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1. The basic understanding to select your wigs
  The most popular categories are represented in the following table to help you find the right style.
Popular Wigs Style Category
Fiber Length Cap SizeHair TextureHair Style Cap Construction
Human hairShort Petite Straight Bobs Machine Made
Synthetic Medium Average Wavy Pixies & BoycutsMonofilament Top
  Long Large Curly Layered Lace Front
       With Bangs All Hand-Tied
       Without Bangs  
  The differences between human hair and synthetic fiber.
Human Hair
– The most natural look & feel
– Very durable - can last over a year with proper care
– Requires more styling - especially after washing
– Typically more expensive than synthetic hair
Synthetic Fiber
– Higher quality synthetic offer a look and feel quite similar to human hair
– Less durable than human hair (3-5 months with proper care)
– Limited styling versatility
– Typically more affordable than human hair
  The Cap Contruction.
*  We recommand below figures as a guide only. Cap construction may vary according to brands.
• Machine-Made • Monofilament Top
Regular Cap Monofilament makes a see-through
scalp for natural looking
• Lace Front • All Hand-Tied
Lace front hairline makes
a more natural look.
Natural, Comfortable
and a perfect fit
  Determining your wig styles
*  Below categorized hair styles are for a guide only.
BobsPixies & BoycutsLayered
With BangsWithout Bangs
2. Choosing your color
  We highly recommend color rings (Color Swatches) to determine your color.
  Color availability varies depending on the style you select.
3. Considerations according to your facial shape
The ideal facial shape is an oval. It has no dominant area and looks very harmonious because the face is evenly balanced. Consequently, oval faces look good with almost any hairstyles.
Combing height in the top and crown sections, when possible, tends to diminish some of the roundness. Long, wispy side areas help to make the cheeks look narrow. Combing the hair close to the head on the side and nape sections also helps.
Combing the hair off the forehead and adding height at the top creates an oval illusion for the face. Curly texture and wisps of hair around the sides of the face break the wide straight lines common to the square face.
Combing the hair to add width from eye level through the crown of the head is helpful. Hair in the side and nape sections should be set and combed in a pattern close to the head.
To remedy the heart shape face, some hair is brought onto the forehead to reduce the area across it. A pageboy-type style is good for the lower sides of the face. With such a style, the hair is close to the head at the eyes, where narrowness is needed, but the hair is slightly full torward the face around the jaw, and below and in front of the earlobes, where width is needed.
To achive an attractive oval look, fullness or width is needed in the forehead hairline and lower cheekbone areas of the face. Fullness is not needed in the area of the upper cheekbones, so the hair should be styled close to the head in the area. The hair should be styled with fringe or bang to disguise the narrow forehead and with fullness around the jawbone to complete the oval illusion.
A fringe or half-bang across the forehead should be accompanied by soft waves or curls in the crown and nape areas. This flatters the face and neck by creating the oval illusion.