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New To Wigs? Make Sure You Measure!

Posted on January 14, 2014 by Wig Expert There have been 1 comment(s)

If you're new to wigs, one of the first and most important steps is to measure your head. We know how traumatic and stressful hair loss can be, so knowing the right wig cap size from the beginning is essential. Take the time to measure your head with a measuring tape, and you'll be on your way to finding the perfect wig.

Cap Size

While average size wigs tend to fit about 95% of customers, you'll find that many wigs also come in petite and large sizes. Consider that many also have adjustable straps that give up to a half inch so that you can achieve a comfortable and secure fit.

Wig Cap Size Chart

To determine the right size wig for you, measure the circumference of your head from the front hairline, behind your hear, to the nape of your neck, to your other ear and then back to the front hairline. Write down your measurement, then consult the table below. Please note that sizes may vary slightly by brand and that not all wigs are available in all cap sizes.


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1 Response to New To Wigs? Make Sure You Measure!

  • Nilda Valpey

    I am too new to this wig, my first order from you made by Norriko? Its great I am very happy with my order. Here's my problem hoping you can help me. My hear was thining really bad, my hair now was shoulder lenght long. How can I secure my wig properly without falling off? I'm afraid to wear my new wig because each time a moved arround the wig move too, is there any other acessories to wear with it to help from moving or shifting back and fort? Please help. As soon as I know how to use them securely without worrying to fall off I would love to order a couple more. I just love my look when I use my new wig. I did measure my head 21 1/2 - 22inch.

    I appreciate all your help. Thank you


    Posted on January 19, 2014 at 3:33 am