Hair Loss

Anyone with hair loss who wishes to cover up thinning areas or baldness
on the scalp may desire a hair topper or a wig. This type of hair loss can
occur as a result of aging, alopecia, certain medications (like chemo),
stress, trichotillomania and many other conditions. Please refer separate
section for wigs.

What is A Hair Topper?

A hair topper is designed to conceal hair loss at various stages and
different areas of the scalp, and can also be made to add volume to fine or
thin hair. Hair toppers come in many shapes and sizes. They are a great
alternative to a full wig for women with thinning hair.
When shopping for a topper one thing to keep in mind is that there is no
one size fits all solution.
With toppers, you are able to uniquely address your partial hair loss needs.

What does a Hair Topper achieve?
The primary purpose of toppers is to add volume to your hair as well as
conceal patches of hair loss. Hair toppers can significantly change your
look as well as conceal thinning hair or balding patches seamlessly. Not
everyone who wears a topper has hair loss.

Who Needs a Hair Topper?
If you feel that your hair is lacking volume, a topper can not only help
disguise areas of hair loss, but add the look of fullness to your existing hair
as well.  Some women wear toppers to balance out lengthy extensions by
adding more hair to the top of the head with a hairpiece.
How to Wear Your Hair Topper

Once you have found your perfect hairpiece, you’re ready to clip it in and go!
Prepare & Position

Open all clips on the underside of the topper. Place the front edge of the topper
approximately 1-2 inches from the front of your hairline, positioning it over the area of
hair loss, and secure the front clip.

Secure & Style

Place light pressure over the top of the hairpiece and run your fingers over the length of
the base to secure the back clip(s). Keep the base pulled tight across the top as you
secure any side clips.Style and blend hair as desired.