Tips for Wigs

Wig with headbandTips to help you live it up confidently with your new wig

No matter what causes your hair loss, a wig really can help you look and feel like yourself again.

Whether it’s the results of chemotherapy for cancer treatment, alopecia, medications or something else, we take the fear of the hair loss side effect away and make you confident about you.

If you’ve just been diagnosed with cancer and will begin your chemotherapy and/or radiation treatment soon, typically hair loss will begin 10-days to 2-weeks after your first treatment. Not all chemo drugs will make you lose your hair, so consult with your doctor. If your doctor says you are likely to have hair loss during treatment, begin choosing a hair loss solution before your first treatment. Remember, most insurance cover wigs as part of your medical treatment and require a prescription from you doctor.

Wig Hairstyle by The Mane HouseFeel self-assured
Don’t fidget and fuss with your wig. Walk tall in confidences — own it! The right attitude is key to pulling off any hairstyle.

Personalize your look
Sure, you can wear a wig right off the rack and it’ll look Okay. Give your wig a customized haircut close to your current hairstyle and you’ll look GREAT! What looks the most natural is a style that looks like you and this makes you feel more confident.

Customize your wig
Don’t be afraid to add personal touches. Wear a headband, scarf or hair accessories. Be creative!

Purchase the right care products
Extend the life and beauty of your wig with the proper care products. The Mane House carry’s the specific products you’ll need for both synthetic and human hair wigs care.