Posted on July 07 2016
Women going through the beginning, mid/progressive, or advanced stages of hair loss have different and unique coverage needs.
Women in the beginning stage experience minimal hair loss that can be either temporary or permanent. Women’s hair loss usually begins in a diffused pattern on top of the head. At this stage, women with fine, thin hair may not need to resort to a full wig or hair system; a hair topper can successfully cover the areas with less density.
For women in the beginning stage of hair loss who are looking to add coverage and volume to the crown and back of the head, Jon Renau recommends our newest addition to our topper collection: easiCrown.
easiCrown’s base design is a fine mono base with a PU (Polyurethane) perimeter. The strategically placed clips create security while the contour gives this piece the ability to lie flat on your head and blend seamlessly into your hair.
This one-piece volumizer can be heat-styled to create any look. It is available in 12” & 18” lengths in both high heat synthetic fiber (HD fiber) and remy human hair.