3 Reasons Not to Buy a Wig Off of the Internet

I love the Internet for many reasons: I can look up anything I need to know, it’s a great bad_hair_day-656x429way to stay in touch with special people that I’ve met throughout my life, and I can shop around to find exactly what I want. However, those reasons also have big downsides: you could be reading information that is made up (or get completely paranoid over minor medical conditions), social media allows some unpleasant acquaintances to “friend” you and comment on every single item you post and shopping on the Internet can be quite misleading.

And speaking of online shopping, I’ve recently spoken to several clients who have tried to save time and money through buying wigs and hair pieces online only to come into my shop to get the product they were really looking for. Here are three reasons why you shouldn’t buy a wig online:

  1. What you see isn’t always what you get. – A picture may be worth a thousand words, but nothing speaks louder than when you can actually touch and see in person what a wig is truly like. It’s easy for online retailers to access photos from reputable wig makers and post them on their websites. However, when customers receive their orders, it doesn’t look or feel like what was promised.
  2. The value of a professional’s expertise. – Buying a wig can be a complicated process. Should you buy a human hair wig or synthetic? What type of wig cap is most comfortable for you? What type of wig best fits your lifestyle? How should you care for your wig? What style and color is most suited to your facial features? What if you want to change your style in the future? Look for a professional wig shop in your area to ensure that all of these important questions are answered before you make your purchase.
  3. You’ll need to try it on. – Like most people, I love the convenience of shopping at home via the Internet. However, there are a few things that I absolutely will not buy online because I’ve spent too much money on return shipping. Shoes, pants, and undergarments need to be tried on because their styles and size measurements vary too much between manufacturers (or even when brands update their products). I absolutely need to try these items on to ensure a great fit. The same is certainly true for wigs. You may love a chestnut brown bob, but there are so many factors that make each wig unique that trying it on is the only way of knowing that the fit, texture and color are right for you.

DSC_0128Many people turn to the Internet for wigs because they are either embarrassed to shop in store or they think that they can get a better deal. At Wig Works and Extensions for Hair Salon, we address both concerns. We have a vast selection of wigs and hair pieces that you can try on away from windows and where photography is prohibited. Moreover, when you purchase a wig from us, we cut and shape your wig for free to ensure that you have a custom hair piece that looks perfect on you. You won’t have to worry about return shipping fees, complicated refunds, or poor quality products at high prices. At Wig Works, our professionals will save you time and disappointment (and probably money) because we work with you to get the right wig the first time and every time! (And what Internet shop can promise you that!?)

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Real Hair vs. Synthetic Hair Wigs: Which One is Right for Me?

A variety of wigs are available at Wigs Works and Extensions for Hair Salon.

A variety of human hair and synthetic hair wigs are available at Wigs Works and Extensions for Hair Salon.

If you are considering buying a wig or hair piece, one of the first decisions that you will need to make is whether you want one that is made from human hair or synthetic hair. Here is a brief breakdown of the pros and cons of each.

Human Hair


  • There is nothing quite like the quality, look and feel of real hair.
  • It is more durable than synthetic hair wigs and can last up to a year.
  • You can change the style and color just as you would your natural hair. With synthetic wigs, the curl is set into the fibers and it can’t be re-colored.


  • Human hair wigs are quite a bit more expensive than synthetic ones.
  • Human hair requires more care. It will need to be conditioned since it doesn’t have the natural oils from the scalp moisturizing it.
  • It will need to be styled and refreshed more frequently just as you would your natural hair (especially in harsh climates).
  • It can be heavier than synthetic wigs of a similar style and length.

Synthetic Hair


  • Synthetic hair has made amazing strides in the past few years. With a top quality wig, you would be hard pressed to tell the difference between a synthetic wig and a human hair one.
  • It comes out of the box styled and ready to wear.
  • Many have “memory” fibers that hold curl and wave so you don’t have to worrying about frequent touch ups.
  • Since the fibers are made from plastics, it holds its style better during wet or humid weather without frizzing or going flat.
  • The color will not fade or oxidize as with real hair.
  • They are much less expensive than human hair wigs.


  • Synthetic wigs last from 4-6 months as compared to human hair wigs that can last up to one year (and heat friendly synthetic hair lasts about 2- 3 months).
  • With synthetic fibers, it is more difficult to change your style as with human hair. Many synthetic fibers will melt if you use heated styling tools on them and even those that are “heat defiant” need to be styled with extreme caution.
  • A poor quality synthetic wig can look shiny and unnatural.

While you may have done a ton of research, the best way to make your final decision whether a human hair or synthetic wig is right for you is to touch one, try it on, and discuss your lifestyle (budget, frequency of wear, and styling options) with a hair care professional. At Wig Works and Extensions for Hair Salon, we have hundreds of human hair and synthetic hair wigs in stock so that you can see firsthand which option will work best for you.

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How Do I Choose the Right Hair Stylist?

144448508Finding the right hair stylist is one of the hardest things in the world for many reasons. After all, the choices can be overwhelming (there are over 86,000 salons and barber shops in the U.S. alone!). Secondly, this stranger has the ability to make or break your look with just a few snips of their shears; the only way to know if you’ve found the right one is to actually sit in their chair and let them style away. So where do you even begin to find your hair’s soul mate?

One of the first things I do before I eat at a new restaurant is to check out a customer review site and this certainly works for salons, too. I love Yelp! because I can research just about any local business to see if it’s worth my time and money. All you need to do is go to the website, type in “salon” and your city, and a list will pop up with reviews, price points, contact information and a map. You can also sort by best reviews, most reviews or closest to you so that you can narrow down your options.

Secondly, you should assess any special needs you may have to see if a stylist in your area has the skills to address your hair issues (like if you have curly, thinning or damaged hair). Take note of your friends who may have similar hair struggles and ask about their stylist. You might consider calling the top three salons that you found on a review website and ask if any of their staff has experience in treating your hair problems.

Next, make an appointment for a consultation. During your visit, look around to see if the salon is clean and sanitary. Are clean combs brought out or is there hair all over the floor? Check out the waiting area. Have the clients been sitting there awhile? In addition, does it fit your budget? What types of products are they using? What does the price include (dry cut or cut and style)?

Finally, if you do decide to try out a new hairstylist, consider the following: is she rushed or does she focus on you to get the job done right? Does she listen to your requests and give you the style you described? Was she able to skillfully address your special needs and did she give you practical advice for maintaining your look?

It’s hard to find a stylist that is the full package. When you think about seeing this person every three months, the financial investment that a good hairstyle requires, and the time and misery that can come from a potentially bad haircut, it’s certainly worth the effort and research to find the right salon and stylist. Finally, the greatest stylist in the world can’t give you more hair like Extensions for Hair Salon can!

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Wig Supplies: The Importance of Using the Right Products On Your Wig

DSC_0047Have you walked down the hair care aisle of a grocery store or a big box store lately? It can be overwhelming! There are rows and rows of brightly colored packaging each boasting how it can protect hair color, preserve spring-like curls, prevent split ends, or add 50% more radiance. The options get even more complex when you walk into a beauty supply store or salon. The prices are higher and so are the promised results. Furthermore, if you have a wig which products are right for your expensive hair piece and what additional products are available to keep it in place and looking great? Hopefully this list will help!

Combs and Brushes– Use only wide tooth combs and wig brushes designed with unique bristles that are designed for wig care. Regular combs and brushes will damage your wig since they tend to tug and loosen the strands.

Shampoos and Conditioners – For human hair wigs, any salon quality product will work beautifully with your wig since it is made for human hair. For synthetic hair, use a shampoo and conditioner that is specifically made to cleanse these fibers.

Tapes and Liquid Adhesives – There are two types of wig adhesives: adhesive strips DSC_0122and liquid/semi-liquid adhesives. Different adhesives are used depending on your needs. For instance, daily glues can hold your lace wig in place until you decide to remove it at night and tends to be extremely secure and comfortable. It also dries clear for a natural hairline and you can sleep in it if needed. However, it will lose its effectiveness by the following day and must be reapplied.

Another option is the medium hold glue that can last between 4-7 days. Finally, long-term permanent glue is designed for wigs and lace wigs that will not be removed for several weeks. (It is also recommended to dab a bit of the glue on your skin first to test for sensitivity.)

Scalp Protectors – This is used to help adhesives work better, especially for those who have oily skin or need better adhesion during swimming or sports activities.

Adhesive Remover – Adhesives are obviously strong and you will need a solvent to help dissolve any residue from your scalp and to prevent damage from pulling on the wig (or hair loss if the adhesive is embedded in your natural hair).

Wig Caps – If you want to cover your natural hair with a wig, a wig cap covers your hair and prevents slippage.

hair careWig Stand – The best way to store or dry your wig is on a wig stand. There are many types available that help to ensure that your wig maintains its style and shape.

Wig Clips – Sew in clips have mini-combs attached for women who wish to clip in their lace front wig, frontals or wefts. You can clip your wig to your natural hair for a secure fit.

Finding the right products for the care and wear of your wig can seem intimidating. That is why at Wig Works and Extensions for Hair Salon, we have a friendly, knowledgeable staff that is excited to help you with all of your hair care needs. Come in today and we can help you to pick out the items that are just right for you!

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The Importance of Wigs, Extensions, and Hair Accessories After a Head Injury

sad-young-womanLife is full of the unexpected and many times I have found myself helping friends suffering from difficult situations that have resulted in hair loss. I feel both honored and blessed that I can help people through their struggles with advice, wigs, or other products that can help to rebuild their self-esteem.

I met Christina over 15 years ago at church. She is a dear friend and I wanted you to hear her story in her own words:

When I was 21 I was attending college and pursuing my dream to become a high school teacher. I worked at the Sac State library and made a group of wonderful friends. We would go out to eat every Friday night and then hit the mall or Target (we were certainly not the typical college party girls.)

One warm evening in September we continued our tradition from the past year and ate at a taqueria and headed towards Arden Mall. We were all laughing and joking when my friend who was driving turned to glance at those of us in the backseat. Unfortunately, she didn’t see the cars in front of us slam on their brakes and we rammed into them going approximately 40 miles per hour.

We were in an early 1980’s Ford Bronco and I was in the back middle seat. The problem with that was that this model of car did not have a seatbelt in that position. I flew into the dashboard and peeled off the top of my scalp like a too ripe peach.

I was rushed to the hospital, lost a quarter of my blood, and endured 30 staples and ten stitches to try and put Humpty together again (all the while begging for God to knock my unconscious. He didn’t). When I was admitted to the hospital, I pleaded with the nurse to cover the mirror in the bathroom. I was terrified to see what I now looked like.

The next day I was sent home and couldn’t wash my hair for a week. I stunk, I was a matted mess, and my sister and I would watch movies together as we picked out old blood and scabs from my hair. I finally gained the courage to see myself in the mirror, but the pain outweighed my vanity.

There is much more to my story, but through this tragedy I was continually blessed. I had a group of family and friends that loved on me and I did end up going back to school, getting my degree, and earning my teaching credential.

However, wounds may heal but the scars have certainly remained. I have a painful, horseshoe shaped reminder of that car accident and my hair is still thin. I went gray early (well, I’m still a natural brunette. The box does says “Natural Darkest Brown 18A). I also have a secret weapon in my pocket that I have always relied on: my friend Janelle Pullman. I have been in many plays at our church and Janelle lovingly provided all of the gorgeous wigs and hair pieces for our productions. During these performances, she would take me aside, work with my insecurities, and give me tips on how to cover my scar (which starts at the front of my hairline).

Christina today 18 years after her car accident.

Christina today 18 years after her car accident.

It has now been almost 19 years since my accident am I’m not sure what is going to happen with my hair. Regardless, I’m not too worried or scared. I have my friend Janelle and she has an arsenal of products to make me look my best. I visit her wig store and salon and I know that she is the best at what she does. I also know that she cares for everyone of her clients and will treat me with the respect and privacy that I need because of my medical condition.

What’s the best part? All you need to do is to walk in to Wig Works and Extensions for Hair Salon to get the same treatment. You don’t have to worry or feel insecure because they’ve seen just about everything and have a passion to help people look and feel their best. My awesome secret weapon can be yours, too!

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STOP! You’ll Ruin Your Wig!

DSC_0139Top Mistakes to Avoid When Caring for Your Wig

You’ve done the research. You’ve tried on a variety of caps, brands and styles. You’ve had a stylist cut and color your wig to perfection. Now please take special care of your beautiful investment!!!

Caring for your wig isn’t difficult, but many times people fail to follow the simple guidelines that we share with our clients for them to get the most wear and best look from their hair pieces. Many times we can repair the damage, many times we can’t. Here are some of the most common mistakes that we have seen in caring (or lack thereof) for a wig or clip in extensions:

  • Using the Wrong Shampoo or Conditioner – I cringe to think about the times when a client spends hundreds of dollars on a gorgeous wig only to scrimp on hair products such as shampoo or conditioner. You wouldn’t buy a Ferrari and drive it through the gas station car wash! Please buy only certified salon quality products that are gentle and nourishing to your strands.
  • Over-exposure – Too much chlorine or too much sun will fry your human hair wig just like it will fry your natural hair. Wear a hat or avoid swimming if possible.
  • Avoid DIY Projects – I get it; caring for your hair can seem expensive. However, taking shortcuts such as trimming your wig or dyeing it yourself could end up costing you more money if you irreparably ruin your wig. Unlike your real hair, if you cut it too short it won’t grow back!
  • Cautiously Curl – Frequently curling your human hair wig will dry out your wig justHRA%20-%20Human%20Hair%20Wig%20Care as it will dry out your natural hair. Also, heat can melt synthetic hair, so carefully choose what type of hair is best for your lifestyle. Heat Defiant HD wigs are the new synthetic fiber and can easily be ruined. So remember, always use a heat resistant spray like Jon Renau’s heat defiant spray and use a big tooth comb when caring for your hair pieces.
  • Tangled – No one wants to look like tumbleweed so take off your wig when you sleep, use only special brushes designed specifically for hair pieces, and brush carefully starting from the bottom to the top. Also, a leave-in detangler will help to avoid excess pulling and damage.
  • Proper Storage – Just like a shirt tossed on the floor, your wig will look like a rumpled mess if not carefully put away. Head forms are inexpensive or you may want to put your hair piece back in the original box or bag in which it came (however, it may not hold a style as well in the packaging).

If you are still unsure of how to care for your wig, please stop in to Wig Works or Extensions for Hair Salon. There are notable differences between synthetic and human hair wigs, and our experts will be more than happy to find the right one for you and give you the proper information to keep your investment looking its best.

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Summer Is Here!!! (Now How Do I Care for My Wig or Hair Extensions in This Heat?!?)

wet-hair-2Ahhh, summer. Don’t you just love it?! The kids are out of school. The temperature jumps up. Vacation plans are made… but wait a minute… can I wear my hair extensions in the pool or ocean? Will I get overheated if I wear a wig in the warmer weather? Is there a way to protect my hair pieces from the damaging rays of the sun? These are all valid questions and I’m sure that you have many more. Here are a few tips and guidelines to help you during the grueling days of summer.

  • While many prefer to choose human hair wigs, you may want to consider switching to a synthetic one during the warmer months. They tend to be lighter and cooler.
  • Think about how you want to style your hair. Short haircuts or long hair stylishly braided will keep your locks off your neck so you can feel the breeze.
  • Stay away from extreme heat. For example, keep your wig carefully kept in a box inside the car and definitely not in the trunk. The heat and smoke from grilling are also not your friends.
  • You may find that you’ll need to wash your wig or hair extensions more often during the summer months due to an increase in perspiration. Wash your hair pieces as you normally would (about every 4-5 wears), but avoid over washing them which could damage your investment.
  • Can you swim with a wig or hair extensions? Well, yes and no. You should avoid swimming if you have human hair extensions (especially if you are blonde). Extensive exposure to water (and particularly chlorine) can loosen the adhesive and dry out your hair. If you must swim and have high quality human hair extensions, apply a leave-in conditioner before you swim to protect your hair from chlorine and sun damage. After you swim, deep condition your strands with a regular conditioner and heat cap. Synthetic hair tends to hold up a bit better since it is a plastic-based product and doesn’t absorb the chemically enhanced water. Don’t wear a swim cap; those just pull on the extensions and loosen their grip. However, wigs are another story; if you have NO hair then you can either wear a swim cap that is fuller to mimic hair underneath or use tape to adhere the wig to your scalp.
    Some of the stylish hats that we sell at Wig Works.
    Some of the stylish hats available  at Extensions for Hair Salon and Wig Works
  • Wig technology has come a long way in recent years and there are many products to help you stay cool:
    • Wig liners and skull caps can absorb sweat and prevent skin irritations.
    • Gel bands lift your wig slightly off your scalp which allows sweat to evaporate and air to cool your skin. Moreover, gel bands will prevent your wig from slipping out of place.
    • Fishnet caps are naturally ventilated and lift your wig base away from your head. These are great because they fit any head size and will keep your wig in place.
    • Good ole baby powder is also an inexpensive option to absorb sweat without causing skin irritations.A leave-in conditioner is additionally a great idea if you are planning to be in the sun for any length of time. Hair tends to dry out in the heat, so this is a simple way to protect your wig or extensions. You might also think about adding hats or scarves to your fashion arsenal to guard against those damaging rays.

Just because it’s hot outside doesn’t mean that you can’t look your best. If you still aren’t sure which of the above options are best for you, feel free to drop in to Wig Works and Extensions for Hair Salon. We have a variety of products in stock where you can see what looks and feels the best for you. Summer, here we come!!!

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The Biggest Mistakes People Make When Choosing a Wig or Extensions

DSC_0079Wigs and hair extensions have had a bad rap for a long time and for good reason: there are a lot of mediocre products out there. Worse yet, there are sometimes good products that have been applied wrong or haven’t been cared for properly. Here are some of the biggest mistakes I’ve seen and ways that you can avoid becoming a “fashion don’t”.

  1. Skipping the professionals – Nowadays hair extensions are all the rage. Unfortunately, this also means that you can get them at kiosks in the mall, at chain beauty supply stores, or even through online retailers. The problem lies in that you don’t have the expertise or knowledge that comes with a certified stylist. The quality could be poor, the color might be wrong for your complexion, or it could look just downright unnatural.
  2. Cost vs. Value – There is one major reason why people choose to skip the professionals… price. They think that they can get a better deal or spend less on a comparable product. The truth is, a quality wig or natural looking hair extensions will probably cost you more than the ones you find at the mall, but the results will prove well worth the investment. However, with proper care a quality wig can well outlast a cheaply made one. Also, properly applied hair extensions can seamlessly and naturally blend into your own hair and last for many weeks.
  3. Find the right salon – Not all salons are created equal. Many times a cheaper salon DSC_0109compensates with poor quality products, inexperienced or low paid employees, and a short, limited time to spend with each client. What makes Wig Works and Extensions for Hair Salon stand out is that we have a highly trained staff who have years of experience focusing on hair loss needs. Many of our clients are undergoing medical treatments or have special requirements that we professionally and sensitively address. We treat each client as a valued individual and we want each one to walk out feeling confident and beautiful.
  4. Do your homework – There are countless styles and types of wigs available and it can get quite overwhelming. You may want to do a little online research to narrow down what you are looking for so that you can make the most of your salon appointment or visit to the wig shop. With different types of cap styles, human and synthetic hair options, colors, cuts, hair extension application methods, and a range of price points, it can definitely be to your advantage to have a style and budget in mind.

At Wig Works and Extensions for Hair Salon, we have the knowledge, experience, and compassion to help you find the right wig or hair extensions for your needs. We have an extensive inventory so that you can try on different types of caps or styles so that you can make the best, most informed decision possible. We make shopping for wigs and hair extensions mistake proof!

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Wig Myths Addressed – These Are Not Your Grandma’s Hair Pieces!

DSC_0127Wigs of the past have given modern day wigs a bad rap; they were course, hot, itchy, and you could spot them from a mile away. Fortunately, wigs and hair extensions have come a long way since the days of caftans and go-go boots. Those issues or concerns that may have been preventing you from trying this newer fashion staple are probably unmerited with the latest wig innovations.

Myth #1 – Wigs are hot and itchy.

Wigs used to have this problem because of the way the caps were formerly constructed. They were thick and heavy and didn’t allow for much ventilation. Now caps are crafted much differently and there are a variety of cap types to choose from to address your needs. For example, Raquel Welch is one of our top selling brands because of the comfort, construction and quality of her hair products. They feature cool stretch lace with patented Memory Cap II construction in the base plus a 1½” deep, virtually invisible sheer lace front for off the face styling.

Myth #2 – You can always tell when someone is wearing a wig.

If you’ve flipped through the pages of any magazine recently or watched an event on the red carpet, you’ve probably seen countless wigs and hair extensions without even realizing it. There is one reason why you don’t notice this accessory and it all boils down to quality. A poorly made wig is ill fitting, uses cheap fibers, or has the hair sewn in different directions. At Wig Works and Extensions for Hair Salon, we only sell quality pieces that look and feel natural.

Myth #3 – Wigs and hair extensions are too expensive.

While wigs and hair extensions can be costly, there are definitely some great alternatives out there to suit your budget. At the top of the line are hand tied, human hair wigs that can cost a pretty penny. However, you can

still purchase quality, great looking wigs and hair extensions at a lower price (but you’ll need to skip the kiosk at the mall and drive by the beauty supply store). Synthetic hair has evolved immensely in the past decade and many look, feel and move just like human hair but are at a lower price point.

Myth #4 – Wigs are too hard to take care of.

It can be intimidating the first time you need to wash your wig, but you need not fear. Just gently work out the tangles with a wide comb brush, soak your wig in a basin filled with lukewarm water and a bit of salon quality shampoo (if you have a synthetic wig, use a shampoo specially designated for this type of wig), rinse, pat dry, spritz with spray on conditioner, then air dry. Voila!

Myth #5 – Once I buy a wig, I’m stuck with that one style.

Many wigs can be cut, colored, and styled to your preference. It’s not like buying a one size fits all dress off the rack. We have an onsite salon where we can create the perfect hair piece to match the vision that you have in mind. Moreover, many synthetic wigs can even be curled and treated like human hair, so you’ll have a myriad of options to try.


Sometimes it can be difficult to overcome misconceptions, so I would like to invite you to come and visit Wigs Works and Extensions for Hair Salon. We have hundreds of wigs available in our store and our caring and knowledgeable staff can help you to find the perfect wig or hair piece to address your concerns. Whether your scalp is sensitive or your budget is limited, our variety of products can demystify former wig myths of the past.


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Wigs, Extensions, Scarves and Hats: A Guide to Head Coverings for Hair Loss

DSC_0020Hair loss happens for a variety of reasons including age, diet, medical conditions, or injury. Hair loss can also seem completely overwhelming; you may be trying to determine the cause, juggle medical appointments, or test a pharmacy’s worth of medications all the while searching through thousands of websites on the Internet to see what options might work for you. As someone who has journeyed through the difficulties of breast cancer and who has been in the wig business for decades, I have a lot of experience in this area and want to share information about some products that can make your hair loss struggle a little bit easier.

For those with mildly thinning hair, you might want to consider our variety of hair   DSC_0003extensions to make your pony tail a little fuller or to add some texture to a bun. We have thousands of extensions to choose from (including clip on, bonded, fusion, micro tube and tape in) so you can undoubtedly find one to blend in seamlessly with your natural hair.

If you have lost most or all of your hair, we would love to help you! We have an immense selection of wigs that look natural and can be customized to your needs. In our onsite salon we are able to color your wig and give you a custom style so only you will know that you are wearing a wig. In addition, it can be intimidating to see a wall of wigs and not know where to begin. We have a compassionate, experienced staff to help you find what you are looking for and that will explain how to use the products that are needed to keep your wig looking and feeling great including shampoos, gentle brushes, wig liners, or adhesives.

DSC_0018However, we also know that not everyone is looking for a wig or hair piece, so we offer a plethora of head covering options. We have head scarves in just about every color with lovely patterns that comfortably, fashionably, and securely protect your head. We also have a spectrum of hats from plush velvet to embellished baseball caps to suit your style. Some even have hair pieces sew in so you have everything you need in one.

It is also important to try on your wig or head covering to make sure that it has the proper fit. We have a special area for you to try on our products with great lighting so you can be confident in your appearance. We limit photography and have this area away from windows to protect your privacy.

At Wig Works and Extensions for Hair Salon, I have carefully chosen every product to give my customers and clients the best possible hair solutions for their lifestyle and budget. I am passionate about what I do and my goal is to make every woman feel her best.

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