Many people may feel that the combination of glasses and wigs can be uncomfortable and insecure. However, we know that for many people, wearing glasses is a necessity, some glasses can be used as a styling accessory, or sunglasses are essential for eye protection. Therefore, we will tell you some tips and advice on how to wear wigs with glasses comfortably, easily, and stylishly.
How to wear wigs with glasses?
1. Measure your head
If you plan to wear wigs with glasses, we recommend that you make sure the wig fits your head well. When measuring your head thoroughly, make sure the ear tabs are in the correct position and are not too low to interfere with your glasses.
2. Tuck the arms of the glasses under the wig ear tabs
One of the most common ways to wear a glasses with wig is to wear the glasses under the earmuffs. Tuck your glasses neatly under the ear tab and your glasses may feel snug and secure. Doing this will also hold the glasses firmly on your face.
3. Put the glasses on top of the wig ear tabs
If it feels weird or uncomfortable to tuck the arms of your glasses under the ears of your wig, then wearing your glasses over the ear tabs may be the right thing to do for you. Some wig wearers find this more comfortable and feel more confident that the look and fit of the wig will not be compromised.
4. Adjust the metal wig stays
Metal stays on your ear tabs are great for holding the wig in place, but they can be tricky when placed next to or near glasses. You can push the glasses holder up slightly to create a more comfortable space for your glasses. Or, if your ears are open, you can prop the glasses through the small openings in the ear tabs to ensure a secure fit. However, please do not force the glasses through or you risk breaking them.
There are no hard and fast rules on how to wear a wig with glasses, so feel free to experiment and see what works best for you. The most important thing is that you feel comfortable and confident.
Some tips on wearing wigs with glasses:
Thin-frame glasses will give you more room to maneuver but are also more susceptible to damage.
For those of you who regularly wear glasses, it might be a good idea to consider opting for an arm's length that's a millimeter or two longer than your usual glasses.
When you try a new way to wear a wig with glasses, don't give up on it right away, and keep it for a while to allow yourself to get used to it.
You can use scissors to snip some loose hanging hair so that it hangs nicely over the arms of your glasses for a more natural look.