Hairpiece-A hairpiece is a partial wig that can be utilized to cover baldness in men or in women. A hairpiece is the same as a toupee, however the term toupee seems to carry a social stigma and has been somewhat abandoned by users, manufacturers and advertisers. A hairpiece is a snug option for individuals who prefer to conceal balding or thinning hair. Dozens of manufacturers offer hairpieces that combine with native hair to make the hairpiece virtually undetectable. Although lower quality hairpieces are held in place with elastic, realistic hairpieces are secured to the scalp with glue and act exactly like natural hair.
2. Wiglet-A wiglet is a small hairpiece that women can use to boost their existing hairstyle, conceal a thin patch, or add body to hair typically. The wiglet is a patch held in place by several clips which can be attached to the hairpiece. Many styles have a perforated base, which ventilates the hairpiece and makes it more comfortable to wear. Natural hair will be pulled through the perforations to provide the hairpiece a practical appearance in addition to to hold it in place more securely.
3. 3/4 Cap-Such a wig can also be called a half wig or express weave. The hairpiece is built to blend in with the wearer’s natural hair rather than cover your entire scalp. A 3/4 cap integrates with the present hairline, making a seamless look.
4. Falls-Falls are a cap that combines with a woman’s natural hair to present length, body and fullness. The hairpiece contains combs or clips that secure it into the prevailing style behind the ears, and it’s fitted over the back of the scalp to the nape of the neck. Like a 3/4 cap, falls add to the back of the hair; the wearer styles the natural hair on the hairline to her preference.
5. Lace Front Wig-Lace front wigs are essentially the most expensive type of wig. High quality strands (usually human hair) are tied by hand to a sturdy base with a front made out of fine flesh-colored lace. The lace front conceals the wig at the hairline, where it’s most visible. Lace front wigs are usually glued to the scalp so the wearer has the freedom to perform activities like exercise or swimming without worrying that the wig could come off.