Unless you’re dressing up for Halloween or cosplaying, most people want their wigs to look as beautiful and natural as possible. If you suffer from hair loss, you’ll also want any coverage to be completely undetectable.\n\nProduct shown is Affair by Ellen Wille\n\nOf course, natural-looking wigs can be hard to come by—no matter what type of wig you select, finding a wig that suits your skin tone, hairline, and style (not to mention budget!) can be a challenge. Read on to learn how to pick the wig that will look and feel the most natural on you!\n\nDo Human Hair Wigs Look Natural?\nHuman hair wigs have a reputation: just the name alone would suggest they’re the best way to go for a natural look. And they do look natural! Carrie Exclusive is a perfect example.\n\nProduct shown is Carrie Exclusive by Jon Renau\n\nWigs made of human hair have the same texture, weight, and feel of real hair. But human hair wigs can be expensive, and just like natural hair, require maintenance. If you don't have the time or patience to care for a wig like this, you might have trouble making human hair wigs work. Human hair wigs can be easily damaged by weather or excessive styling, and your selected hair color may fade quickly as a result.\n High quality synthetic wigs usually look almost as natural as human hair wigs—it just depends how much you’re willing to invest in your wig. Cheaper synthetic wigs can tend to have an unnatural shine and feel, and synthetic fibers generally have a shorter lifespan than human hair. Many synthetic wigs are also not heat friendly, which means you will be limited to the wig’s pre-determined style. So it’s up to you and your needs. Don’t choose the type of wig you think everyone wants: pick the wig that will make your life better and easier!\nAre Lace Front Wigs The Best?\nLace front wigs are worth the investment. They’re lightweight, comfortable, and virtually undetectable.\n \n\n \nProduct shown is Code Mono by Ellen Wille\nYou can wear them in almost any conditions. Lace front wigs are more flexible for styling: you get to choose your hairline and customize your part to your preferences. With a nearly invisible lace material holding the wig in place, the hair of your wig (when worn correctly) will always appear to be growing directly out of your scalp! And if your lace front wig is made of human hair, you can rest assured it will be an incredibly natural look on you. \nWhat Does Monofilament Mean in a Wig?\nDuring your wig search, you may have noticed the term “monofilament” used for a few wigs and wondered what it referred to. Monofilament wigs have a carefully designed cap that’s ideal for wig wearers who want to achieve a natural look.\n\nProduct shown is Shilo by Noriko\n\nThese wigs are made to last, with each strand uniquely tied or sewed in sections to the thin monofilament material to allow for natural, seamless movement while still preventing easy breakage or loosened strands. Flexible to your needs, monofilament wigs can also be crafted using human or synthetic hair. Just make sure to treat the monofilament part of your wig with care—the material is delicate, but the best to ensure you can achieve that natural look!\nWhat's your favorite natural-looking wig? Tell us which wig makes you feel flawless in the comments!