Top 5 Gray Wigs for Spring

Top 5 Gray Wigs for Spring

There’s something so freeing and easy about embracing the gray hair look with a wig. Not only can you let your bio hair grow out the gray in the process, but you can customize the trend to fit your style. And the best thing about a gray wig is you can rock it at any age! So think about it like this – if you don't want to spend hours in a salon with up to two or three separate visits, double processing your bio hair platinum to get a smoky gray look, you can choose a wig instead. It’s that easy! 

There are many different styles of gray wigs: sleek, curly, straight, and voluminous. In addition, you can try the ombré style with a gradient dark to light look or a light golden gray perfect for spring.

We’ve narrowed down five great gray wigs for spring.

  1. Wish by Ellen Wille in Pearl Gray Mix  

Wish by Ellen Wille allows you to dip a toe into the gray wig pond without taking a full dive. This human-hair wig offers subtle golden gray tones with a mix of gray and golden chestnut for a look that blends light and gray perfectly. The curly bob-style wig provides a  laid-back, chic vibe and is easy to wear. It features a 100% hand-tied cap, monofilament base, lace front hairline, and silicone grips over the top, ear tabs, and across the crown for extra security. 


  1. Cheyenne by Rene of Paris in Smoky Gray R

Suppose you’re looking to don that sleek, smoky ombré trend. This is your wig. Cheyenne has a dark root that graduates to medium gray color with silver highlights and deep blue undertones. This synthetic shoulder-length wig features a blunt cut, making it fierce and modern. Yet, it looks as natural as possible with a bendable lace front and monofilament part. 


  1. Style Society by Raquel Welch in RL56/60

Loose waves and long layers add dimension to these gray tresses. This synthetic gray wig is blended with silver for a look that can shine according to the movement and style of your hair. Like most of the brand’s wigs, Style Society comes with a lace cap coated with flexible silicone that allows your scalp to breathe and secure the wig. The temple-to-temple lace front provides an undetectable hairline and allows you to style your wig away from your face with a headband, clip, or scarf. 


  1. Ignite by Jon Renau in 56F51

When it comes to going gray, this wig delivers. Shades of dark and light gray blend together nicely with chestnut and medium brown for a look that has depth and dimension. It earns extra points for the fierceness with its super sleek bob style that screams power woman. Since this wig is synthetic, the style will stay just as is. Of course, if you’re looking to add a soft curl or wave, heat tools are safe to use and will hold the look. The lace front provides the look of a natural hairline, and the open wefting in the cap creates better air ventilation for this wig, giving your scalp some coolness. 


  1. Sweet Talk by Gabor in GL44-66SS

Get moody grayish tones courtesy of Sweet Talk by Gabor. This short synthetic wig features a dark charcoal base with muted tones of medium gray and white highlights. With this style, you’ll get waves of gray, which boasts a beachy, unstructured curl, perfect for both day and nighttime looks. The lace front wig is natural-looking at the hairline and its monofilament part. The open wefted cap provides coolness for your scalp. 


Hi Carol,

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Do you have a store near Dallas I can come too. I need help personally I think. Thankbyou

Carol Hitt

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