Non surgical hair replacement is an exciting option for those that suffer with heavy alopecia and wish to regain the appearance of having a full mop of hair without surgery. While there are some stupendously natural hairpieces being made today, most baldness buyers have no idea what to go looking for when buying a hairpiece.
It is vital for the alopecia consumer to be conscious of a few issues before considering getting a hairpiece.
Regardless of what they may be called – Hair system, toupees, strand-by-strand insertion systems, hairpieces, etc they mean the same. However, the quality of the hairpieces might vastly differ.
At HairShoppe we select only the best of hairpieces that is guaranteed to give you the most natural look and feel.
The Hair System Base: The base of the hair system is the basis of the hair piece in which the hair is either tied or injected.
Hair systems usually use two materials to make the bases, either polymers or meshes or a mixture.
Mesh: Fabric Mesh fabrics are usually made from polyester or nylon and are generally utilized to form the fine hairline of a very good product.
In some cases, they’re used throughout the whole system, which supplies an incredibly natural, life like appearance.
Pros : Provides natural and invisible hairline Extraordinarily light weight, cool and cosy to wear.
Cons : Costlier More fragile and less sturdy React with body acids leading to early degrading and other damage. Must get replaced more often.
Polymers: Polymers are made of either silicone or polyurethane and are used to form a material that mimics the appearance of skin or scalp. However, they usually do not allow air to pass through and we do not recommend hair bases made with polymers.
Pros : Can be much cheaper and durable
Cons : Can be very hot an unpleasant to wear. Unless the hairline is formed of lace, a less natural or even synthetic appearance.
The Hair In The Hairpiece: The best hairpieces are custom made out of excellent-quality human hair matched to the hair of the customer. This matching incorporates the color, texture, nature of curl or wave, or straightness, as well as hair density ( thickness ). The hairs of cheaper hairpieces may either be made from a moderate-quality human hair, animal hair, or synthesised fibers. Most dear and mid-priced hairpieces are made of Western european hair that once grew naturally in a good variety of colours, textures, densities, and levels of curl, wave, or straightness.
The least dear hairpieces are made of dark, straight Asian hair which has been dyed or bleached. Though Asian hair is extremely powerful, the coloring processes make it fragile and dry, so it breaks easily, and these hairpieces start to look fuzzy extremely quickly and must be replaced at frequent intervals. Human hair is fragile, so even the most costly and expertly made hairpiece requires frequent upkeep and should be replaced after time. Attaching the Hairpiece bear in mind that the way in which you attach your hairpiece will really affect the hair that might be without delay under it or opposite to it. A hairpiece can accelerate alopecia on the part of your head without delay beneath it. Particularly those hairpieces that are fastened by bonding, a strong glue sort of adhesive, or are fastened by the weaving process.
Clips cause nominal baldness.
Semi-permanent Attached Hairpieces: Hairpieces that are semi-permanently attached are not engineered to be removed except by a hair technician or stylist, typically once each 4 – 6 weeks. Usually, they are hitched to the scalp by the utilising of assorted liquid adhesives.
The hair replacement industry has given this process many names in an effort to better market their product. Names like poly fuse ; nautralbond, polybond, just plain bonding and so on. Are all the same name for gluing a hairpiece on your head.
Temporarily Attached Hairpieces: Double-sided tapes are used to attach the hairpiece. This is a straightforward sort of attachment, and you can remove it any time your need and then reattach it. It can, nonetheless leave a sticky residue on your scalp and on the bottom of the hairpiece, which you’ll need to wash off.
The tape can come unglued when you sweat heavily, and swimming might loosen the tape also.
Clip Attachment: Metal clips that are securely attached to the underside of the hairpiece fasten to your own hair that’s either under or adjacent to the hairpiece. These are secure but very easy to remove, just like tape attachment.
Hairpieces are the most popular method of hair replacement, but the cost and appearance of any given hair piece varies widely based on the materials used and the level of craftsmanship in their creation.