Wigs and Hair Fashion

Often when you hear of wigs you associate them with thinning hair, baldness and hair loss. For some people that may still be the reason they look to wear a wig but recently men and women, according to research, shows that there is a demand for wigs and the reason is for fashion purposes.

Gone are the days that wigs are only worn to cover hair imperfections. Celebrities and fashion models alike have influenced us and have changed the norm when it comes to why someone may wear a wig. Have you ever wondered how a celebrity can change their hairstyle almost every single day and their hair always looks great and never damaged? That is because of high quality human hair wigs.

Today, fashion wigs are considered essential for a lot of reasons in the entertainment industry. Whatever your reason is, we cannot deny that the fact you can revamp your look in a snap. There is no limit when it comes to choices. You can have short hair, long hair, different hair colors. The best part is that you can transform your look without having to compromise your natural hair.

Hair Problems

Not just common people have hair problems, celebrities also have them too. Instead of stressing about hair issues, you can look good with it. Whether it be thinning hair or scalp issues, wigs allow you to show off a great head of hair. Singer and music sensation Elton John is known to wear wigs because he wasn’t gifted with front hair and over the years his hair has receded.

Even the young handsome actor in the Twilight movies, Robert Pattinson had hair everyone loved but it wasn’t his own. The actor is known to have thinning hair but you would never know it because of what a good quality wig can do. We only know now since he came out about his hair loss that his hair we admired was a wig.

Hair Changes

There are some celebrities that wear wigs and change them often as part of their persona, like Lady Gaga. There is no secret that her wigs are her best friends. She is often spotted with wigs in different colors from green, blue, and yellow. They range from short to long hair and straight to curly hair. On a whim, she can change her style to match her mood.

Wigs not only allow this luxury to celebrities but you can do the same as well. Going out and what to make a statement, go with long blond hair, or maybe become a short hair brunette. With so many choices in styles wigs, today are not just for those with thinning hair but have become fashion.

At The Hair Studio and Wig Salon, we can help you find the right wig to cover your any amount of baldness or to give you the look you want without the damage to your own natural hair.

Four Great Reasons We Love Wigs

Hollywood, politics and the fashion industry all have one thing in common. Wigs have been used in all three for centuries. Today’s wigs are so finely crafted that without someone telling you, it is down right impossible to tell whether a person is wearing a wig or if their hair is their own natural-growing hair.

Who Wears Wigs

For many it might not come as a surprise that actors and actresses both in movies and on the red carpet wear wigs. Angelina Jolie, Nicolas Cage, Beyoncé, John Travolta, Javier Bardem and Rihanna wear wigs to give their hair a more full luck or to hide receding hairlines. Many of these stars have even been open about their hair in interviews. But, then there are those actors and actresses you might not expect that wear wigs. Some of them including “The View” co-host Sherri Shepherd, Julianna Margulies of “The Good Wife,” Robert Pattinson of the “Twilight” series; Emilia Clarke who plays Daenerys Targaryen on “Game of Thrones,” as well as Anne Hathaway and Emma Stone.

Actually, They Are for You!

Because many of us remember our grand-mothers wearing wigs that where bulky, moved around and didn’t look all that natural, we assume that wigs aren’t appropriate for everyday life. Nothing can be farther from the truth whether you are a celebrity, politician, school teacher, or sales person.

There are four things a wig can do that no stylist, coloring, cream or gel can.

Non-Destructive: Human hair wigs are popular in Hollywood because that don’t damage your existing hair. If you change your hairstyle every few weeks, that can damage your hair which can take months or years to fully repair from.

Natural Look: The art of wig making has produced exceptional products for centuries. In recent decades, technology has made it possible to not only make wigs look natural, but better than natural. No longer is there a concern that a wig from a respectable manufacturer might appear artificial.

Time Savers: Even a temporary hairstyle that isn’t destructive can take a considerable amount of time to get right. A person can prepare for formal occasions and/or events that call for something special in a matter of minutes, not hours.

Hide Deficiencies: Many people, both men and women alike, are not blessed with perfect hair. Hair may be thin or unhealthy, receding, patchy or gone altogether. Some have hair that has grayed prematurely or isn’t maturing uniformly. And, most of the time it isn’t a big deal. But for anyone on those special occasions who wants their hair to match the way they feel about themselves, a wig can do that easily.