How to measure your head to get the cap size

It is important to know how to measure your head to get the cap size when you would like to buy your Hair Wig online since you can not try it before you receive it. Usually the cap size of the Human Hair Wig comes in three types: the small one, the medium one and the large one.

 

Cap Size Small Medium Large
Circumference 21,50 22,50 23,50
Front to Nape 14,00 14,50 14,50
Ear to ear across forehead 12,00 12,50 12,50
Ear to ear over top 12,50 12,75 13,00
Temple to Temple around back 14,50 15,00 15,50
Nape of Neck 5,00 5,50 6,00

Basic measurements are as below:

1.Circumference (The Most Important Size):

Measure all around the head. Position tape measure so its edge follows the hairline around the head and nape of the neck.

2.Front to Nape:

Measure from hairline at center of forehead straight back over crown to center of hairline at nape of neck.

3.Ear to Ear across forehead:

At front of ear, measure from hairline at base of sideburn, up across the hairline along forehead to same point in front of other ear.

4.Ear to Ear over top:

Measure from hairline directly above the ear across top of head to the hairline directly above the other ear.

5.Temple to Temple round back:

From temple to temple across the back of head.

6.Nape of Neck:

Measure the width of hairline across the nape of the neck.

After measuring all the sizes, then compare your sizes to the sizes below, and choose the most closed cap size.

We can customize your cap size if you cannot find the suitable size above. But the customized size might will be 1-2cm difference to the size you provide, because our experienced wig makers will alter a little to make the size more proportionately.

How to choose Hair Length

Which is the best hair length for my wig?

In order to determine which hair length is right for you, the hair length chart listed below provides an approximate idea of what hair length you should choose depending on hair textures. Please keep in mind this is just an example, other factors such as height and scalp size should be taken into account to determine your preferred hair length. For example, if you are 5’8 – 5’9 inches tall, the hair length should appear approximately as shown on the chart provided below. However, if you are shorter, then it may actually appear longer on your body. You may measure from your scalp down at any area of your head to get an idea of where the hair will appear as well. The hair length is typically measured from root of the scalp to the tip of hair.

Important Note: If you are ordering a curly wig or body wave wig, the hair length will appear shorter because the hair is drawn up when styled. It is recommended that you order a longer hair length to achieve the length you desire. See the examples of hair length textures below.

How to choose Hair Density

Hair Density is defined as how thick or thin the hair on your lace wig will be. The standard and most popular choice is 130%, which is medium thick density. The average human head is considered to be between 100%-120%.

Naturally growing hair grows differently for every person. Hair can grow thin (light) around the perimeter (hairline) and thick(medium) in the middle. Hair can also grow thick (medium) around the perimeter (hairline) and thickest (heavy) in the middle.Below is a Hair density Chart that you can use as a visual guide.

Hair Density

Extra Light

Light

Light/Medium

Medium

Medium/Heavy

Heavy

Extra Heavy

How to choose Color

Choosing a color for your wig can be tricky, whether you’re looking to match your natural hair color or want to try something different. Since most styles come in a large selection of colors, it’s important that you choose a color that will be the most flattering match for you. There are many factors that tie into which color will look best on you – from skin tone to eye color. That said, a big advantage to wearing a wig is that you can easily get the color you want without chemically damaging your hair. So feel free to experiment a bit, and consider color beyond your natural tone.

Avoid choosing a color that is more than two shades lighter or darker than your natural hair color. If you pick a color that’s much lighter or darker than your natural hair color, the result will be dramatic. It is typically a safer choice to go with a shade similar to your natural one to start off with. If you’re have your mind set on a dramatic change, consider changing the color gradually over a period of time, such as 3 months.

Choose a shade that looks great with your skin tone and eye color. Skin tone is very important when choosing a wig color. As you age, your skin tone tends to look a little washed out. However, choosing the right hair color can help give you a more youthful look. For the most natural look, choose a color that’s close to your own skin tone or slightly lighter. If you prefer a more contrasted look, keep in mind that strong contrasts can be overwhelming to your face, as well as draw more focus to your facial features. It is also important to look at your eye color when deciding on a hair color. If your eyes are golden brown, green, hazel, or light blue, choose a wig with dark or golden browns, chestnut, auburn, or red highlights. If your eye color is dark brown, deep blue/blue-gray, or dark hazel, choose a wig with more natural colors, such as black, brown, and blonde tones.

If you want a blonde wig, consider what color your hair was when you were a child. If you were blonde when you were a child, chances are, blonde will also work for you as an adult. To match your current skin tone, choose a shade that’s a little darker than what you had as a child.
You can easily view the wig color charts below for a complete overview of our current color selections.

Color Chart

#1

#1B

#1B/613

#2

#4

6

8

10

12

14 MIXED 22

14

14H

16

22

26

27-MIXED-613

27

28R

33

40

130

131

133

135

613

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