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Classic Style

The most common is the “Wefted Cap.”  The vast majority are also known as "capless" wigs.  They are constructed from rows of wefts (fringes) of synthetic fiber or human hair that have been sewn together into the shape of a cap, but do not have an underlying solid cap, per se. The more expensive wefted wigs feature a lace inset at the crown which allows the wearer to part the wig and brush the strands in any direction.

A "thin wefted" wig will usually have the rows of wefts spaced farther apart, which makes the wig lighter and more "breathable."  A thin wefted wig will often lack the lace inset at the crown.  The downside of this is that sometimes the underlying wefting can be seen when the wig is parted on top.  All wigs will have adjustment straps at the nape (back neck area) to allow the wig to be sized down for a more snug fit.

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Front or Full Lace Style

Probably the more and more common type of cap construction is the “Lace front” or “Lace Full”.  A 100% hand-tied wig.  This is due to the labor-intensive nature of making the wig.  It takes a worker one full day to completely hand-tie a wig, and after this, the wig still needs to be hand cut and styled.  The cap of a 100% hand-tied wig is extremely stretchy, very similar to a nylon stocking.  To keep costs down, some manufacturers offer wigs that are hand-tied at the front hairline and/or crown only.   There are a few wiglets available in hand-tied versions, as well


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Monofilament Style

The second most common cap construction is the “Monofilament-Top.” This is a wefted wig that features an inset of transparent micro-mesh sewn in at the crown, with the individual strands of synthetic fiber or human hair hand-tied into the mesh.  Mono-top wigs are generally more natural-looking, as the hair appears to be growing out of a real scalp, and there is no "crimp wefting" to make the wig look artificially full.    

Many women with full heads of hair prefer the mono-top wigs for their superior natural appearance.  With a mono-top wig, the hair can be more sharply parted on either side of the head than with a conventional wefted cap wig. There are two notable variations to the standard mono-top wig:  one can be seen in the Amore line, which features a double layer of monofilament mesh at the crown.  This extra layer protects a bare scalp from irritation caused by the tiny, scratchy knots created by hand-tying the strands into the monofilament material.  The other is the multi-directional monofilament crown featured in some of the wigs in the Georgie line.  The hair on this type of wig will part sharply and lay down in multiple directions with greater ease than most of the other brands.


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Description: Gently remove tangles with a wig brush or comb, working gradually from the ends to the base of the cap.

Description: Rinse in warm water. Keep water flowing in the same direction of the hair. DO NOT SOAK IN BASIN, as this will cause the hair to tangle. Distribute wig shampoo evenly througout hair using your fingers.

Description: Rinse with cold water to remove shampoo. Pat gently with a soft towel to remove excess water. DO NOT WRING OR SQUEEZE.

Description: & Condition: Gently press with a towel to remove excess water. Place on a folding wig stand and allow to air dry.

Description: Once dry, style as usual. Use your fingers or a wide tooth comb to comb through the hair. Use a curling iron or flat iron to achieve your desired look.