How to choose your first wig for beginners

In the past, wigs were exclusive products for people with baldness and hair loss. But now wigs have become a fashion item. Millions of people wear wigs every day to make themselves more beautiful. Wearing wigs is healthier than dyeing their hair.
Buying your first wig can be a daunting process. But don’t worry, don’t be afraid! Wigs have improved significantly over the years to blend seamlessly with the scalp and facial features for a natural and comfortable look. If you don’t know how to choose a wig, follow these 7 steps to choose a wig easily!

Step 1 Your head circumference

Accurately measure your head circumference and choose a wig cap that fits your size.
Line up the tape measure with the other end of your hairline from the front of your hairline, behind your ear to the nape of your neck and then to your other ear.

Step 2 What is your face shape

When choosing a wig style, your personal preference should not be your priority. Instead, you should carefully consider which wig type will best suit your face shape.
Even though you may prefer a certain wig style, the most important thing to remember is which wig will best make your head and face look more flattering.
This will help you determine the length, texture, and overall style of the wig you want to choose. Here are the different face shapes and styles that look best on each one.

Step 3 Hair length

There are 3 lengths in total: short wig, medium-length wig, and long wig
Short wigs are suitable for certain places, or if you feel like your body is always hot.
The longer the wig (just like the longer your hair), the more heat it traps, and you're likely to feel warmer throughout the day. Short wigs are easier to maintain, dry faster, style faster, and cost less. (But the choice is yours, don’t let the money be what you want it to be.)
Short wigs are more suitable for everyone, but long wigs can be quite restrictive. If you are not tall, do not choose a wig that is too long as the proportions will look strange.

Step 4 Hair texture

Wavy: flowy and elastic, but not curly.
Curly hair: It feels good when heated and feels like it’s tight when it bounces.
Straight hair: as smooth as a waterfall

Step 5 Choose a wig that suits your look

Decide what you want to wear and then choose the makeup look you want to wear.

Step 6 Does it fit your mood

Human hair wigs look more natural and allow you to style your hair in different ways, including split ends. They can be cut short and shaped into the shape of your natural hair. They can be washed but take up to 24 hours to dry completely.
The look and feel of artificial wigs is not very natural. They require a special shampoo but should dry in about 6 hours. They are usually less expensive than natural wigs.
Generally we recommend using a human hair lace front wig instead of a synthetic wig as it is more natural and easy to wear, but it will depend on your budget and personal preference.

Step 7 Choose a wig that won't affect your daily life

Do you spend most of your time at a desk? Or do you lead a very active life, including sports? If you spend all day at a desk, then you may want to choose a synthetic wig or a heat-resistant synthetic wig. They won't last as long as a human wig, but you can enjoy a lower price because you won't be demanding of the wig. However, if you are more active, human hair and premium human hair and remy hair wigs may be better because they are the most durable.