Hair replacement without surgery is a great route to travel for those who deal with major hair loss. There is a tremendous amount of high-quality hair pieces available on the market that can help you create that full head of hair look. If you are a new consumer to the hair loss replacement market you can become overwhelmed very quickly with all of the options that are available to you. That is why it is essential for a consumer interested in buying a hairpiece to research their product of choice. Below you will find a number of tools to help make this process easier on you and your wallet by making the right choice.
There are a few topics we will cover in order to help you make the best decision for you, and these are: The Hair System Base, Materials, Mesh-Fabric, Polymers, and finally, the Hair in the Hair Piece.
The Hair System Base is simply the terminology used to describe the base or foundation that is used to tack the hair onto, either by tying the hair into it or injecting it to the base.
The materials used in hair replacement pieces are usually polymers or meshes, or both.
Mesh Fabric is usually created from nylon or polyester. This fabric is used to create the hairline in a high-quality product. It can also be used throughout the base of the product which gives it a natural and believable look. A mesh fabric hairpiece is cool and easy to wear but it is not as durable as other products and will cost you more.
Polymers are usually created from silicone or polyurethane and this material is used to make a skin like an appearance. Some hairpieces will use this fabric where the hairpiece is to be attached so that it can last a longer period of time. Polymers are less expensive than other fabrics, more durable but are not as easy to wear as others.
The actual hair in the hairpiece is usually made from human hair. High-quality hair pieces will match the color of your own hair, as well as its natural texture and thickness. The less expensive hair pieces are not always made from human hair. It can be made from artificial fibers, not-so-great human hair or even animal hair!
It is essential to do your research when you are considering purchasing a hair system, regardless of your preferred material. The hair replacement industry is full of people trying to take your money for products that will not do you any good. Avoid companies that try to bind you to them. Once you have purchased your hairpiece you should be able to get maintenance anywhere you like without having a contract between yourself and the company. Be wary of any company trying to sell you a contract! Once you have become familiar with the hair loss industry and have found the right hair piece for you, it can become a great self-confidence booster.