The Best Wigs For Black Women
Writing about wigs for black women is easier said than done!
To make this page inclusive we think it’s best to mention that this page aims to help women of colour who have lost their hair, or who need to wear wigs and hairpieces and just want
the right wig that looks natural for their skin tone.
This information can be used by anyone as the essence of the page is about choosing the right colours.
The best wigs for black women and indeed all women of colour are those that
follow the TLC rules. We’ll focus on the texture and colour as these are the biggest signs that the hair you’re wearing wasn’t grown by your head. The right Texture, Length and Colour.
The growth either isn’t growing or is such condition that you don’t feel confident enough to wear it.
For many people wigs are a necessity not a luxury.
Our job is simply to give you the best possible information so that you can buy a Peruke that suits you; not one that suits a celebrity that you admire but don’t resemble.
The wigs on this page show the kinds of textures and colours you should look for when shopping for wigs for black women, whether it’s a full lace wig, a human hair wig or a synthetic wig.
Yaki straight is Alternatively you can choose the
the straightest hair texture you should aim for.
Anything straighter is beyond the texture typically found black women who relax their hair.
slightly softer texture of light Yaki.
So if straight hair is your thing, then Yaki is the way to go; it’s the most authentic looking texture for women of colour.
If you prefer something less straight than that, then go for The seemingly ubiquitous and
hair that looks like blow dried afro hair.
versatile kinky straight texture. If you’re choosing a
then choose the right texture of curls; curly texture for your wig,
Curly hair that looks like the same texture as Yaki hair.
After all, if you buy
then you can always use straighteners to go straight on the days you don't feel like being curly! a human hair wig
The darker you are, the darker your hair should be; The lighter you are, the lighter colours you can wear.
If you want to wear browns, go ahead, but go for multi tonal colours not one single colour.
So when shopping for your wig, be sure to take note that
the colour of the mannequin will suit the colour of the wig.
Your job is to make sure the colour of your skin suits the colour of the wig.
The colour charts on this page show the colours of hair that are suited to darker skin tones.
The most natural effect is to have a darker colour as the base colour (about 70 - 80% of the hair) but use one or two lighter colours for highlighting.
Again, we have to stress that these are just style tips for those wanting a discreet undetectable wig solution; not a mandate that you have to follow.
If you have a darker skin tone but really want to be a platinum blonde then go for it and enjoy your hair.
Your confidence will shine brighter than the wig!
There you have it. Easy Peasy and all solved on one page!
Wigs for black women explained in a nutshell.
Now you can buy with confidence knowing the colours and textures you choose are truly right for you.
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