Anyone with hair loss who wishes to cover up thinning crown areas or baldness on the scalp will need a hair topper. No matter what kinds of hair loss you are, maybe aging, certain medications, alopecia, trichotillomania or stress, If you feel that your hair is lacking volume a topper can add the look of fullness to your existing hair. If your hair is thinning mainly at the part, you may need a base that is long and skinny with a monofilament construction. But if your hair is thinning at the crown, you may need a wider base and be happy with a classic style construction. Today I just want to tell you guys how to buy hair toppers for thinning crown. This type of base features rows or wefts of hair. Often, your own hair can be pulled in between the wefts to integrate your own hair with the hairpiece.
Before you decide how to buy a hair topper you should know what kinds of hair loss you are. 1. Beginning Stage Hair Loss. 2. Progressive Stage Hair Loss. 3. Advanced Stage Hair Loss. Then measure the hair loss area to decide the topper size with a soft measuring tape, record the measurements of the widest points from front to back and side to side across the area where you are experiencing hair loss.
1. Just like wigs, hair toppers come in synthetic, human hair and heat friendly synthetic hair options. Because a topper is meant to blend in with your existing hair, many women prefer heat friendly synthetic or human hair toppers.
2. You want your hairpiece to resemble your existing hair color as closely as possible, but keep in mind that there will not always be a perfect match for every shade.
3. The length of the topper that you will want to choose will depend on the look that you are trying to achieve. You can choose to wear a topper with strands shorter than the length of your existing hair and have your stylist cut your hair to look like the topper is layered into the rest of your hair.
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