For women with thinning hair, one of the most common problems is the use of human hair wigs. The average woman with fine or thinning hair would like to change her look, but she doesn't have enough money to buy a real wig. So they resort to buying a do-it-yourself (DIY) human hair wig, hoping that it will give them the look they want.
It's true, there are inexpensive do-it-yourself human hair wigs available. However, that does not mean that they look natural. Unless you are willing to pay a lot of money for a do-it-yourself human hair wig, or unless you plan on doing it yourself, you will want to look at more expensive products that are made of real human hair. Here are some of the major differences between synthetic and real hair wigs.
Quality Of Real Hair - The quality of human hair is much better than that of synthetic. Synthetic hair often falls out, which makes it a poor choice for those who need frequent washings.
Also, when the hairs are pulled from the human hair wigs, the fiber can split and it can easily tear easily, especially if the wigs are too tight or too loose on the head. Synthetic fibers can also break easily, which is not good if you're going to be wearing it constantly.
Synthetic wigs are usually lower in price than human hair wigs, but you can still find higher quality synthetic wigs. In fact, if you know where to look, you can even find very high quality synthetic wigs that are manufactured from ultra-thin fibers that are truly able to replicate the hair's natural properties. As with all hair wigs, however, you should always be sure to follow the manufacturer's instructions, which should include washing and conditioning of the hair to make sure that it's healthy and shiny.
Quality Of Gel - Another difference between human and synthetic hair is how the gel is applied and handled, as well as how thick it is in the middle of the hair shaft. This is why people often choose to go with a human hair wig, as it makes a tremendous difference in the way that the wig looks and feels on the head.
Because of this, it is important to choose a human hair wig that is made from a light-weight breathable gel that can provide support to the head, without causing hair breakage. This is critical for do-it-yourself human hair wigs because you want to be able to wear the wig without a great deal of tension, and without the hair breaking off in places where it shouldn't. There are many types of gel, so it's a good idea to select one that fits your needs, regardless of whether it's Ultralight Gel or Manuka Gel that you're looking for.
Other Differences - Some of the other key differences between human hair wigs and other kinds of wigs include the fibers used, the variety of colors available, and the type of style. Wigs come in many different styles and colors, and these are the main things that you should consider when deciding which kind of human hair wig is right for you.
Color - There are three main types of color used in human hair wigs. Natural color is the color of the hair itself, while natural highlighting, which is also sometimes referred to as basic color, can be selected. In addition, there are also Premium Color, which are different light-colored hair color, and there is Platinum Blend Color, which is the same as the basic color, but with a hint of pink or bronze.
Dye - When selecting a human hair wig, you should be aware that the best hair coloring can only be done with dyes that are specifically made for hair wigs. You should choose a dye that has the ability to match your skin tone, and which is safe for all skin types
Hair Styles - Each style of human hair wig comes in a wide variety of styles, including straight, curly, crimpy, side-swept, kinky, kinky/plaitchy, wavy, and wavy. You can also select any combination of styles from these as well as any hair length of hair that you want. If you prefer the traditional look, or a natural look, you should take into consideration the lengths of your hair, and the styles that you want.