Every woman deserves to feel beautiful. There’s a sense of well-being that comes from knowing you’re looking your very best. Wigs have a wonderful way of restoring the confidence hair loss or a bad hair day steals from you. You should also feel comfortable in the wig you wear, and be proud to show it off without anyone knowing it’s not the hair you were born with. How much is price worth when it comes to how you feel?
Not All Wigs Are Created Equal.
You get what you pay for. A wig can be picked up just about anywhere. Cheap wigs (and we don’t just mean price) tend to be better for short term use. But there’s no comparison once you touch a well-made wig. For full-time wig wearers, comfort and the ability to add your personal touch are important considerations. You want her to be made of materials that are durable so she can keep up with your lifestyle.
Price is What You Pay. Value is What You Get.
The lifespan of a wig depends on how well she’s cared for. Human hair wigs give you the most value of any hair type out there. And when properly taken care of, can last over a year! Not only this, but you also get the versatility of styling options that are only as limited as your imagination. With hair this good, you need a cap that offers you the most natural movement.
The construction of a cap is as important to how natural your wig looks as the material the hair is made of. A good quality cap can take up to 30 hours to create! 100% hand-tied caps (as the name implies) are meticulously made by hand to be the softest and most comfortable-perfect if you suffer scalp sensitivity or hair loss. And because each hair is hand-knotted to the cap, you get the most natural hair movement and the versatility to style in any direction.
Not Having to Spend Hours in the Salon Chair…Priceless.
A woman has to look good, right? But when was last time a trip to the salon was simple? First you have to research and find a good salon. Then there’s the process of booking an appointment, which means carving time out of your too busy schedule that best fits the stylist. And nowadays, it’s considered bad etiquette to just “come as you are,” which means you have to spend time doing the prep work of washing and combing out tangles before the person touching your follicles even picks up a pair of scissors.
Now consider the cost (not just in dollars) of doing this several times a year. Yikes! Wigs are a convenient way to test drive styles, colors, and lengths with the added bonus of giving your hair a break from treatments and coloring. The best ones look so much like your own hair that even those closest to you have a difficult time telling the difference. And if you want to change styles, simply try on a new wig.
A good wig is an investment. How much you want to spend depends on what’s right for your situation. But the real consideration comes down to how much your confidence and sense of well-being is worth to you.
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