“Everybody wears a wig” is too strong a statement, but more women than one might think turn to them at least occasionally.When Kim Kardashian showed up at Tom Ford’s fashion show earlier this month sporting a chic silver wig, she turned a few heads, while her half-sister Kendall Jenner walked the runway in a faux pixie cut. Both helped break one of the beauty industry’s taboos: wearing a wig. Beyoncé, Rihanna and Gwen Stefani are also known for changing their looks with wigs and extensions.
Once bought in secret by women hiding hair loss, the multibillion-dollar wig industry has gone mainstream.Wigs are shabby for either prosthetic, cosmetic, or convenience reasons. People who have lost all or part of their own hair due to illness or natural baldness can disguise the condition. For strictly cosmetic reasons (or perhaps to alter their appearance), people might wear a wig to quickly achieve a longer or fuller hairstyle or a different color. In an article in Vogue magazine, the wife of a prominent politician was described as using a wardrobe of wigs to avoid $8,400 and 160 or more hours spent with professional hairdressers each year, in addition to the complicated task of finding appropriate hair care while traveling.
“Wigs are a great way to change your look,” says top salon owner Deva Dave, Hair Stylist Makeup Artist in the Calgary area,working with all hair types since 1997. Deva Dave says the head size is important in that it determines how the wig has to fit your head.The wig must not seem loose, so make sure that you find what your correct wig size is.Most wigs for women come in the average size, but some may need larger cap sizes or petite ones.Our online store www.devadave.com also provides lots of variety for wigs which users can check and purchase it online.
Womens who wear couture hair pieces — wigs, extensions and toppers — has doubled in the past five years. “They do everything from conceal extreme hair loss to allow a fast fashion change, meeting every need from medical to the desire to become a platinum blonde for a day—without the commitment of a process that could damage your hair,” said DevaDave.
Womens are getting inspired by supermodels like Coca Rocha, who sports a pixie cut in one Instagram photo, and a long fishtail braid while attending a Paris fashion a few days later. “It’s no longer a taboo. Celebrities are no longer shy about faux hair, posting all over social media”