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HOW DO I CHOOSE THE RIGHT TOPPER?

When choosing the right hair piece or topper, there are three things to consider:
1. Measurement
2. Type of Hair (Synthetic, HD or Human Hair)
3. Application 
We have a variety of toppers to address every stage of hair loss. First, measure your area of hair loss. This will help you determine the amount of coverage you will need. 
Second, determine the type of hair fiber that will fit your lifestyle. Synthetic hair fiber offers a low-maintenance option. The fibers have style memory, and they are a smaller investment. HD (Heat Defiant) fibers offer multiple styling options, as they allow you to heat style your hair piece, so that you can curl it or straighten it. Human hair has the most natural look and feel and offers unlimited styling options. There are Pros and Cons to each selection so please review those below to determine which hair fiber would be the best fit for you.
Third, choose your color and apply! When choosing a color for your topper, we recommend you order a color ring so that you can view and feel the colors and fiber in person to obtain the best match for you. (If you purchase a color ring, Wig Studio 1 will credit the full amount of the price of the color ring toward your purchase.)
 

 Finding the Perfect Topper is as Easy as 1-2-3! 

To address all stages of hair loss, there are a variety of toppers available in different sizes, fibers and cap construction. Follow these 3 easy steps bellow to find the perfect piece for you...
 
1. Begin with identifying what stage of hair loss you are in by measuring. Find the area of hair loss or the amount of coverage needed. There must be a sufficient amount of hair to attach the clips to, which is why measuring is so important. We recommend an inch perimeter.
 
Stages of Hair Loss
 
2. Determine what type of hair you want.
 
Pros and Cons of Different Types of Hair
 
3. Determine your coverage area and length and apply!
 
Jon Renau Topper Chart
 
  
Check out the video below to learn more!