How to finished wigs
Wig cap construction
A lace front wig has a lace panel only at the front of the wig, typically extending from ear to ear. The rest of the wig cap is made of a different material such as a wefted or machine sewn base. It provides a natural-looking hairline at the front and allows for different parting and styling options in the front section.
A monofilament wig is constructed using a soft and breathable material called monofilament. The sheer material allows for the scalp to show through, which gives a realistic appearance. It also allows for natural looking movement and parting as well as a very comfortable wearing.
A full lace wig is constructed entirely with a lace cap, which means that the entire base of the wig is made of lace. The strands of hair are individually hand-tied to the lace. It offers the most coverage since the entire cap is made of lace. The lace cap allows for free parting and styling in any direction, making it more versatile for different hairstyles and looks, including updos and ponytails.
Constructed with a layer of silk material at the top of the base, a silk top wig creates the most realistic and natural-looking scalp. Using advanced techniques, the hair knots are made to be 100% invisible, giving the silk top area the look that the hair is actually grown from your own scalp as the hair root knots are hidden under the silk base.
You can choose from 130%, 150% (standard option), 180%, 200%. The more number of hair you need the higher the density.
Remy (standard option), Virgin.
The lace area allows for different parting options freely on styling. However, you may also specify a particular fixed parting (left, right or center) if you want.
Cap Size: Medium (22"-23" default), Large (23"-24"), Customization (Your own measurement)
Lace Type: Regular Soft Lace, HD lace
Lace Color: Nude, Dark
Click on this “color page” to see different colors available (color page: show different colors with links to our listing to see what they look like in photos for reference)
You may submit photos of the style you want for customization
How to wear and maintenance
Here is a general guide on how to wear a hair topper:
- Prepare your hair: Start by preparing your hair by brushing it out and creating a smooth base. If you have longer hair, you may want to consider pulling it back into a low ponytail to create a flatter base.
- Secure the topper: Place the topper on your head and position it over the area of hair loss or thinning. Use clips or combs to secure the topper to your natural hair.
- Blend the topper: Once the topper is secured, blend it with your natural hair to create a seamless look. Use a fine-tooth comb to gently tease your natural hair and blend it with the topper. Style it the way you want just like it's your own hair.
Maintenance & Care
- Run the fiber with fingers gently and thoroughly.
- Add one tablespoon of mild shampoo to a sink filled with cold water.
- Put the wig into the water for one minute and wash it gently.
- Rinse well in cold water for a few times or until thoroughly rinsed.
- Shake it out carefully and dry the wig with a towel. Let the wig dry in a natural way.
- Do not use curling iron or straightening irons to style the wig unless specified with heat resistant fiber.
- Do not style the wig until it is completely dry.
- Hair setting is not necessary since the curls will be back into their natural form when hair is completely dry.
- To maintain its natural texture, minimize constant brushing and pulling of hair.
Below is the estimated price range for different options for toppers: