When faced with thinning or lost hair, many consider covering it with a wig. But is that the best solution? What are the upsides of wigs — and what are the negative effects?
What kind of wig?
There are synthetic hair wigs and natural hair wigs. You can style natural hair wigs with regular products. You can wash and brush natural hair wigs as you would with your hair. They are also costly.
They don’t retain color well, and you must style them every time you wear them, just like natural hair. And they have a life span – they do not last forever.
Care for synthetic hair wigs carefully; they’re sensitive to heat. Synthetic wigs are cheaper but may need a custom size for the best fit.
Plus, generally, hairpieces can be hot, cause itching, and might slip off unexpectedly. Clean wigs regularly to avoid a sweaty, oily smell.
The solution that always works
Many find scalp micro pigmentation a great alternative to wigs. Hairline Ink’s practitioners give your scalp a three-dimensional appearance. The treatment is non-invasive and relatively painless because the needles are much smaller than tattoo needles. We also camouflage unsightly scars effectively.
Prices vary according to how much scalp area you want us to cover. We offer Scalp Micropigmentation in over 50 US cities. Call or text us today at 833-HAIR-INK (833-424-7465) to schedule an appointment, learn about our pricing, or get a free quote!