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This article brought to you courtesy of Debbie Petrie, The Wig Gallery, Portland Tribune Insider Expert.

Debbie Petrie

First, consider the type of hair you would like your wig to be, human or synthetic. Human hair looks more realistic and can be dyed. Synthetic hair is less expensive.

Choose a color close to you own hair, maybe a little lighter but never darker. Hold it near your face in natural daylight to make sure you don't look washed out.

A shorter wig is easier to wear, especially when it is warm. Make sure you choose the right length for your lifestyle. Long hair is fun but requires more brushing and time to style.

The size is important to avoid the bushy, wiggy look. Our experts will help you with sizing.

Finally consider the construction of the cap. A lace or silk front part of the wig can be designed with or without a designated parting. The knots in the base are invisible because they are embedded in the silk or lace with a more scalp-like appearance.

At the Wig Gallery we can help you with this important decision. Since it is such a personal item, we want to ensure you the one on one time with an expert that you deserve and need. Most of our business is medical hair loss which why we offer private fitting rooms for your privacy and convenience. Call the Wig Gallery today for an appointment and we can help you with the look you want at a price you can afford.

The Wig Gallery

8401 NE Halsey St.

Portland, OR

503.253.5680

www.thewiggallery.com

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