Buyer's Guide

Lace front wigs have a very unique construction that give them a certain quality that standard wigs just can’t compete with. They are made with a process called “ventilation” in which fibers are hand looped one by one into the front lace. This special patterning mimics the look of a natural hairline and gives the illusion of believably real hair.



Cap Size

First step in wig buying: CAP SIZE! Like snowflakes, no two heads are alike. They come in all different shapes and sizes. It is important you know your measurements when wig shopping.

Got small head? A large one? Well you can thank the heavens above because Pish Posh Wigs have adjustable caps that can stretch all the way up to 23” in circumference. I guess you could call us size queens.

Lace front wigs have a very unique construction that give them a certain quality that standard wigs just can’t compete with. They are made with a process called “ventilation” in which fibers are looped one by one into the front lace. This gives the illusion of a natural hairline.


Fibers

Not all wig fibers are alike. If you want to straighten or curl your wig, you’ll need a flat iron, and to do that without frying your fibers into an unsavory ramen noodle-like texture, you’ll want a wig with heat resistant fibers. Pish Posh Wigs uses Futara, a high grade Japanese Kanekalon fiber that has a sleeker and softer texture than standard Kanekalon. Futara fibers can withstand heat up to 410 degrees. However, it is best to keep styling tools like flat irons between 280 – 340 degrees to avoid changing the fiber’s texture.


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We hope that after reading this guide you’re all prepared for the exciting world of wigs that awaits you. Feel free to drop us a message with any questions you might still have about wig shopping!