Saturday, May 24, 2014

Full Wigs For Women

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Determining Your Face Shape For Wigs
When it comes to full wigs for women, there are a variety of factors that go into finding the perfect piece, including cut, color, brand and synthetic versus natural hair. One thing that most ladies forget, however, is face shape. Are you an apple or a pear? What are the proportions of your lips and cheekbones? How you answer these questions will determine what kind of wig is best for you, so here are a few tips for figuring out your face shape.


Round faces are the kind that collect weight in their cheeks. You may not actually be plus-sized, but your face itself is small and circular, so your cheekbones aren't very prominent and your chin isn't pointed or sharp. You'll want a long wig to draw attention away from the roundness of your features. Bangs can also help by adding visual interest to your face.


If you have a broad forehead that's in proportion with a strong, wide jaw, you're probably rocking a square face. Look for wigs with volume at the crown in order to give your visage the illusion of length. Whatever you do, avoid a wig that draws the eye to your ears; this will add width and make your face seem large and oblong.


Heart-shaped faces are in great demand, but they're much rarer than beauty magazines would lead you to believe. A true heart-shaped face is widest at the top and slimming as it goes down, much like an inverted triangle. You'll want to avoid wigs with short, choppy layers and anything that adds weight to the upper half of your face, which is already prominent. Balance is the key, so buy something that flares under your ears or below your chin.


Diamond faces have sharp, narrow features, usually in the form of ski-jump noses or jutting cheekbones. You'll want to soften your look with a nice full wig that doesn't accentuate your problem areas or "break" the eyeline. Layers are a no-go; so are most short hairstyles, which will only draw more attention to the sharpness of your countenance. Look for a wig that's long, thick, soft or curly.


One of the most uncommon face shapes of all, oval faces look good with almost any wig. If your features are tidy and well-balanced, and if your forehead is in proportion with your cheekbones and jawline, then congratulations. You can buy any wig you want and still look like a million bucks. Lucky woman!

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