Understanding the many features of wigs and hairpieces.
Monofilament/Mono-Top Wig: A Monofilament-Mono Top Wigs refers to fine, breathable nylon or silk mesh with hairs individually hand-knotted into the mesh. It allows the hair to fall naturally, giving it more versatility in styling. Often preferred by wearers such as hair loss patients undergoing cancer treatment, those with alopecia, sensitive scalps, and many clients in quest of only the best in comfort and styling versatility.
Lace Front: Lace front wigs feature hand-tied hair fibers in a poly-silk mesh base at either the front of the wig, or from front to back, creating an undetectable and seamless hairline. Part them in any direction for the ultimate in styling versatility and realism in a wig. Perfect for those experiencing hair loss.
Hand-tied: Individually 100% hand-tied hair fibers are placed into the wig cap construction. This results in naturally placed directional hair, greater realistic movement and look of hair growth. The preferred choice for wearers seeking the most natural look and greatest versatility in styling. Brush the hair in any direction.
Cap-less Wig: A capless wig does not have a closed lace layer at crown, but instead features open wefts of hair at the back, crown and sides. The lightest weight cap you can purchase, and allows for excellent ventilation and comfort.
Standard Wig Cap: The most common and affordable cap design. Layers of hair wefts are used in creating a standard cap, with the result allowing ventilation and lightweight comfort. These caps have a closed lace layer at the crown, often in used to give natural lift and volume at the crown.