied to a lace base. Lace is the most undetectable material and it has many colors to suit to your skin tone. When it is adhered to your skin, it gives an invisible hairline, as though the hair is growing out of your scalp. All of our wigs are crafted by skilled wig ventilators and go through a meticulous quality control process to insure that you are getting nothing less than a superior constructed lace wigs. Below is what the best suggestions to choose the wigs according to the details specifications.

Here I list up some hair density for your information:

a. thin 60%

b. medium thin 80%

c. medium 100% (average)

d. medium heavy 120%

e. heavy 150%

f. extra heavy 180%

Hair density of full lace wigs is simply how many hairs are added to your hair system base. In earlier years, high density was necessary because the base materials were usually made of thicker materials and would be easily exposed if hair density were low. More recently, with the advance of thinner base materials such as lace and thin skin, low density tends to look more natural especially with the see through look along the hairlines. You can chose different hair density in different areas of the base. We generally recommend light density at the hairline and crown gradually increasing to medium density then medium density throughout the lace wigs (blended well).

There is one kind hair which is easy to dye any color you want by yourself; it is the natural hair color, undyed. You can dye it as you like. Human hair can be colored and permed, but synthetic hair cannot. For human hair wigs, it is no problem to dye lighter color to dark, but hard to dye from dark color to lighter except your professional hair stylist help.

If you leave insecurities behind and wear your lace front with confidence it remains your secret.

This depends on the amount of hair that you have underneath the wig cap. Unless you have severe hair loss it should be reassuring to know that you have your own hair underneath the cap. The bulk underneath is dependent on how you style your own hair i.e. braid, cornrows, slicked back etc. The 'bulk ' of your hair is inconsequential, visually lace front wigs are undetectable and does not look 'bulky' and only you know that you are wearing a wig.

with lace around the entire head, the hair can be parted anywhere; also you can wear in high ponytails It is possible to wear the hair off the face, i.e. comb it back in a pony tail. It can be drawn back in a low pony tail, higher if you choose to have the thin skin or extended French /Swiss lace at the nape and apply adhesive to hold the wigs to the nape. The hair can be pulled back away from t he face or you can choose to wear the hair half up and half down.

If you are new with the lace wigs, we suggest you to seek help from experienced stylist in salon. However, we have included the instruction how to attach the wig easily, and you can attach the wig by yourself following our instruction.



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