How to cover hair loss
These are some of the ways I manage my own hair loss (and the ladies I work with). I have tested everything personally and write from personal experience.
Most ladies with menopausal hair loss do not need wigs. If you have some hair I always like to integrate this into a hair addition. If you get the right colour and texture the look is absolutely flawless. Also the less you are wearing the more comfortable the solution. Hair pieces can be made to cover any area of hair loss and there are unimaginable options available.
These are units that are attached to the top of the head, usually with clips and or tape. They are great for covering visible hair loss from the fringe and crown as well as providing extra volume for ladies with
very thin hair. They come in all shapes and sizes, hair colours and lengths. It’s best to match your hair against a colour swatch as it’s really important to get the colour right. Often it’s easier to colour your existing hair to match the colour of your topper.
Sometimes it’s hard to find a topper to cover your area of hair loss and in the right shade. If you only want specific areas covering, or have more difficult hair to match or can’t find the right length then it’s best to get a piece custom made. It takes around six weeks, but it’s well worth the time to get something that’s absolutely perfect!