Lace fronts offer a realistic scalp and hairline. Plus, you’re able to achieve various styles from silky bone straight to waist-length box braids. So, one would think that lace fronts would be the answer to all of our hair needs.
But to be honest, lace front fronts are relatively high maintenance.
Then, there’s all the plucking, bleaching, cutting, and gelling required to get your ideal look. So, it’s no surprise that some of us simply don’t have the time or skill to wear them.
This is why the reintroduction of the headband wigs is truly coming at the right time. Headband wigs wigs are an easy to wear hair accessory. In fact, it only requires that your natural hair is slicked back or braided underneath. Obviously, headband wigs are a good option if you’re not a pro at applying wigs.
Not only does it not require any clips, glue or combs, but it also tends to look more natural than lace wigs. And they’re trending like crazy!
We’re glad to see this ’70s fashion hair accessory making a come back. And with a modern update no less.
Many of us watch oodles of Instagram wig videos. And like us, you’ve probably seen these headband wigs all over your timeline. This type of unit is made with a piece of material at the wig’s base that imitates a headband.
To some, headband wigs seem to have just appeared out of the blue. In fact, their comeback is a response to lace production shortages during the beginning of the pandemic. Now, they have won over wig wearers everywhere, ranging from novice to expert.
So, it’s safe to say they’re not going anywhere any time soon.
This month we’re restocking and adding new items to our wig collection, including a variety of headband wigs. So, in case you’re wondering which unit to buy for your needs, swing by or call us at 661-723-0990.
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