are so many different types of wigs and hairpieces on the market today, Lori's Wigsite has provided information pertaining
to wigs, hairpieces, integration pieces and related products -- including how to measure for a wig, and the best method of how to wear and care for
your choice of wig. It is crucial for anyone interested in purchasing a wig, hairpiece or related product to understand the different types of wigs available.
Different Types of Wigs
Though wigs and hairpieces have become trendy, for most women, selecting a wig with so many options to choose from can be challenging and a bit confusing.
Choosing Between Wigs & Hairpieces
In addition to wigs, there are
3/4 hairpieces AKA falls,
ponytails. We also carry
hair extensions that simply clip into your own hair (using small toupee clips) to add length & desired fullness.
Or add-on pieces to wear with hats and
head-wraps. Such hairpieces are an option if you prefer not to wear a
full wig or just don't want to wear your wig every day. Attached to the inside of a hat or head-wrap (usually with Velcro), the hairpiece falls naturally from beneath, providing the illusion of a full head of hair.
The best solution to thinning or diffused hair, is our Hair Additions. Or our wonderfully popular integration pieces.
The Impressions Collection features 100% remy
human hair wigs and
integration pieces, all of which are completely handmade. They are soft and comfortable to wear. Some of these integration
units are designed for full-head coverage, which provide many attachment points for security. Others are designed for people with either major hair loss throughout, or just diffused hair loss in certain areas of the head. Review the product descriptions to decide which prosthesis will work best for your personal needs.
~For best results most pieces will look best after cutting and blending in with existing hairs.
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