Wigs are comfortable but only if you choose what’s right for you. Here are the four main factors that will affect comfort with wigs:
Some make the mistake of choosing a wig that’s too tight for the fear of it falling off or moving around. But there are other ways to secure it and it’s certainly not through getting a wig that’s too tight.
To get your size, measure your head circumference from your front hair line up to the nape of your neck and then measure also from ear to ear, like forming headband with the tape measure on the top of your head. Give your measurements to the wig provider so they can give you the right size.
2. Amount and Length of Hair
If you often wear wigs in daily life, just choose wigs with medium density and shorter length. They can make you feel less heavier when wearing.
3. Type of Cap Feature
Wigs have different types of caps: lace front, monofilament, hand-tied, and capless. The most comfortable one of the four caps is the hand-tied cap but it is also the most expensive one.
And the lace front and monofilament top will be the best choices if you often wear wigs. They both have natural-looking hairline and parting.