Types of Wigs
Trying to find a wig that works best for you is a very difficult process. Not only is a emotionally trying, but it is also difficult to understand the difference between all the different types of wigs. Below is a list of all the different types of wigs as well as a summary of each.
Some new products are on the market now for petite women, children and teens that are very affordable options with excellent quality and natural appearance.
Mia is the newest European Human Hair Prosthesis that has extremely soft materials, light weight density with a 12 inch length of hair. By having a lighter density of hair, Mia provides an excellent option for children, teens and petite women who have difficulty with too large of a cap and too much volume of hair. Technical information and photos of this product can be found at our sister site www.womenslacefrontwigs.com. Read more
There are some new European Hair Medical Wigs available now in both average and petite cap sizes. The Brooklyn has an average cap size with a hand crafted combination of base materials that offer a 14 inch length with non slip areas in the cap for additional comfort. The European human hair has a special treatment to prevent tangling. You will receive full and detailed instructions in order to care properly for your hair prosthesis. Read more
The base materials for hand tied human hair usually consist of a combination of a very thin skin like material, polyester mesh, silk, monofilament, silicone, or thin polyurethane. Read more
Each strand of hair (synthetic fiber) is hand tied onto a base material that is made from polyester, silk, monofilament, or a combination of materials. Read more
These are custom designed to fit to your head. A plaster mold is taken of your head to ensure a proper fit that will produce suction on your head. Read more
Another choice for women experiencing Alopecia Totalis is a custom quality cranial prosthesis with a combination of very thin skin-like stretchable material with tiny ventilation holes, hand tied crown and back of the head, with a French lace front that can be trimmed to achieve a natural hairline. Read more
If you have additional questions, or would like my advice on what is best for you and where to start. Feel free to ask me a question and I will get back to you shortly. I look forward to helping in any way I can.To learn more about or to purchase any of our women's wigs, go to Women's Lace Front Wigs.