Female hair loss. It’s a dirty little secret. It’s practically a four-letter word! But why all the shame? This is an incredibly common experience. It’s believed that 50% of women will experience some form of hair loss. It has so many possible causes too, like alopecia, hormonal issues, or even genetics. Hair loss can be an emotional loss as well as a physical one. Women experiencing hair loss find solace in covering their thinning hair with alternative hairpieces like toppers. Hair toppers are the perfect solution to cover hair thinning and hair loss. They clip onto the top of the head. As female hair loss typically occurs at the part, the top of head is the ideal place for coverage. With toppers, base size matters. It is important to determine the coverage you need or the density\/fullness you desire. Smaller toppers, as you can guess, provide less coverage and work best for those looking for a little coverage. Those looking for a little more to a lot more coverage will need a more ample hair topper. In order to get the best wearing experiencing you need to find a piece that suits your needs. You start by measuring the area of hair loss and then determine what toppers are best for you. At Wigs.com, we offer consultations with our Wig Experts; they provide knowledge and can walk you through the measuring process. To contact a Wig Expert please visit this link. If you’re looking to get a hair topper to help you with your hair loss, we’ve listed some of our best-sellers below. We also categorize them based on what stage of hair loss each is best suited for. \n\neasiPart HD XL by Jon Renau\n\nBest for those who need a little coverage \nThis Jon Renau topper is ideal for chin-length to mid-length hair, as it is a 12” topper. You can also get it in 8” or 18”. Heat-friendly synthetic fiber means you can style this topper along with your biological hair. You can get this topper in human hair fiber as well. This easiHair topper is best for those experiencing the beginning stages of hair loss, and looking for a little coverage. It may not provide enough coverage for more advanced hair loss. The hand-tied monofilament base measures 5" X 5.75"- 3". \nThe easiPart XL by Jon Renau also comes in human hair 8", 12", and 18".\n\nTop-Notch by Jon Renau\n\n Best for those who need a little more coverage \nTop-Notch is best for mid-length hair. It measures 8 to 10 inches in length. This synthetic topper is pre-styled and ready to wear out of the box. You would benefit from this topper if you are looking for a little more coverage. The double monofilament base measures 6.5 x 6.75". \n\nEffect by Ellen Wille \n\n Best for those who need a little more coverage \nIf you’d like a synthetic topper that you can heat-styled along with your own biological hair, you’ll love Effect made with Futura premium synthetic fiber. As for length, wear this with mid-length to long hair. It’s 12 inches. This topper measures 6.75" x 7” at the base. It works with those looking for a little more coverage. \n\nTop Billing by Raquel Welch\n\n Best for those who need a lot more coverage \nTop Billing comes in two sizes: 12” and 18”. These two toppers are about mid-length but could be customized for shorter hair. To better match your biological hair, this topper is heat-friendly and can be styled with heat tools. Because this topper has a large handmade monofilament base (6.5" x 6.5"), it will work for those looking for a lot more coverage. \n\nTop Style by Jon Renau \n\n\nBest for those who need a lot more coverage\nIf you love long tresses, this 18” topper works great with mid-length to long hair. Top Style provides a lot more coverage. It has a 9” monofilament base. This synthetic topper is ready-to-wear right out of the box, so it’s ready when you are! \nWhat has been your experience with hair loss and toppers? Let us know in the comments!