What Material Should I Choose?
At Headcovers, we offer four main types of wigs for women: synthetic, heat-friendly synthetic, human hair, and remy-human hair. The material of your wig affects how you can style it, as well as the price, care instructions, and lifespan of the product. While synthetic is easier to maintain, real hair offers coverage that is virtually indistinguishable to the wearer as well as the observer. In other words, it feels just as authentic as it looks.
Human hair wigs and heat-friendly synthetic hair are beloved by women for their flexibility when it comes to styling. These wigs can withstand heat tools so you can curl or straighten to your heart’s content. But if that’s not a priority for you - if, in fact, you’d rather your wig maintained its predetermined shape forever - then opt for a basic synthetic. Thanks to technology today, synthetics have a super realistic appearance, too.
See our Synthetic vs. Human Hair cheat sheet to learn more. And remember that at Headcovers we take pride in vetting each and every female wig for top notch quality. So really, it’s hard to go wrong.
What is a Cap Type and Why Does it Matter?
If this is your first time buying a wig, there’s going to be some terminology you’re unfamiliar with, and we’re guessing that “cap type” might fit that bill. Allow us to explain.
The cap of a wig is basically the headpiece that the hair is attached to. At Headcovers, our women’s wigs for sale fall into four categories - classic, monofilament, lace front, or hand tied. Generally, wigs for women get more expensive as you progress through that list due to how intricate the hair attachment method is. For example, constructing a hand tied wig involves knotting each individual hair to the cap, by hand, to achieve the most realistic-looking movement and drape.
Learn more about Different Types of Wigs to find out which cap type will be best for your budget and aesthetic needs.
How to Select a Wig Color
We offer four ways to match your target color when buying a wig online. First, if you happen to have a lock of your natural hair, send us a swatch in the mail. Our expert cosmetologist will match the shade to whichever wig you’ve ordered. Another option is to email us a photo of your natural hair so that we can contact you with our recommendations. If, on the other hand,