Wigs are needed for a variety of reasons. Some people love to dress up with different hairstyles they may not be able to achieve with their own, natural hair. Some people require wigs for medical reasons, and some people use them for costumes and conventions. And being able to find a wig to suit any of the above purposes can be difficult.
But what does density mean, when it comes to choosing a wig? It dictates how thick or thin the hair on the wig has been made up to be. Matching this thickness or thinness to your own head is necessary for the wig to sit right and look right. There are multiple factors involved in ensuring that the wig suits the wearer, such as age, color, and length. Because of this, it’s very important to take all of these into account when wig shopping.
All in all, a good wig needs to have the right density to it. When a wig is well made, you should be able to feel it just by holding and/or touching the wig you’re planning on buying, as making an informed decision here could save you a lot of money. Thus, here is an infographic that’ll help you to decide on what kind of wig, in terms of density, color, and length. So, if you want to know more about matching a wig to your hair, and why the density of the wig matters, be sure to check out the infographic below.
Infographic designed by keswigs.com