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  • Posted on September 6, 2013 by Wig Expert

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    f you have partial hair loss, fine or thinning hair a full wig might not be the best option. However, Wigs.com offers a wide variety of hairpieces which are ideal for coverage over isolated areas of hair loss and also give you thicker, fuller hair.

    Hair Solutions for Thinning Hair & Hair Loss

    Check out our recommended coverage options below to find the ideal hair solution for you!

    Front Coverage | Bangs & Fringe

    clip in bangs and fringes for front coverage

    Clip-in bangs and fringes offer coverage at the front hairline, quickly covering up an uneven hairline with fuller coverage.

    Shown above:

    1. easiFringe HD by easihair
    2. easiFringe Remy Human Hair by easihair
    3. Human Hair Bang by Raquel Welch
    4. Clip In Bangs by hairdo
    5. Swept Away Bang by hairdo

    Partial Top Coverage | Small base top pieces

    Small base top pieces for partial top coverage

    Small base top pieces are perfect to disguise thinning hair by giving you extra fullness at the part.

    Shown above:

    1. easiPart HD by easihair
    2. easiPart Remy Human Hair by easihair
    3. Chameleon by Raquel Welch
    4. Short Top Extension by Tabatha Coffey HOW
    5. Front Line by Wig Pro

     

     

    Full Top Coverage | Large base top pieces

    Large base top pieces for full top coverage

    Large base top pieces are perfect if you need coverage on the entire top area. These pieces often have a monofilament base that creates the look of natural hair growth where the hair is parted.

    Shown above:

    1. Top Billing by Raquel Welch
    2. Faux Fringe by Raquel Welch
    3. Sonata by Raquel Welch
    4. Milan by Noriko
    5. Berlin by Noriko
    6. NEW: Special Effect by Raquel Welch 

    This post was posted in How-to Tutorials, wigs

  • Posted on May 31, 2013 by Wig Expert

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    It’s officially wedding season!

    Whether you’re a bride-to be, a maid of honor, a bridesmaid or a guest, you can create this easy hairstyle on your favorite wig and look amazing on any big day.

    To achieve the most easy and natural look possible, we chose the Angie wig by Jon Renau. Keeping in mind that wedding days are a formal affair (and a very important at that!) we chose to go with the best of the best when it comes to wigs. Angie is made from 100% remy human hair and has a 100% hand tied cap with a monofilament top and a lace front. The 100% hand-tied cap construction will give you the most comfortable fit while the monofilament top gives the illusion of natural hair growth which allows you to part the hair in any direction. The lace front allows you to style the hair off the face. When it comes to wigs it doesn't get any better than this!

    What you’ll need for this updo hairstyle:

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    Steps:

    1. Pull your hair back into a low ponytail and secure with an elastic band. Quick tip: choose a band that matches the hair color so it will blend in.
    2. Split hair in half just above your elastic.
    3. Loop the ponytail through the space created in step 2 (you’ll create an inside out ponytail).
    4. Take the hair left out of the ponytail and wrap it around your finger to create a roll.
    5. Secure the rolled up bun with bobby pins before releasing your finger. Quick tip: be sure to keep the hair low and over the hairline to disguise the edge of the wig cap.
    6. Set the hairstyle with a medium hold hairspray (be sure to use the appropriate hair product for your wig’s fiber, see all hair products by BeautiMark).

     

     


    This post was posted in How-to Tutorials, Tips & Tricks

  • Posted on February 8, 2013 by kd5ytx

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    The Golden Globes and the SAG Awards both had one thing in common: the Side Swept hairstyle.

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    Even now as we enter New York Fashion Week, we’ve already seen models on the runway in one shoulder tresses; clearly this trend is in motion. Celebrities, models and designers have all been swept away with this easy to do hairstyle. And YOU TOO can have red carpet hair at home… we’ll show you how!

    We chose the Adriana wig for a few reasons. First of all, this synthetic hair wig comes with a beautiful ready-to-wear wave pattern that best matched the locks we saw on the red carpet. However, if you have a human hair or heat-friendly synthetic hair wig (or your own hair) you can recreate the curls using a 1” curling iron. Also, this wig has a lace front and a monofilament top. This type of cap construction is perfect for this hairstyle because it will give your side part the most realistic look.

    This hairstyle is as easy as 1, 2, 3! Just follow the detailed steps below and give yourself a wig-over with this super easy tutorial.

    What you’ll need for the Side Swept hairstyle:

     

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    Steps:

    1. Make a side part using a rattail comb.
    2. Sweep hair over the tip of your ear and let it fall over your natural hairline. This will conceal the edge of the wig.
    3. Pin hair to that side with bobby pins (crisscross the pins for the strongest hold). At this point you can apply some hairspray to tame flyways for a smooth finish.

    And Voilà! You’re done!

     

     


    This post was posted in celebrity, General, How-to Tutorials, wigs and was tagged with hair trends, hair tutorial, red carpet hair, red carpet hairstyles, Side Swept hairstyle, Side Swept wig tutorial, Wig tutorial

  • Posted on January 11, 2013 by kd5ytx

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    We’re in the middle of awards season! And we can't wait to see how celebrities will wear their hair to all the award shows. After all, Hollywood stars set the hair trends during this time of year.

    Having a Golden Globes 2013 viewing party this weekend? Check out our quick hair tutorial to help get your locks red carpet ready!

    What you’ll need to recreate this beautiful Vintage Volume hairstyle:

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    1. Create a section from temple to temple around the back, and secure the top section with a clip.
    2. Attach the easiVolume hair extension. Note: Watch a video on how to apply easiVolume – the piece shown here is the 14”, in color 4. (You should choose an easiVolume hair extension that best matches your hair length and color.)
    3. Blend your own hair over the easiVolume. Quick Tip: Before you begin curling, spray the entire head of hair with a working spray or light hold hairspray
    4. Curl the hair using a 1 inch curling iron. Taking sections that are equal to the barrel size of the curling iron. The tool we’re using here is the 1” Nano Ceramic Curling Iron.
    5. Set curls in place using pin curl clips. Here’s the trick: Alternate the direction of the curls along the sides and face frame area.
    6. Spray again with hairspray and allow the curls to completely cool.
    7. Once the curls have cooled gently remove all the clips.
    8. Back comb/tease the entire head of hair.
    9. Using a boars bristle brush, lightly smooth the surface of the hair to create shape. Be careful not to take the bristles to deep into the hair, doing so will remove the tease.
    10. 10.  Direct the hair into the desired shape using the boars bristle brush and your other hand to guide the hair.

    Set with a strong hold hairspray and you’re ready to walk that red carpet!

     


    This post was posted in General, Hairpieces & Extensions, How-to Tutorials and was tagged with Extensions tutorial, hairstyle with hair extensions, Hairstyle with volume, how-to, Red Carpet hairstyle, Vintage Volume Pictorial, Vintage Volume Tutorial

  • Posted on November 16, 2012 by kd5ytx

     

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    It's officially party season!

    Glam up your look for the holidays using hairpieces and extensions. We'll show you how!

    What you'll need for the Party Pony hairstyle:

     
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    To watch a video on how to apply this piece click here.

    1. Start by curling your hair to match the texture of the ponytail extension this particular piece comes curled. (By the way - if you wish to wear this ponytail straight, you can straighten it with your favorite flat iron because it is made with heat-friendly synthetic hair.)
    2. Section your hair from ear to ear and place it into a small bun or ponytail. Clip the top section out of the way for Step 4.
    3. Place the base of your drawstring pony over your bun or ponytail and pull the elastic band to tightly secure. Open the small clip located on the top, comb it over your hair, and then snap it closed.
    4. Unclip the top section from Step 2 and taking the tip of your teasing brush or comb, prep a small section to tease.
    5. Start at the crown and pull up a 1-2 inch section – the smaller the section the more volume you will create. Brush the hair back mid-way and run the brush down the length of the hair towards the crown, when you reach the scalp pull the brush out and start again. Make quick short strokes until you have the desired height and fullness. (Tip: the bigger the hair the closer to god.)
    6. Every time you backcomb spray a little bit of hairspray so that it holds the hair longer.
    7. Carefully use your brush to smooth down any fly-a-ways.
    8. Wrap smaller sections of the top around the base of the ponytail attachment and secure with bobby pins.
    9. To finish it off, pull sections of the secured top up to reach the desired height and look.

    That's all - super easy, right? If you give it a shot let us know, we'd love to see how your Party Pony turns out!


    This post was posted in Daisy Fuentes WOW, General, Hairpieces & Extensions, How-to Tutorials, Trends and was tagged with how-to, how-to hairstyle, how-to pony, pictorial, ponytail extension, tutorial

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