Working With Your Stylist To Find Hair Pieces
Every woman is going to experience and process any hair loss differently. Some women may even go their entire lives without needing to worry about hair loss. However, for those who do need to deal with any type of hair loss, there are number of solutions available that still let them experience the benefits of a full head of hair. One of the most popular options (that has actually gotten better with time) is investing in a quality hair piece.
Choosing The Best Hair Pieces
However you want to go about it is entirely up to you, but there are a few things that any women should keep in mind when looking at the different options available to them. There isn’t a “right” way to find or choose hair pieces, but one of the first (and best things) you can do is consult with a stylist at your favorite salon!
Have a Stylist Show You Some Possibilities
If you’ve been going to the same salon for a few years, it’s probably because you’ve built up a certain level of trust with a single or multiple stylists. The trust likely refers to not only the way that they style your hair, but also in terms of any advice they offer regarding your look. This makes them an ideal avenue to start exploring different types of hair pieces out there. The odds are that the salon probably carries them, or can at least order them from more reputable providers. Quality needs to be one of the first things you look out for. You’re better off going through them than you are just picking up something from a large retail store that has them available in a variety of styles (but not high quality).
What Type Of Hair Do You Want?
There are typically going to be two different types of pieces available, those made from synthetic hair and those made from 100% cuticle intact Remy human hair. It might be off-putting for some people to wear something that has someone else’s hair, but the way they’re made makes them feel entirely like your own. Human hair pieces are going to appear more nature, and the hair itself has a bit more flexibility in styling than you’d get with synthetic hair. In terms of how long either of them last, that’s going to be mostly depend on how well you care for them. Traditional human hair pieces can last anywhere between 6 months and a year if treated properly. You can talk to your stylist about best practices for cleaning and maintenance.
Pick A Color That Suits You
Another big decision regarding the hair piece is going to be which color you want. Now, for most people, they probably won’t venture too far from their natural hair color, However, if you are getting a hair piece, it’s a great opportunity to maybe mix things up a bit without needing to use any chemicals and potentially damage the hair you have left. Again, this is a great conversation to have with your stylist when it comes to exploring various possibilities and deciding on a look that really works well for you.