While some hair loss requires a full coverage wig, other hair loss is more minor and a wig is unnecessary. For those who are still self-conscious about their hair loss or thinning hair, there are hairpiece options like toppers and partial pieces. These are designed to add more coverage to your healthy hair without having to cover your entire head.
So how do you choose which hairpiece is right for you?
You must first determine how much coverage you require for your hair. Hair loss and hair thinning can occur in different areas of the scalp, which means one hairpiece won’t work for everyone. Look in the mirror and see where you are noticing bare spots. The hairpiece you choose will be based on the location and severity of your bare spots.
So what kind of coverage options do you have?
- Front- If you are beginning to notice your hairline receding, consider bang and fringe clip-ins for front coverage. Where you want a side bang or a blunt bang look, a clip-in frontal hairpiece will help to prevent the appearance of a receding hairline.
- Partial Top- Are you noticing the part of your hair at the top of your head beginning to grow? If you are noticing thinning at the top, consider a partial hairpiece. These partial pieces will help to bring fullness back to the top of your head while blending in with the rest of your length.
- Full Top- A full hairpiece is ideal if you require coverage on the entire top of the head instead of just at the part. A fuller partial hairpiece is a great place to begin if you predict a wig in your near future.
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.