1. Choose the right size

To determine the right size wig for you, measure the circumference of your head. From the front hairline, behind your ear, to the nape of your neck, to your other ear and then back to the front hairline.
Measuring the size of the wig head circumference.
From the forehead through the size of the circle above the two ears to the back of the head.
The distance from the top of the ear to the top of the head to the top of the ear.

2. Choose the right wig hat

The next thing to consider is what types of wig hat suit you best. There are three types of wig hat: mechanical wig, a Front lace wig, and a Full lace wig.
Full Lace Wigs are lace wigs. The entire wig hat is handmade with lace.
Lace Front Wig has only lace in the front of the wig, and the rest of the wig is made up of an ordinary mesh wig cap.
Mechanism wig: refers to the product that the whole headgear is used to machine the hair on the cap. A mechanical wig is heavier and less breathable.
From high to low permeability:
Full Lace Wig > Front Lace Wig > Mechanism wig
In order of price:
Full Lace Wig > Front Lace Wig > Mechanism wig

3. Choose the right color


Choose a color that matches your natural hair as it gives the illusion that hair is growing from your scalp. Most people have shades of color and gradients throughout their hair. Suppose you can't find the color of your wig. Look for a wig that is a ‘blend’ of two colors. Or ask a stylist to give your wig highlights and lowlights two shades away from the wig’s base color.


Consider choosing a wig with a match between skin tones. Dark skin selects dark color hair, light complexion selects light color hair. If you want to look natural, you can choose some common colors.