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Which Wig is Best for You?

Which Wig is Best

Choosing a wig can be difficult for first time users. When it comes to choosing a wig, it is best to know your options and the pros and cons that come with each. There are two types of wigs that women can choose from, synthetic wigs and human hair wigs.

Synthetic Wigs

  • Pros- Synthetic wigs can be purchased ready to wear without any further maintenance. They are typically cheaper than human hair wigs and are easy to maintain. These wigs are also sometimes lighter to wear and come in a variety of solid and blended colors.
  • Cons- Synthetic wigs can appear to be unnatural at times. The fibers used to create the wigs cause the hair to look overly shiny. The fibers also prevent extreme heat to be used on the wigs. The wigs also aren’t able to be colored.

Human Hair Wigs

  • Pros- Human hair wigs look and feel more natural than synthetic wigs. Because of the natural fibers, human hair wigs can be styled and colored like normal hair. This can help the wearer forget about their hair loss, because it will be as if they are caring and styling their own hair.
  • Cons- Human hair wigs are typically more expensive than synthetic wigs. Because it is made from human hair, weather will affect the wig as it would your normal hair. Frequent washes will also cause the color to fade as well.

Wigs and Hair Solutions

When you aren’t sure which wig will work best for you, ask the stylists at Wigs and Hair Solutions. During your first consultation, our stylists will discuss your lifestyle and regular hair with you. From there, we will help you choose a wig that suits your needs and gives you back your confidence. No matter which wig you choose, you will leave Wigs and Hair Solutions feeling beautiful, confident, and ready for anything that may come your way.

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.

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