5 Things To Consider As A First Time Wig Wearer

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There are a million reasons why one may choose to venture into the wig life. If it isn’t the broad variety of hairstyles, wigs are good for protecting your hair underneath. They keep the hair tucked in and safe from manipulation or other forms of damage. Beyond all, wearing wigs is a way to change your appearance entirely, providing self-confidence to many women.

Wearing a wig for the first time can be quite scary. Just like with anything else hair-related, wigs can backfire completely. With that said, it’s important that you do as much research as you possibly can before purchasing a wig.

Here are 5 things that you should consider as a first-time wig-wearer.

1. Decide between a synthetic or human hair wig

There are many types of wigs, and one of the main classifications is by the way that it is made. Human hair is made from real hair such as Indian hair, Mongolian, European, etc. Each hair type is different in texture and thickness. On the other hand, synthetic hair is chemically processed hair. The fake hair strands are made out of man-made fibres like acrylic or nylon. The fibres are put through various chemical processes to give them a similar look, feel, colour, and styling capability as human hair.

Human hair is considered better because it comes in a variety of textures, has a more natural look, and lasts longer. Synthetic hair on the other hand is more beneficial because of the ability to hold a certain style no matter the conditions. So even if it’s humid out, it won’t go flat or frizzy.

2. Budget

Wigs can be quite expensive. You also need to know that there are many types of wigs including synthetic, human hair, or semi-human hair. With that said, you need to set aside enough money for the right quality of wigs. Be sure to also purchase from a credible source. If you are on a budget you are better off with a synthetic wig which is relatively cheaper and then saves up for a human hair one.

3. Choose the shade carefully

When selecting a wig, ensure that it blends well with your skin complexion. This would be most accurately tested by actually trying on the wig. You can also do research or follow people with similar skin colour to yours. A lot of people buy wigs without considering the colour, and they end up with a shade that doesn’t suit them well. Alternatively, you can get a wig that you can colour as well as it will allow you to change shades whenever you like.

4. Choose the length of the wig carefully

Wigs come in a variety of different lengths. This is definitely something that you want to consider as a first-time wig-wearer. If you want to start off with a laid-back look, then perhaps consider shoulder-length styles. If you are looking to go full-on experimental then you may opt for longer, fuller wigs.

Another thing is that if you are going for a long hair wig during the hot season, then you are going to run into trouble. Because of the hot weather, the wig will be extremely uncomfortable, and you will regret your decision. So, if it is hot out there, then you better stick with the shorter length.

5. Consider the maintenance of the wig

The wig life may look all rosy, but you still need to maintain your wigs. This may entail spending more money on tools such as glue, or even flat irons and blow-dry. You will need wig caps and products to maintain the overall look of the wig. Just like your natural hair, you will need to take good care of your wig by moisturizing it with hair serum or washing it every now and then if you want it to last longer.

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