Most people who are dealing with hair loss or bald patches have tried everything to conceal their condition. Many people have been suffering silently, not realizing that there is a simple, quick, and painless cure to hair loss that can produce noticeable effects in as little as two hours. In this case, we’re referring to a hair replacement system that is fast, inexpensive, and easy to manage.
No, they aren’t your average Singaporean wigs, toppers, or hairpieces. Professionally implanted hairpieces, known as hair replacement systems, look so much like your own natural hair that no one can tell the difference. Compared to a hair transplant, HRS is a much safer and more cost-effective option. It does not necessitate any invasive operation, such as surgery for hair systems.
Get started on the path to a more self-assured you now. You can use this advice as a starting point for your hair system. If you visit Armchair for the first time, you will never be pressured to purchase a package at that time. Before you buy your first hair replacement system, here are six things you need to know to make an informed decision and a solid investment in hair toupee.
If your hair has already thinned out or your scalp is showing signs of baldness, cutting away even more hair would be understandable—and rightly so. Because of hair replacement systems, shaving is no longer necessary.
There are a few reasons why shaving your head is a bad idea if you plan to use clipping or weaving techniques. There are disadvantages to these methods, such as making the hair look bulky, placing stress on the natural hair, and not having a secure hold on the hairpiece (especially with clipping).
Soft- or hard-bonding can be used for a more secure grip and a more natural-looking hair system. Complex bonding necessitates shaving the target area’s perimeter to a stubble length of only 1/8inch. Using the soft-bonding method is what we do best here at Armchair. Shaving the targeted area is not required for a hair replacement method. However, it is highly recommended for non-surgical hair replacement systems.
Hair that has not been chemically processed is known as “virgin” hair. To put it another way, the person whose hair was used to make this wig has never had any of their hair processed at a salon. If you want to add waves or volume to your virgin hair, you can do it by steaming or blow drying it.
Human Hair systems and their uses
For hairpieces manufactured from human hair, Remy’s hair is the best alternative. From human donors, strands of hair are carefully gathered so that the root is not damaged. Additionally, the orientation of the hair follicles is critical. The cuticles and the direction of growth of the strands are examined.
Three types of bonding are available.
Thinning hair can be bonded or attached to the scalp using four standard procedures. In the end, the ideal hair replacement method for you is the one that best fits your personality and lifestyle.
Hairpieces, wigs, and toupees are held together by hard bindings. The longest-lasting hair replacement systems are those that use strong bonding. Even in humid climates, complex bonding can hold hair systems in place for up to six weeks as per lordhair.
Assembled with care
Soft-bonding glues and tapes are just as secure as hard-bonding glues and tapes, if not more so. Flexible glues and sticky tapes are used in the soft bonding process. For up to four weeks, hairpieces that are fastened via mild bonding can be used.
To attach the hairpiece to the wearer’s natural hair, wig clips look a lot like miniature combs or tiny barrettes. To secure the hairpiece, clips are attached to the hair around the perimeter of the bald patch or thinned-out area.
For hair replacement systems, the weaving technique is distinct from what you’ve seen in popular culture. Weaving the wearer’s hair around the circumference of a hairpiece is expected in the hair restoration industry. The hairpiece is attached to the wearer’s hair by tying it in place.
All the hair on your head is unique. Skin sensitivity differs from person to person. And each person’s response to any hair loss treatment is unique. It’s essential to seek the advice of experts before deciding on a hair replacement system.