Hi there Fellow Wig - Wearers,

I was thinking of you all this morning and thought I'd share a little tip I learned.

Whether you have some hair, a little hair or no hair under your wig, this can help hold your wig in place if you are experiencing slipping of your wig, meaning your wig is being pulled back away from your front hairline. 

1. A wig cap is a great way to help keep your wig in place and prevent it from shifting.  A wig cap is also useful in keeping your wig clean, as it serves as a barrier between your wig and your natural hair or scalp. Wig caps come in different fabrics and colors so be sure to choose one that is a good fit for you and one that will match the color of your wig.  For example, if you have a blonde wig, I recommend wearing a light colored or blonde wig cap.

2. If you have some of or even a little of your natural hair under your wig, you can utilize wig clips (also referred to as toupee clips). Simply sew in one small wig clip on the inside of each ear tab on your wig.  Once you have your wig in place on your head, reach underneath the wig and close the clips sewed onto each of the ear tabs to your natural hair underneath your wig. 

This method will also work if you do not have any of your natural hair under your wig.  You can simply utilize the wig clips to secure the wig to the wig cap, rather than your natural hair to hold your wig in place.

I hope this information has been useful to you.  


Shine on! 




May 05, 2013 — Andrea Carlson