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5 Perfect Wigs For Hair Loss

Posted on November 12 2018

Hair loss is a concern for many men around the world, but can be especially devastating for women. It's very common for men and women to experience hair loss due to a number of reasons including:

  • Alopecia (general hair loss in women)
  • Illness or disease.
  • Side effect from certain medications.
  • Over-processed, damaged hair

Why Top Pieces?

If you aren’t sure about products or implants, an easier, quicker, and perhaps more attractive solution to female hair loss are hair top pieces, most so natural-looking people will never know you’re wearing one. They come in a variety of colors, styles, textures and sizes. You can go with a light hair top piece, or something closer to a full wig, depending on the amount of hair loss you have and how much coverage you need.

Here is a list of the five hair top pieces and some of their features. There are different price ranges and styles, so you’ll be able to find the perfect one to fit your needs!

Heat Resistant Hair Topper

 

 

The easiPart HD 12" Synthetic Hair Topper clips into your hair in seconds for quick, beautiful coverage, and is 12 inches in length, making it perfect for shorter hair styles. It conceals thin hair at the part and along the sides, giving you an undetectable blend to your natural hair. We love that this wig can be styled with a curling iron or flat iron up to 350° [180°C], creating a full and bouncy head of hair. It's so pretty, you'll be radiating confidence all day long!

Va-Va-Volume!

If you’re looking for full coverage at the top and front of your hair, this is a great choice for you, as this topper blends into your existing hair or bangs for a seamless look. Full, voluptuous volume is what you’ll get with this hair topper, and it's great for extra-long or gray hair! Raquel Welch wigs always give you top style and quality. So get ready to be chic and stunning in a flash!

For a fresh and fabulous mid-length haircut, this Jon Renau Top Notch hair topper may be what you’re looking for...

 

It clips into the crown of your head, where some women need it most, and is about 8-10 inches in length. It’s also lightweight and natural-looking, with a double monofilament top that allows for multi-directional parting and superior comfort. This piece is also ready-to-wear, making it perfect for the busy holiday season.

If it’s a short cut and easy clip-in solution you’re looking for, Sonata by Raquel Welch is the answer.

Designed for coverage for the entire top of the head to conceal advanced hair loss or simply make styling a cinch, this adorable topper will give you peace of mind when trying to minimize the appearance of hair loss and maximize the fullness you’re missing. Just clip it in and style, and you're on your way!

Lovely Length

For long, luxurious hair, check out this Jon Renau Top Style 18” Synthetic Hair Topper

 

Thinning hair doesn’t have to mean short hair! If you love long, flowing locks, you can keep them with help from this ready-to-wear piece. At 18 inches in length, you’ll be able to show off the gorgeous long tresses that you love. Just clip it into the hair at the crown of your head, style, and go. We just know you're going to love this oh-so-luscious hair that keeps rocking all day! Now you can have the long, thick hair you miss or never had, but always wanted. 

Regardless of how women experience hair loss, it’s good to know we don’t have to settle for thinning hair any longer!

We want to know what works best for you! Tell us your hair loss coverage secret in the comments below.

2 comments

  • Wanda Miller: November 26, 2018

    Biotin is a great way to grow back hair I also use hair max light system to grow my hair back in five weeks three times a week. Now I am complaining about the little hairs all over my head feels like something is crawling around

    my head. Yeah I am lucky for that feeling., It only cost $99.00 and it is well worth the time 15 minutes three times a week.
    Wanda email me at miller_2885@yahoo.com

  • Judith Harvell: November 19, 2018

    My hair loss now is to the point that I do not have enough hair to clip to or hold hair piece with bobbi pins. I hate the thought of a full wig. I am 82 years old and need something fitting for the age and graying. It would appear that a wig is my only choice. Hair loss around back of head requires hair to hang down to cover bald areas.
    Please advise what you feel best if all this makes sense.
    Thanks for any help and suggestions you can give.
    Judith Harvell

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