2015 is the 20th anniversary of Wigs.com and we'd like to say thank you for 20 years! As part of our anniversary year celebration, we’ve selected the styles we love the most and highlighted them in Top 20 lists. We chose these Top 20 long wigs because they're both Wig Expert and client favorites. Our pick for #1? Amber by Jon Renau. It's long, layered and wavy. We know you'll love these stand-out styles as much as we do.
Amber by Jon Renau a long, layered, and softly waved synthetic wig. You’ll be ready for your close-up with this superior lace front and monofilament top that give the ultimate in natural hair growth. The face-framing bang swoops to the side for a glamorous look. It's a wavy version of best seller Zara by Jon Renau.
The ready-to-wear SmartLace™ front creates a natural-looking hairline and allows you to style the hair off the face. The hand-tied monofilament top provides multi-directional styling and looks extremely natural up close. The high quality synthetic hair is pre-styled and will keep its shape in any weather, even after you wash it!
Pictured above: Amber by Jon Renau is one of our favorite long wigs
The Jon Renau SmartLace Human Hair Collection was first introduced in 2011, and now their new images show off even more just how beautiful these wigs are. Jon Renau SmartLace Human Hair wigs are some of the most innovative, high quality and natural looking wigs on the market today.
The ready-to-wear lace front creates the appearance of natural hair growth along the front hairline and allows for styling away from the face. And the 100% human hair is incredibly soft, healthy and luxurious. It's the highest grade human hair available.
You can style human hair wigs with heat tools as you would your own hair, for the exact look you want. The Smart Lace Human Hair wigs by Jon Renau offer a superior look and feel for the woman who wants the very best.
One of our favorite wigs from this collection is Blake. Blake by Jon Renau is long and luxurious with limitless possibilities. This wig truly has it all. Blake features 100% Remy human hair – the highest quality available. The 100% hand-tied stretch cap is completely hand-knotted, creating supreme comfort and natural movement. The SmartLace™ front creates a natural-looking hairline and allows for styling hair off the face. And the monofilament top provides multi-directional styling and looks like natural hair growth. All together, it’s the most natural hair, combined with the most natural-looking hairline and part, as well as the most comfortable cap. You’ll have limitless styling possibilities and the most natural-looking appearance with this beautiful, ultra-lux style.
Pictured above: Blake by Jon Renau with 3 simple steps to get the look
September is National Alopecia Areata Awareness Month so we are featuring a guest blog post written by a woman who really understands alopecia - Jodi Pliszka, M.S., President and inventor of the No Sweat Liners by Headline It! Jodi is also an award winning author. Her autobiography Bald is Beautiful, My Journey to Becoming has been said to be “life’s instruction manual for anyone going through a challenge in their lives.” She says she is happy to share her life with Alopecia and help people expedite their challenges by learning through her experiences. The video below explores the concept of beauty and how it is affected by hair loss. Thanks Jodi for your guest blog post!
When I was 20, I was in a car accident that shocked my system, and within one month I was rendered completely hairless. I was a junior in college and wasn’t sure how to cope with my new disorder. My alopecia areata had turned into full blown Alopecia Universalis, total loss of hair over my entire body, which affected less than 200,000 people in the U.S. back in 1986. Today, the numbers of individuals with Universalis has jumped to over 40 million people. Doesn’t it make you wonder what is in the water that we are drinking to cause this?
I decided to go back to school to obtain my Master’s degree and PhD work in Psychology, to better help people with differences. Alopecia can really be taxing on a person’s psyche; the world is designed to market towards beauty, and just about every other ad you see on TV, read in a magazine, or see a billboard, has to do with mascara, hair products, or items to plump your brows. Living in a superficial world, it is difficult for many men and women to cope with Alopecia.
The only place where showing beautiful hair styles is readily accepted is on wig websites, which cater towards people with hair loss issues. These venues far surpass the old way of walking into an “old ladies wig shop” to try on outdated wig fashions and feeling like less than a woman, during this challenge. Wigs.com offers educational videos, classy photos of wig styles, colors, and a plethora of information to make any first time wig buyer feel more comfortable.
Social media has really helped bring our Alopecia community together. I host a group on Facebook called “Alopecia Universalis.” It’s a great place to gather and share photos, and tips, about living with Alopecia. We provide a loving environment that is positive and focused to encourage people of all ages, sexes, and cultures. It’s great to know that you are not alone in this world, and to see others, like yourself.
“Losing my hair helped me find who I am.” I was featured on Lifetime TV’s Health Corner, with my story on Alopecia, and was a top finalist on ABC’S American Inventor TV show, as the award winning inventor of the patented No Sweat® liners by Headline It!®. After you pick out your “new hair,” if you are looking for a little extra comfort under your wigs, hats or scarves, as I always was doing, please try our No Sweat® liners by Headline It!® - now 20% off during Alopecia Awareness Month.