No matter what prompts you to start wearing wigs—whether it's to change your hairstyle, try a new hair color, covering up thinning hair, or for medical reasons— if you're just starting out, be sure to check out today's article for some tips and tricks for novice wig wearers.

tips and tricks for first time wig wearer

Choosing Wear Go Glueless Wig

Let's start with choosing the right type of wig. There are many options available, including lace front wigs, glueless lace wigs, headband wigs, and v part wigs. However, the glueless wear go wig is not only incredibly popular but also the most suitable option for beginners. Opting for a glueless wig can save you a lot of time, as they come with pre-bleached wig knots, a pre-plucked hairline, and pre-cut lace. Additionally, there are numerous colors and textures to choose from. This saves you time on learning how to install and customize the wig's hairline to make it look more natural.

tips and tricks for first time wig wearer

Look For Wig Length

Short length and medium length wigs are youthful and modern, while long length wigs carry a more feminine allure. For beginners, although short wigs are easy to maintain and lightweight, it's not advisable for first-time wig wearers to opt for short wigs. Short wigs tend to expose the weft part more easily. It's recommended to choose at least a medium or long length wig for your first wig-wearing experience.

Your Budget

Long hair wig is more expensive than short hair wig, with wig prices increasing as the hair length increases. High-density wigs are also pricier, and textured curly and wavy wigs are more expensive than straight wigs. Before purchasing a wig, it's crucial to calculate your maximum budget carefully. With the wide variety of wig options available, it's easy to end up buying a human hair wig that exceeds your budget.

Wig Shedding

Based on customer feedback and after-sales issues, it has been observed that the lace part of kinky curly wigs is more prone to hair shedding compared to straight wigs. This is because curly wigs are more prone to tangling, and improper brushing during the comb-through process can lead to hair shedding. To reduce hair shedding, it is essential to master the correct combing technique:

tips and tricks for first time wig wearer

①Comb through the wig gradually from the ends to the roots, gently.

②Regular combing helps reduce tangling. Do not wait until the tangles become severe before combing, as it will be more challenging to detangle.

Scalp Itches

Before wearing a wig, it's advisable to wash your hair and ensure your scalp is clean and refreshed to reduce the likelihood of scalp itching. If your scalp becomes itchy while wearing lace front human hair wig, it's best not to scratch it directly on the lace. Instead, gently pat the itchy area.

Wigs For Glasses Wearer

Do you wear glasses? Are you worried that wearing a wig might affect your comfort? Whether for daily wear or as a fashion accessory, it's important to consider this issue. The edge of the wig cap should be above the ears, creating some space above the ears to accommodate the legs of your glasses. This way, even with glasses on, the area around your ears won't feel uncomfortable.

tips and tricks for first time wig wearer

Wigfever's glueless wear go wig caps are designed with a C-shape design around the ear area. Girls who wear glasses don't need to worry when choosing a wig. Even if worn all day, the area around the ears won't feel painful.

Confidence Is Key

Now that you've learned these tips and tricks, you're ready to shop for a wig. Wigfever offers a wide range of human hair wigs, so there's definitely one that meets your needs. Lastly, when wearing a wig, be confident. Don't worry about others judging you or noticing that you're wearing a wig. It's no big deal—it's just a decision to change your hairstyle, or something else.

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