Wigs: Your Guide to Knowing Everything

Cancer treatments, whether chemotherapy or radiation, can lead to hair loss. To counter this and restore femininity, many women decide to wear wigs. So we thought you might like our little guide on that! Where to buy your wig? What is the expected price? any help? How to put it? We explain everything to you.

What are the different types of wigs?

The differences between the two types of wigs are price, longevity, and ease of maintenance. Synthetic wigs are easy to maintain and cheap…but they are generally not comfortable and not “real”. Access here and learn how to care for your wig!

How much does a wig cost?

Wigs are the most expensive equipment. However, its price varies according to several parameters: the material used by the wig pattern (handmade or mechanically assembled?).

As an indication, the price of synthetic wigs varies between 125 and 600 euros, while for wigs with natural hair, if handmade and personalized, it is necessary to count between 500 and several thousand euros.

Is your wig natural hair or synthetic?

Kameymall human hair wigs are not expensive, but as the name implies, they look great. Therefore, they need more care than other wigs. They need to be washed more often and need to be shredded after each shampoo. As you use your real hair! Dyed hair can also be weak, as this type of wig mainly causes oxidation.

 Synthetic wigs have no control over the setting, wash a little more often, and do not require styling. On the other hand, you will need to have a wig with pre-cut color that can not be painted later. You can choose the option closest to your needs, desires, and … budget.

What supports your wig?

Social Security costs a wig (note: must be registered with you and your doctor) up to € 125 (i.e. the cheapest wig design), regardless of the amount you pay. This service can be paid twice a year if needed (this allows you to change if needed).

Your additional insurance may pay you for the other part, but the cost varies greatly (their assistance may cover up to one to six times the health insurance coverage). Therefore, we recommend that you check your health insurance fund before buying a wig to see how much they can offer you in addition to community safety assistance and prevent any inconvenient incidents!

How to put on a wig?

Putting on a wig can be a little tricky at first, even if the clerk has already told you how. Here are some small steps that might work for you!

 Upstream: First, shake your wig to air it out and give it some volume. You can also massage your scalp with our scalp spray so you can wear your wig comfortably for a long time and avoid any possible itching!

 Step 1:Place it on the head, front to back on the skull. To make it easier, lean forward ;). When the top is four fingers away from your eyebrow, your prosthesis will be in place!

 Step 2:Make sure the support piece is positioned correctly on your temple. Flatten them.

 Step 3:Don’t hesitate to run your fingers through your new hair to complete the pose, leaving it curled! Taiping hair will lack a bit of naturalness.

 Good to know: Wearing a wig won’t stop your little hair from regrowing after stopping treatment

 How much hair do you want to have?

As you might infer from the options we gave you at the beginning, natural human hair wigs come in different densities. Interestingly, a higher density wig doesn’t necessarily mean more natural. Conversely, one of the reasons many hair systems can be detected is that they are too dense.

Ultralight 50% Density: Too light anyway.

  •         80% Optical Density: This density allows the scalp to shine through for a more natural look. Not recommended for people with severe hair loss.
  •         100% Light Medium Density: Also shows scalp. Works well without the loss of density of bald patches or severe hair loss.
  •         Medium Density, 120%: The density of almost everyone’s hair wigs today. The scalp is not allowed to be seen.
  •         Medium-Heavy Density, 140%: This density is only recommended for complete hair loss.
  •         160% Heavy Density: Ideal for everyday use, most commonly found in theater environments.
  •         Overweight Density, 180%: Too dense in any case, not recommended if you’re looking for naturalness.

Wig weight

Think about the clothes or heavy shoes you buy occasionally or keep in your closet, do you use them regularly? We dare not guess. When an item of clothing we wear is uncomfortable, we end up not wearing it or wearing it with disgust. The same goes for wigs.When buying natural wigs, which are usually heavier than synthetic wigs, pay attention to the weight. The weight of a short wig should not exceed 100 grams; the wound above the shoulder should be 150 grams, and the long wig should not exceed 200 grams. Remember: if you feel uncomfortable, you won’t end up using it.