Dallas, Texas, April 14, 2012- Wigs.com is the ultimate hairstyling destination, giving clients the option to have a short bob today and surprisingly long, bouncy curls the next. Their newly available 2012 Spring Collections provide huge variety to satisfy discerning women who use shifting hair trends to accentuate their personal style. Leading the Wigs.com portfolio is the monofilament category, which provides light-weight and comfortable options for those with a more sensitive scalp.
There are many existing misconceptions about what exactly is considered a monofilament wig. It is important to understand the word ‘monofilament’ helps to identify the way in which the wig is constructed and not necessarily the materials used. It describes a natural looking wig with a shear nylon fabric that closely resembles the scalp. The monofilament top gives the appearance of your own hair growth with a natural fullness and volume contributing to give it beautiful life-like movement.
Monofilament wigs are constructed using two different methods that produce similar results. The techniques ensure the wig is almost undetectable, allowing the wig to be parted and styled in multiple directions. With this illusion of natural hair growth and a shear cap that blends with most skin tones, you will completely forget you are wearing a wig.
The first method is hand-tied construction where each individual hair strand is stitched to the wig’s cap. These strands mimic natural hair growth, and are a main contributor to the realistic look because they allow hair movement to begin at the scalp. Another advantage to this technique is each hair is secured tightly to the cap reducing the amount of shedding.
A second way of constructing monofilament wigs is the machine-sewn method. These wigs produce the same advantages of hand-tied construction, but at a more affordable price point. While the machine-sewn wigs use small groups of hair to replace the single strand hand-tied, the only difference is a slight reduction in natural movement. With all
Monofilament Wigs in 2012 Spring Collections
these advantages, it’s not hard to understand why monofilament wigs are such a popular category.
Wigs.com is proud to announce the availability of exciting new lines, styles and colors in their 2012 Spring Collections. These wigs come to us from some of the top names in style and fashion like Jon Renau and Raquel Welch. From the short, sassy layers of the Finale by Raquel Welsh to the long, wavy style of Louis Ferre’s Tribeca Spring, there are beautiful, realistic monofilament options for any wig enthusiast. Consumers are sure to find their favorite attributes included in this extensive collection at Wigs.com
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