As the weather continues to grow warmer and our days longer, many women are looking ahead to the summer hair trends of the year. However, for women wearing wigs, the summer hair trends may not appeal. What they fail to realize is wearing a wig is the perfect time to explore your options with your hair! Why not begin to explore the different summer hair trends and find a new look that suits your needs? Experimenting with different cuts, styles, and colors is a great way to accept your new wig and become comfortable with yourself again.
So what are some of the summer hair trends?
- Pixie- This short cut includes a close cut in the back and uneven bangs in the front. While this may not be ideal for women wearing a full wig, it could be an option for those who wear partial pieces because of thinning.
- Asymmetrical Sweep- This cut is still short, but includes more hair in the front and sides. Another option for women who wear partial pieces rather than a full wig.
- Bob and Bangs- Want to try a short look with your wig? A blunt bob with strong bangs has become a popular look and is expected to be a favorite during the hot summer months.
- Chin Length- Want a little more length without so many bangs? Consider a cut that stops near your chin that can be flipped out and away from the face. Keep your bangs longer and sweep them to the side.
- Beach Waves- Are you a fan of length? Keep hair long and natural this summer to show your beach-bum side.
At Wigs and Hair Solutions, we help our clients with their hair loss. If you find yourself experiencing hair loss, call us to discuss options. We specialize in custom synthetic and human hair wigs, partial pieces, and toppers to cover any level of hair loss. Whether your hair loss is only temporary or a permanent occurrence, our stylists will be able to create the look you want with a high quality wig, topper, or partial piece.
To schedule an initial consultation with Wigs and Hair Solutions in Columbia, call us today at 410-720-8588. You can also visit us in the Medical Pavilion at Howard County.