Women wear wigs for a variety of reasons. Women's are available in an endless array of styles and colors to suit either group of women, from very natural-looking Brazilian Hair
to outrageously artificial fantasy and party wigs.Choosing the wig that’s right for you can be confusing. There are 2 basic categories wigs fall into; synthetic wigs and 100% human hair wigs.
Which is right for you? Many women think that women’s Brazilian Curly Hair
will be more natural looking. They fear that "synthetic" wigs will, in fact, look synthetic. This is not true! Each type of wig has its own unique benefits.
Both synthetic and human hair wigs have their benefits. They are quite different, and only you know your needs and wants. Optimally, you can have a fashional Full Lace Front Wigs
to wear on important dates and with fancy looks, and then a synthetic wig that you can wear every day. Both types of wigs are great choices for different occasions.
1.Consider style length
As a rule, shorter styles are easiest to care for. Longer synthetic styles require a little more maintenance. A common mistake women make is choosing a style that's too long, which might not only be more work, but may overwhelm their features.
2.Consider your lifestyle
What does your typical day involve? Will you be wearing your wig every day, or only occasionally? These questions, as well as others concerning your work, recreational and social activity, may affect which style you choose. Be sure to keep your typical daily or weekly activities in mind as you try different wigs.
3.Customizing your style
Before wearing your wig for the first time, take it to your hairstylist and have them trim the bangs and sides to suit your face. If you plan on coloring a human hair wig, we recommend having your hairstylist do it.
4.Choose a color that flatters
Many women feel most comfortable selecting a shade that matches their natural hair color. To do so, we recommend looking at your hair and color samples together under natural light to determine which color most closely resembles your own.
On the other hand, you certainly don't have to choose a color identical to your own. Try going just a shade lighter or warmer than your natural color to brighten your features. You can also choose styles with highlights that feature a subtle blending of shades for added depth and dimension.
The goal is to find a shade that complements your skin tone and brings out your natural color. A mistake many women make is choosing a color that's too dark. When in doubt, go a shade lighter.