I Got a Bad Haircut! Now What?!?!

my_first_haircut_640_19We’ve all been there: we see a starlet with a sassy pixie cut or sexy choppy layers and think, “That looks so cute! I want to try that!” The problem is that most of us don’t look like Halle Berry or Jennifer Lawrence and most of us don’t have an arsenal of stylists to maintain that look. If you find yourself in that situation, fear not! Here are some ways to make the growing out process not so painful.


First of all, bangs seem to be the easiest change to make on a whim and soon after many have cutter’s remorse. There’s a cool attitude that comes when bangs are carelessly grazing your eyelashes… until a short time later when they get in your way and annoy you like an itchy tag sewn in the back of your shirt. There are several ways to aid the process of growing your bangs out: 1) Pin it to the side. Not only does this keep the fringe out of your face, but there are a ton of cute bobby pins that can add to your style. 2) Headbands make any up-do chic and put together. It’s easy to do and can make you look polished or bohemian depending on the type of headband you use. 3) Even women who aren’t growing their bangs out love the front braid. This has been on trend for a while and is perfect for any occasion.

Secondly, be sure to keep those strands healthy to promote growth. Use a salon quality conditioner so that you can prevent breakage and trim your hair regularly (every six to eight weeks) to lessen damage. Also, avoid styling tools that use heat which will dry out hair.

Highlights-for-Short-Hair-.jpgNext, get creative! Flip through magazines or the Internet to see if there are styles that you want to try during the growing out period. Maybe a new color or highlights would add that extra punch that you are looking for and also add texture and movement. But use caution: too much processing can increase damage and be counterproductive!

Finally, there are a variety of extensions and wigs available to help you look your best regardless of what your haircut looks like. You can add length and fullness either with clip-on hair or with professional hair extensions. (Better yet, you can also buy clip-on bangs when you get the urge to pull those scissors out again!)

A bad haircut isn’t the end of the world, but it sure can feel like it every time you look in the wigworks3mirror. The most important step is to find the right hairstylist who listens to you and has the experience and knowledge to help you find the haircut that is perfect for your face shape. At Wig Works and Extensions for Hair, our stylists will work with you so that you can look and feel your best.   

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Top 10 Hair Secrets You Need to Know


Who doesn’t like a juicy secret? Here are some insider tips that you should know about concerning caring for your hair and looking your best.

1)    Bangs make you look younger, so skip the Botox (who likes needles anyway!?!) and make an appointment with your hairdresser. Bangs cover up those wrinkles that mar your forehead and look good on just about everybody.

2)    Healthy hair is about more than just glossy strands and bouncy locks. It all starts at the scalp. You probably are careful about shampooing and conditioning, but consider a scalp treatment like Moroccan Oil that nourishes your scalp when you massage it in a couple times a week. This stimulates blood flow and applies essential oils to prevent drying and promotes growth.


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3)    Remember when Marcia Brady would sit in front of her mirror and brush her stick straight hair 100 times? Skip it. Over brushing causes breakage. Here’s tip 3 ½: brushing wet hair also causes breakage so pick up that comb instead.

4)    It’s a well-known beauty tip that you shouldn’t leave the house without sun block on your face, but did you know that your hair is also susceptible to damage from those harsh rays? There are several hair products out there that now provide protection. A hat or scarf also works great and can be super fashionable.

5)    And speaking of fun in the sun…. some experts recommend showering before you swim to preserve the health of your hair. They say that when your hair is already saturated with water, it is less likely it will absorb as much chemical-laden water.

6)    There have been a ton of updos on the runway lately. Fortunately, most of them have been styled with messy waves and loose braids (if your hair is consistently pulled back too tight, you risk having thinning hair). Here’s the tip: spray a little dry shampoo or hairspray on your bobby pins to keep them from slipping, especially if you have straight hair. (Tip 6 ½…And always put the wavy side down to grip the hair better; that’s actually how it was designed!)

7)    Your best hair days start in the shower. If the water is too hot, you’ll strip the natural oils that protect your hair. Also, if you live in an area with hard water or that has a lot of minerals in the water, that can also dry out your hair or weigh it down. You may want to consider a showerhead water filter.

8)    Flyaways are just not cute, but neither is slicked back hair that is so stiff and shiny that it looks like a helmet. Try spraying a little bit of hairspray onto a toothbrush to tame those strays without creating that crunchy look.

9)    Walking down the hair care aisle of a big box store can be overwhelming. There are bright colored bottles everywhere, prices that range from 99 cents to 15 dollars, and they have formulas for everything from dandruff to curls to volumizers. This is where your stylist comes in; ask him or her about your specific hair needs what products were designed for what God gave you. Salon products may cost a fraction more than grocery store brands, but you’ll also find that the results are worth the investment.

10) You don’t have to be born with great hair to have a great hair day. Today’s wigs and hair extensions look and feel real. Not everyone has the locks to make a full ponytail or maybe you just want to try clip in bangs before you make the commitment of chopping your hair. Salons like Wig Works and Extensions for Hair has a great variety of products to make your hair look amazing regardless of what you were born with!



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Bay Area Salon Makes Red Carpet Looks Wearable for Real Life: Lessons from the 2016 Grammys

I love award shows. Wait, strike that. I love the Red Carpet that leads to the award shows (the shows themselves can be a little boring sometimes). I love the glamour, the jewels and the gowns. I love the fashion do’s and I love to cringe at the fashion don’ts. But most of all, I love to see the hair trends that show up on the carpet. From elegant up do’s to trendy beach waves, I am glued to my television watching these screen sirens glide from photo op to interviewer. I also love to transform these looks into real life for my clients. Here are some ways that you can wear Red Carpet looks for everyday:


1)    The Ariana Grande – This popular singer is known as much for her voice as for her signature slicked back ponytail. Not blessed with waist-length thick locks? Try using hair extensions because a skimpy pony just won’t achieve the same look. If you’re afraid of the cost and commitment of extensions that are semi-permanent, there are a variety of clip in versions that are more economical and temporary.

2)    Selena Gomez’s Lush Locks – And speaking of hair extensions…. Don’t we all selena%20gomezwish we had the abundance of gorgeous hair that Selena Gomez had at the Grammys? Well, she probably wasn’t born with it either. Today’s hair extensions blend in seamlessly with what God gave you and can be colored and cut to be virtually undetectable.

3)    Taylor Swift’s Blunt Bob – No one got more attention on the Red Carpet than Taylor Swift (you either loved or hated her dress). But her new blunt cut was really the star of the night. Gone were her signature waves and springy curls and in came a more mature, sleek version of the young starlet. Afraid of taking the plunge and cutting off inches of your hair? Try a wig! It’s a low maintenance option without the months and months of growing your hair back out if you change your mind.


meghan%20trainor4)    Meghan Trainor: Best New Artist (or Hair Color?) – Bye bye blonde, hello auburn! This hot shade of warm red and medium brown is sure to pop up all over the place. It warms up those with cooler skin tones and is more sophisticated and enticing than the blonde ombre of months past.

Now here’s where Red Carpet meets real life: find a reputable stylist that can adjust these looks to suit you. From the right shade of auburn to knowing what length of bob would flatter your face best, a talented hair stylist can help you to be the best version of you. At Wig Works and Extensions for Hair Salon, we not only have some of the best stylists in the Bay Area, we also have the best selection of wigs and hair extensions in the East Bay. We can customize any trend to look great on you!


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How to Choose the Right Hair Color

I love it when a client brings in a picture (or several) to help guide me in the direction of the hairstyle that she is trying to achieve. Not everyone knows how best to describe the cut or color that they want, so this definitely helps me in the process. However, the color that looks great on Jennifer Lopez or Scarlet Johansson may not look right on your skin tone. Here are a few tips to picking out the right hair color that will flatter you.
The first step is to determine if you have a warm or cool skin undertone. You can find out by doing this little test: look at the veins in your wrist. If they look blue, you have cool undertones. If the veins look greenish, you’re warm (yellow undertones + blue veins = green appearance.) Still not sure? What metal looks best on you, silver or gold? If silver does, you are cool; if gold does, you are warm. Last try… when you’re in the sun, do you turn pink and burn or do you tan? If you burn quickly, you’re cool which means if you tan, you’re on the warmer side.
cool skin tone

Cool Skin Tone

Now that we have that settled, what does this mean for choosing a hair color? It’s pretty easy: those with a warm complexion should choose a hair color with warm tones and conversely, those with a cool complexion should choose cooler colors. Think about your natural hair color. Usually people with cool tones have eyes that are blue, gray, or green with hair that is blond, brown, or black hair (which can have blue, silver, violet and ash undertones). Warm toned people usually have brown, amber, or hazel eyes with strawberry blond, red, brown, or black hair (with gold, red, orange, or yellow undertones). If someone with a cool tone dies their hair in a warmer tone, it can make the skin look sickly and pale. If a warmer tone goes platinum blond, the skin will look more yellow. Either situation is not good.
warm skin tone
Warm Skin Tone
 One of the best ways to choose the right hair color for you is to find a celebrity that shares your skin coloring. If it looks good on them, it will probably look good on you. However, it’s also important to consider the maintenance factor. If you are dark chocolate brunette and you want that creamy caramel look, you’re going to need touch-ups every 4-6 weeks. You might want to consider using a blending technique like an ombre or balayage so your roots won’t be quite so obvious or maybe go a few shades lighter or darker to appear more natural (instead of going extreme). You may even want to add in extensions for a temporary change!
Finally, finding an experienced, professional stylist can help you to avoid making a big mistake if you decide to change your hair color. He or she can guide you through your color options and help you to decide on which color of the rainbow would look best on you. Our stylists at Wig Works and Extensions for Hair Salon are some of the best in the in the San Francisco Bay Area and would love to help you make this exciting decision.
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2016 Hair Trends: Which One Is Right for You?

One of my clients told me yesterday that her husband has had the same hairstyle for the past 30 years. She said that she was jealous of how easy he had it; he knew exactly what he wanted and how to get it. We women on the other hand have it more difficult… we have to follow trends, purchase an arsenal of styling tools and spend at least twice as much time as our male counterparts to look good. I totally understand where she is coming from, but I had to respectfully disagree. Life is change and change can be so much fun! There’s something about a fresh haircut or experimenting with a new color that can reflect your evolving style, attitude and personality. So let’s look at a few new trends and have some fun considering how you might change things up this year!

  1. The Big Bang Theory – Bangs may come and bangs may go… and it looks like they’re a hit for 2016. The great thing about bangs is that there are a variety of cuts that can compliment your face shape. From blunt ones that kiss your eyelashes to side swept ones that give a softer vibe, there are a ton of choices out there. Not ready to make the commitment? There are also amazing clip-in bangs that blend in for a natural look.fall_winter_2015_2016_hair_color_trends3
  2. Delicious Truffles and Cinnamon – My love of fashion is only rivaled by my insane sweet tooth, and both came head-to-head on the runway this winter. Chocolate browns, rich cinnamons, and golden vanilla blondes reigned. The hues were rich but were also far from monochromatic. One to two shades lighter or darker than the base provided interest and complimented movement.
  3. Easy Up-Dos – On Facebook I am constantly seeing videos for complicated up dos fall_winter_2015_2016_hairstyle_trends_modern_French_twist1that take at least 50 bobby pins and just as many twists and turns to complete. This is in direct contrast to the hairstyles presented at fashion shows from sophisticated designers such as Michael Kors, Caroline Herrera, and Nicole Miller. Their models wore low ponytails tied at the base of their necks. Almost as simple were the messy French twists at Oscar de la Renta and Tom Ford. Their girls had their hair loosely pinned up with a few strands pulled out for a cool, bohemian vibe.
  4. Parting Ways – If you’re not a fan of bangs, you can still make a simple, updated change. 70’s style parts have been big for a long time now and still aren’t going anywhere. Want to be a bit more daring? Try a deep part that falls somewhere between the center to the outside edge of your eyebrow.
  5. What’s Old is New Again – Big bouffants and natural hippy waves of the 60’s, stick straight hair of the 70’s, crimped hair from the 80’s, grunge hair from the 90’s… all of these throwbacks were new again (fortunately 80’s big hair and the mullet were absent). Here’s a disclaimer though: I once heard someone say that, “If you wore a trend the first time around, you shouldn’t wear it the second time around.” I must say that I agree.

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Hair trends are fun and it gives us a creative outlet to look and feel our best. If you would like to try one of these inspiring ideas, the stylists at Wig Works and Extensions for Hair would love to help you find what works best for you. From a modern haircut to adding clip in bangs, extensions, or experimenting with wigs, we have all of the options you need to compliment your personality and lifestyle. Call us today!


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Great Hair Extensions are Left to the Professionals

Wig Works offers only premium wigs and hair extensions

Wig Works offers only premium wigs and hair extensions

I was watching a television show this morning and one of the hosts was wearing a terrible looking hair piece. It was frizzy, bulky and just plain obvious. I thought to myself, “with a team of stylists and money at your disposal, why in the world are you wearing something so tacky?!”

Now I’m usually not this critical, but as someone who works daily with quality hair pieces, wigs, and extensions, I just can’t figure out why some people are opting to wear substandard hair ad-ons. There are so many great options available at a variety of price points that there is no excuse to look like your hair was an afterthought. Here are some reasons why you need to visit a professional who has experience, training, and your best interests at heart (rather than just selling you anything to make a buck.) After all, you want to look like a fashion “do” instead of a fashion “don’t”.

Many times the first sign of bad extensions is the quality. Hair that is too thick, stiff, dull, ord5893cfc4915b021ea6187c1efb68c5b the wrong color are sure giveaways that you are wearing a hair piece. A reputable salon will only sell extensions from top companies that offer excellent products (such as Hair Dreams, Dream Catchers, Great Lengths, or Halo Couture).

Furthermore, if you buy online extensions and try to have someone without the proper equipment or training apply them, then I guarantee you won’t get the results that you are looking for. They will most likely be uneven, loose, or won’t blend in with your natural hair. While you may be trying to save money, it could very well cost you more in the long run if you damage your hair in the process, if the product is applied wrong and you have to remove it, or if you just open the box and realize that what you got isn’t what you thought you paid for.

Another reason to visit a salon is that the best looking hair extensions are customized to each client. Regardless of your current hairstyle, you’ll need a stylist to cut and blend in your new extensions with your natural hair. You many even want it dyed or highlighted to add further dimension for a seamless result.

Finally, even clip-on hair extensions should be purchased at a salon with experts knowledgeable about various hair pieces. They can advise you on which type is right for you, how to properly care for your investment, and how to apply the extensions for the best results.

In you are in the San Francisco Bay Area, the professionals at Wig Works and Extensions for Hair Salon can help you to decide what extensions are right for you. We have trained stylists with vast experience in applying the top brands of hair extensions. We can undoubtedly achieve the look that you are searching for!


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Beyond Hair Wigs and Extensions: Professional Hair Care Items for Hair Loss or Thinning Hair

DSC_0047There are countless types of hair extensions, wigs, and add-on hair pieces available for those struggling with hair loss or thinning hair. However, some people aren’t quite comfortable with these options for many reasons including the financial investment, worry over how it will look, or because they just need minor help to increase their self confidence. If you find yourself in this situation, here are some products that may be of interest to you if you want to thicken your hair or just want to improve your overall appearance.

  • Thickening shampoos and conditioners – Various hair treatments weigh the hair down causing it to look thin and lifeless. Thickening products tend to have protein added to their formulas to strengthen hair and add volume. This is a relatively inexpensive option and can be the easiest and first solution to your thinning hair problems.
  • Vitamins/Diet – Since hair grows out of your scalp, it’s important to think from the inside out. What does your diet look like and are you getting the proper nutrients your body needs? For example, consider dining on salmon. It has a good dose of protein, vitamin D, and omega-3 fatty acids which are all needed for strong, healthy, hydrated hair. Eggs are also great to keep in mind in that they are a viable source of iron which helps to transport oxygen to your hair follicles keeping them healthy.
  • Keratin Fibers – We’ve all seen those ads from many years ago with the spray on hair DSC_0081in a can. This is NOT like those products of old. While those were more spray paint than hair product, these new versions are surprisingly natural and easy to use. XFusion is one of the top products using this technology where clients can apply Keratin fibers to existing hair and, in seconds, fill in all thinning or balding areas. XFusion fibers won’t come off in wind, rain or with perspiration and XFusion provides a variety of tools to ensure that the look is natural and virtually undetectable.
  • Styling Tools – Excessive heat can damage hair and cause breakage, so try to avoid extremely hot hair dryers, wands, curling irons, or flat irons. Also consider what combs and brushes you are using. Tugging on your hair will cause further breakage and your hair will look thinner. Use a comb where the teeth are farther apart or a boar bristle brush which is gentler on your strands.
  • False Eyelashes – I know, this may not seem to come into play with this topic, but a DSC_0059majority of people who have thinning hair also struggle with fine, sparse eyelashes. False eyelashes have become tremendously popular over the past few years and the options available have surpassed the ones from the 1960’s that were reminiscent of Cher or Twiggy. Now lashes come in a variety of lengths, thicknesses, and many come in small sections for easy application and a natural look.
  • Finishing Products – Another more recent trend is the resurgence of dry shampoo. This is great for thinning hair in that it dries out some of the oils in the scalp that weigh hair down and create volume at the root of the hair. There are also many different hair sprays that provide great hold without helmet head (which also dries out the hair and the stiffness it provides is another cause of breakage.)

There are many causes for thinning hair, but there are also just as many potential solutions. At Wig Works and Extensions for Hair Salon, we have thousands of wigs and hair pieces in stock but we additionally carry all of the above mentioned hair care products. If you have questions or are struggling to decide what steps you should take to resolve your hair care issues, our professionals would love to help you on your journey. We are committed to making you feel confident and beautiful with one of our many quality options.

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Walnut Creek Salon Offers Many Hairstyle Options for Bangs


One of the easiest ways to change your hairstyle is just a snip of the bangs. However, if you go too short you’ll look like your mom cut them like in your 3rd grade school picture. If they are too long, you’ll be constantly clipping them back or blowing them from out of your eyes. So what is a girl to do? Maybe these different styles can help you find the right type of fringe that completes your ‘do!

Side Swept

Side Swept

Side Swept – These are definitely a safe choice since they flatter just about any face and rarely go out of style.


Blunt bangs

Blunt Bangs – Made popular in the 1960’s, these are not for the faint of heart. Not very many people can get away wearing these thick, straight across, and very angular bangs.

Wispy Bangs – This fringe is thin and has a lot of texture and movement. They are among the most common since they also are always in style and compliment most faces.

Thin and wispy

Thin and wispy

Pixie Bangs – We all know about the pixie cut made popular by Mia Farrow and then made its comeback with the gorgeous Halle Berry. Just as the pixie cut itself is very daring, so are its pixie bangs. Super short and super wispy, you’ll make even Tinker Bell jealous of your choppy hairdo.

Pixie bangs

Pixie bangs

Curved Bangs – This type of bang is great for heart or triangle shaped faces as it minimizes the forehead. It tends to be shorter in the middle and tapers down to the tops of the cheekbones.

Pin Up Girl Bangs – While this may not be for the majority of women, this definitely makes a sexy statement. Thick bangs curled around a roller is reminiscent of those sensual sirens of the 1940’s and 50’s.

Curved bangs

Curved bangs

Pin Up Girl bangs

Pin Up Girl bangs

Clip-In Bangs – For the commitment phobic, there are just as many styles of clip in bangs as there are styles and hair colors. There are tiny clips at the base where you attach them to your natural hairline. In addition, you can have them trimmed and styled to fit any of the above types of bangs (and at Wig Works and Extensions for Hair Salon, if you buy them from us, the trim is complimentary!).

Clip in bangs

Clip in bangs

The right bangs can frame your face, accentuate your best facial features, and give you an entirely different look with minimal effort. However, the wrong ones can make you look childish, frumpy, or outdated. Wig Works and Extensions for Hair Salon in Walnut Creek has incredible, experienced stylists that can help you choose the style that’s right for your facial features without the fear of that “oops” moment.

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The Best Bay Area Salons Identify Clients’ Face Shapes to Avoid Unflattering Haircuts


We’ve all had that tragic experience of going to a hair stylist armed with a handful of magazine pictures and a heart full of expectations only to look in the mirror afterwards and be horrified at the image gazing back at us. It can take months if not years for our hair to grow back and just as long (if not longer) for our trust in anyone holding shears to be earned back.

However, knowing your face shape can be one of the tools in your style arsenal to ensure that you find a haircut that flatters your face. Here are the different types of face shapes and what hair styles work best (and look the worst) for each:


DO look for styles that elongate your face with a side part and long layers.

Emma Stone's flattering bangs and textured hair style compliments her round face perfectly.

Emma Stone’s flattering bangs and textured hair style compliments her round face perfectly.

DON’T go for a style that is full on the sides or ends near your chin. This will just make your face look rounder.


DO think about your hair texture when considering a style. Fortunately with this face shape almost any style could work, but you’ll also need to consider whether your hair is thin, curly, etc. as another determining factor.

Oval face shapes can get away with just about any hairdo.

Oval face shapes can get away with just about any hairdo.

DON’T clip out any picture from a magazine and think it will work for you. Other than hair type, you should also consider humidity and how much time you want to spend fixing your hair in the morning.


DO consider side swept bangs. Think of the actress Reese Witherspoon. She’s had a variety of haircuts with varied lengths, but her bangs usually stay side swept because they draw the eye down and minimize a broader forehead.

DON’T cut your bangs on a whim because the wrong length of bangs can make your

Heart shaped faces look best with side swept bangs.

Heart shaped faces look best with side swept bangs.

forehead appear wider. Consider having them side swept as mentioned or shorter in the middle (starting at the top part of the bridge of your nose) and angling down to the top part of your cheekbones. Also, many stylists like to cut bangs when they are dry since hair tends to shrink a bit. Too short bangs are a definite no-no.


DO look into softer haircuts with wispy layers or beachy waves.

Hair with lots of texture softens the angles of a square face.

Hair with lots of texture softens the angles of a square face.

DON’T get a blunt cut that accentuates the angles of your face. These tend to be too masculine.


DO try styles that de-emphasize the jaw line such as angled bobs or lobs that hit below the chin.

DON’T get a bob that doesn’t have bangs and ends at the chin or shorter. This will just make your face appear more angular and will appear unflattering.

Lobs and long hair look great on Triangle faces.

Lobs and long hair look great on triangle faces.

Still unsure of what type of face shape you have or what style will look best on you? Wig Works and Extensions for Hair is one of the premier salons in the San Francisco Bay Area and our experts can help you find the right style for you. Whether you are looking for a wig or hair extensions or just a new hairdo for your natural hair, we can find the style and cut that will make you feel fabulous.


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Changing Your Look in an Instant: Temporary Hair Extensions and Hair Pieces

DSC_0104For many, when they think about the world of wigs and hair pieces, their first thought may be that these products are just for those going through a medical crisis or for women who are aging and have thinning hair. What also may come to mind are the poorly made and terribly tacky hair add-ons that can be found at local beauty supply stores or at kiosks in the mall. Fortunately, Hollywood and fashion magazines are attempting to change these perceptions. Better yet, hair piece technology has made vast improvements in recent years

Hair extensions have become increasingly popular, but semi permanent ones can be costly and require a certain commitment level. On the other hand, there are a variety of temporary hair pieces that are more economical, easy to use, and look great. Here are some of the most popular types of temporary hair extensions and additions that you may want to consider for a special occasion or just to boost your various everyday looks:

  • Clip On/In Hair – This type of hair extension has pressure sensitive clips that attachDSC_0026 to your real hair. You can apply them within minutes to get fuller and/or longer hair or to add highlights. One great benefit is that they are also less damaging than semi permanent extensions since they don’t use glue or cause breakage to your natural hair.
  • Ponytails – Sometimes a girl just needs to put her hair back on a hot day, but while shoulder length hair may look great down, it can look a little wimpy in a ponytail. Also, if you have thin hair your ponytail may look stringy or sparse. Ponytail hairpieces are a great option and can either clip on or tie on to your existing hair.
  • Bangs – I’m not sure what comes in and out of style more often: high waisted pants or bangs. Fortunately with bang hair pieces, you can just clip them in to instantly change your look without the excruciatingly long period of growing them back out if you change your mind.
  • Monomiracle Wire Extensions – This type of extension has the hair attached to a thin wire that sits on the crown of your head and your natural hair is adjusted over it to hold it in place. It seamlessly blends into your hair to create length and volume.
Wig Works keeps a variety of temporary extensions in stock.

Wig Works keeps a variety of temporary extensions in stock.

At Wig Works and Extensions for Hair, we have thousands of temporary hair extensions and hair pieces in stock so you can find the one that looks best with your hair style. With our seasoned experts and onsite salon, we can show you how to attach and care for your hair piece and we can also trim it for a natural look. Whether you want to look your best for a big event or just want to take your everyday style to the next level, we have a variety of options that will work for you.

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