Knowing The Difference
The difference between a good and bad wig starts with the price you pay for it. Now, I know it can be tempting to go the cheaper route when you see the same style in two wigs; however one cost $25 and the other costs $125.
Who wouldn’t want a cheaper bill? The trouble is, this sale will cost you big time later. Wigs with super low price tags usually only look good on the wig head in the store and usually last for only a few good wears.
A great wig should look and feel as much like real hair as possible, and you should be able to manipulate it the same way you would your own.
If the wig you are about to buy doesn’t allow you to use heat on it or wash it, and it feels like a dish sponge that should’ve been thrown out, walk away – fast!! Take it from someone who has been there.
“Not all wig clerks are created equal.”
Listen closely to what they have to say. “Everyone buys that one!” That sounds good if you’re standing inside a shop that is trusted like “Tiffani Chanel Luxury Hair”, and frequented by wig professionals. However, if you’re at a place where they value sales quantity over quality of merchandise, then this isn’t much of a good idea.
If you’re trying on a wig inside a store (a must before buying) and you want an honest opinion, you should be able to ask the clerk who works there, after all, they are the expert right? They should be able to answer any questions you may have before purchase or be able to find it.
Lace Fronts and Full Lace Wigs
Know the difference between Lace Fronts and Full Lace Wigs, and if you don’t, your salesperson should be able to assist you. If purchasing a Full Lace, ask the clerk to measure your head so that you can get the correct fit for your cap.
Customizing wigs is one of the best ways to ensure you get exactly what you need when you need it.
Tiffani Chanel Luxury Hair customizes and fits wigs for all sizes so stop into one of our Houston area locations today or visit www.tiffanichanel.com to order yours today!!