Not signed in (Sign In)
Hallo Gast!
Willst du auch dazu beitragen? Wenn du schon einen Account hast, dann log dich jetzt ein oder erstell jetzt einfach einen Account
    Wigs are currently having a major renaissance in the fashion and beauty industries. Their use has been widespread among celebrities who attend events and need to quickly change their hairstyle for the red carpet because they do not cause any damage to their own hair. Wigs, on the other hand, are becoming increasingly popular outside of the world of celebrities (and, perhaps, your aunts), thanks to social media platforms such as Instagram, where talented hairstylists demonstrate their abilities to the general public. The styling of human hair wigs can be done in a variety of ways, and there are a variety of different kinds of wigs to style, just as there are a variety of different styles of wigs. It's entirely up to you whether you want full-lace wigs or synthetic units; the options are endless! Wigs are an extremely versatile and convenient option to consider for naturalistas who want to switch up their look without putting stress on their strands, or for those who want to try something new without making a commitment.As explained by Kellon Deryck, a hairstylist and the mastermind behind Cardi B's Coachella half-up, half-down style, these wigs allow you to change your hairstyle on a regular basis without damaging the integrity of your natural hair. This allows you to achieve a flawless appearance without having to press out your edges or color your hair on a regular basis.Wigs can be prohibitively expensive, especially in the long run. The good news is that there are well-made synthetic wigs that are far less expensive, sometimes costing as little as $100, though these are rare and necessitate a significant amount of investigation. After all is said and done, synthetic wigs are typically only good for a few months, or even less if they are worn on a regular basis. In contrast, human-hair wigs can be worn for several years if they are properly cared for and kept in good condition.These products are available at the majority of beauty supply stores and hair salons in the surrounding areaIn most cases, they are made of synthetic materials and are only available in a single size that can be adjusted to fit the wearer's headThey are also sold at a fixed costWhen it comes to those of us with limited disposable income, they are typically more affordable, with prices ranging from $20 to $400; however, based on my experience, the average price is $150Human hair is typically used in the construction of these units, with a closure (a hairpiece that is designed to look like your natural scalp) sewn onto the unit's crown so that it can only be parted in one or two directions from the front. Tracks are then sewn onto the back of the unit, from ear to ear, to complete the overall appearance of the unit. They can be purchased for anywhere between $100 and $500.In Deryck's opinion, full-lace wigs provide you with an almost limitless number of styling options, whether you prefer ponytails or cornrows as your hairstyle. It is necessary to braid one's natural hair into cornrows, which is typically straight back; then apply a small amount of adhesive glue around the perimeter of the hair (without getting it into any of one's own hair); and finally, attach the wig to the adhesive glue and secure it in place with wig clips, if any are provided with the unit. A full-lace wig can cost anywhere from $200 to $5,000, depending on the quality of the lace used in its construction.