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If you're about to embark on wearing wigs, you may be wondering what are the best wigs for beginners.   Then, with so many types of wigs on the market, it can be overwhelming to decide which one is right for you. Don’t worry – we’ve got you covered! Here are the best types of wigs for beginners that you should consider.

Synthetic Wigs

If you’re just starting out with wigs, synthetic wigs are a great option. They’re relatively inexpensive and come in a variety of styles, lengths, and colors. Synthetic wigs are made from synthetic fibers, so they’re often easier to style and maintain than human hair wigs. They’re also more resistant to damage from heat and styling products, making them an ideal choice for those who want to explore different hairstyles without damaging their hair. However, synthetic wigs tend to be less durable than human hair wigs, so they may need to be replaced more often.

Cinch | Short Synthetic Wig (Basic Cap) - $142.99

 

Cinch by Raquel Welch | short-synthetic-wig-basic-cap-

 

 

Lace Front Wigs

Lace front wigs are another great option for beginners. These wigs are made with a sheer lace cap that is used to mimic a natural hairline. This type of wig is great for those who want a more natural look and feel.  Take a look at this lace front to see just how natural the hairline is on a lace front wig:

TREND ALERT by Gabor-$276.99- $284.99
 
Trend Alert | Synthetic Lace Front Wig (Mono Part)

The downside is that lace front wigs are more expensive than other types of wigs, so they may not be the best choice for those on a budget.

Human Hair Wigs

If you’re looking for a more realistic wig that can be styled and customized, then human hair wigs are the way to go. Human hair wigs are made from real human hair and can be dyed, curled, and styled just like your own hair. They also tend to be more durable than synthetic wigs, so they can last for years with proper care. The downside is that human hair wigs are more expensive than synthetic wigs.  Also, Human Hair Wigs need to be restyled after each wash.

Monofilament Wigs

Monofilament wigs are a great choice for those who want a natural-looking wig with a realistic scalp appearance. These wigs are made with a fine, breathable monofilament fabric that mimics the look of natural hair growth in that area. Mono Part wigs are hand-tied at that part.  Full Mono means the whole top is hand tied.  This type of wig is great for those who want a more realistic look and you can have a specific part.  The more detail in how a wig is constructed takes longer to make and increases the cost compared to a basic cap construction. 

Gilda Mono | Synthetic Lace Front Wig (Mono Top) - $433.99

 

Gilda Mono | Synthetic Lace Front Wig | Mono-Top

 

 Conclusion

No matter your budget or style preference, there is a type of wig out there that is perfect for you! Synthetic wigs are great for those on a budget, while lace front wigs offer a more natural look and feel. Human hair wigs are the most realistic option, and monofilament wigs are great for those who want a more natural scalp appearance. So, when you’re shopping for a wig, be sure to consider all of your options and pick the type that works best for you!

Still, have questions?  Then contact Dana directly for any questions you may have or to schedule a private consultation.  Contact Dana here! 

Blog Post Written By:

Dana Marie

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