Yes! All of our wigs are Lace Front, with the exception of bang units. Wigs with bangs are NOT Lace Front, unless specified otherwise.
We are slowly introducing Lace Front bang units and they will be specified in the product description.
Luxe is our luxurious wig line. Luxe wigs will have large free parting space (13x6 - 13x4), an added band for fit, and Futura Fiber. They are of the highest quality that we offer.
Standard wigs are still great! The difference is that our standard wigs have fixed parts or small free parting space, no added band (with a few exceptions), and some are not Futura Fiber. Although, we are working on getting all of our standard wigs in Futura Fiber!
Should you get a Luxe as a beginner? We recommend our Standard wigs as a beginner, as they are more beginner friendly and easier to put on!
You may notice that in some of our product descriptions they say 'Futura Fiber'.
Futura Fiber is a type of synthetic fiber that is higher quality and softer that a typical synthetic fiber. Futura Fiber can also take higher levels of heat, therefore are easier to style.
Is this your first wig?
Choosing a color close to your natural hair is a good option to transition into wig wearing. Wigs are also meant to be fun, so trying a color that has always been your hair goals is a fun option. I choose wigs based on ease, I prefer to cut the lace and go. Some wigs will need a little more finessing to get them exactly how you want them, but for the most part we try to make them super user friendly.
What length do you want?
All wigs range from short, medium, to long. You can pick one similar to your natural hair length or try something new!
A: Most of our wigs are available in average size, which means they fit heads 21 ½ to 22 ½ inches in circumference. The wigs have adjustable straps and stretch so they can be adjusted.
We recommend measuring your head circumference to determine if you should get regular or petite.
Wigs range in thickness, aka density. Natural hair is 110-130%. and wigs range from 130-150%, 150% being the thickest. We suggest going with a 130% density wig, if you are new to wearing wigs, since this will be closer to the density of your natural hair.
*Each wig in the description will specify density.
This varies from person to person. We recommend using a Wig Grip or Wig Grip Combination. Utilizing the combs and adjustable straps are also great for making sure your wig stays on.
Although you do not have to use glue, I personally don't, you can use wig glue for a strong all day hold.
Wig care FAQ
A: The best way to store a wig is to hang it or place it on a styrofoam mannequin head. If you are traveling with your wigs, we suggest either a wig travel bag or the silk bag that you received your wig in.
A: Wash and condition your wigs every 15-25 times you wear it to keep it looking soft and natural. This time will vary based on if you are putting any products in your wig or wearing any makeup. You will be able to tell when it’s time for your wig to get a bath, just like you can with hair. Over washing can cause damage to your wig too. Use a gentle laundry detergent or synthetic wig shampoo and wig conditioner or fabric softener. After washing, we suggest using some type of wig conditioning spray.
Shampoo Directions: Fill a basin with COLD WATER. Put one pump of shampoo into the basin. Put your wig into the water and swish gently. Wash one minute or less; then rinse well with COLD WATER. For best results, follow with a conditioner for synthetic wigs or fabric softener.
The average life, with proper care, is typically 3-6 months to a year. I have personally had some for longer, but it is all about preventive care.
Make sure you are not over brushing your wigs. You want to use a wig brush on your wigs and with more curly wigs, try to use a wide tooth comb.
Always try to pull your wigs off the nape of your neck to help prevent friction. The heat from your neck can cause matting, so pulling the hair forward helps prevent this.
Using proper wig care will help your wigs last a long time!
Absolutely you can! You can do updos, braids, and use heat tools. We recommend CAUTION with heat tools, as they can melt your wig. If you do use heat tools, start at the lowest temperature.
You can also cut your wig however you like. Add some bangs, or make it shorter to your liking!