Hair Systems

In the ever-expanding hair loss market today, there are so many names for hair systems. These can also be known as hair pieces, hair replacement, integration systems, hair toppers and there are many others.

This can make it very confusing for clients because they can all be different types of thing and knowing what type of hair system or piece is right for you is very difficult.

Suffering from hair loss is bad enough but when you start your search for a hair loss solution it can start to become a very stressful situation.

My advice would be to do a lot of research and don’t book an appointment with the first person that pops up on an internet search. There are many people fitting hair systems but also many that do not have the qualification to do so. If these systems are fitted incorrectly, they can cause damage to your natural hair and potentially cause further hair loss.

Do your research; make sure the individual or salon that you are thinking about visiting is qualified to fit the hair systems.

Once you have found somewhere, they will be able to talk you through different options depending on your type of hair loss. Everything about the hair system should be explained to you including costs (make sure there are no hidden costs), how often you will need maintenance appointments, how to care for the system, how long on average the system will last and if there will be any restrictions on how you will be able to style your hair.

The hair system can be made from many types of material and again these will all vary depending on what type of hair loss you are suffering from and the preference of whoever is fitting it. Some salons will only offer one type while others will offer various systems. The bases can be made from mesh, silk, lace, PU (polyurethane) along with many others. The pros and cons of these bases will