Hair Toppers for Women
Hair Toppers for Women
Before jumping into the main topic, let us first understand what hair toppers are. A hair topper is just what its name suggests. It is a way to cover the top of your head. What good would that do? Well, a lot of people suffer from what's called "partial baldness." Such baldness usually occurs in the top region of the head. It's embarrassing for loads of people who suffer from this. Hair toppers cover only that head region, making it as if there is no problem whatsoever. And there are hair toppers for women and men alike. Note that this product is only for those having partial baldness or those with thinning hair. And that it is not for the completely bald.
Now that we've covered the basics of a hair topper, let's move on to its types for women. First off, hair toppers for women are classified based on their base. It's obvious. I mean, what else is structurally different than the bases?
Bases of Hair toppers for women:
There are three main types of bases of human hair toppers for women.
1. Monofilament Base: Monofilament refers to a "single strand." More specifically, it is a translucent, durable mesh on which each hair strand is individually tied. For a double-layer, the mesh is sewed onto another layer of fabric, like silk. It gives the base a more real-like appeal. The mesh allows for breathability, but a reduction of this occurs in a double-layer.
2. Lace Base: Here, each hair strand is tied to lace material. What is the difference between the mesh in the monofilament base and a lace material? Well, for one, the mono base has pores tiny than that of the lace base. The mesh then resembles a scalp more than a lace base. However, due to the large holes, the lace material provides more ventilation. And it gives the most realistic hairline.
3. Silk base: A silk base is by far the most genuine-looking base out there. The knots the hair makes when tied to the lace are apparent from a distance. Therefore, there is an addition of a second layer (the silk). It hides the knots underneath while keeping the rest of the hair above. Thus, giving an illusion of hair growing from the scalp.
Other than choosing the types of hair topper, you also have to select the length, color, size of the base, and the style of the topper, which is pretty straightforward.