Many cancer patients face hair loss due to medical treatment. As a result, they decide to wear a wig until their hair starts to grow back. However, with the growing number of wigs on the market, how do you choose the right medical wig?
Although you can go to a store that offers privacy and individual attention. There’s actually a better way. That is, schedule a one-on-one consultation with Master Wig Maker Louticia Grier. Not only will your decisions become less difficult, but you also get exactly what you want.
After all, we’re certain that you don’t want any additional stress after experiencing hair loss. With the ever-growing number of hair loss situations, people are vying for Louticia’s services.
In this blog post, you’ll learn more about cranial hair prosthesis. And how to choose the right medical wig for your hair loss situation.
Who Wear Cranial Prostheses?
Individuals with temporary or permanent hair loss are candidates for a cranial prosthesis. Here are some conditions where choosing the right medical wig is highly recommended. Hair loss due to:
- Radiation Treatment
- Thyroid Problem
- Kidney Condition
How To Choose The Right Medical Wig
One of the many conditions such as alopecia areata may cause baldness. As a result, choosing and wearing the right medical wig is highly recommended. When selecting a cranial prosthesis, choose a style and color that is similar to your own hair. However, many patients use this opportunity to create a new, refreshing look.
You also should determine your face shape. This can easily be done by pulling your hair away from your face. Then, stand in front of a mirror and check the shape of your face. After that, you should be able to choose the right medical wig style for you.
However, if this is not an easy process for you, don’t worry. Louticia Grier is a cranial prosthesis specialist. Therefore, she will guide you through each phase of choosing the right medical wig.
To provide further assistance, take a look at the following face shapes when choosing the right medical wig for you:
Round. To create the illusion of a thinner face, choose a cranial prosthesis with height on top of the face.
Square. The hairstyle should be brought forward at the temples and jawline to narrow down the cheeks. For this reason, the ideal style for this face shape is an asymmetrical cranial prosthesis.
Oval. Given that this face shape is symmetrical, any hairstyle of cranial prosthesis works well.
Oblong. Curls and bangs towards the top of the face is best for an oblong face. Consequently, the face will appear shorter and wider than the actual shape.
Heart. Shoulder length cranial wigs as well as bangs slanted to one side are recommended.
If any of the above makes you feel overwhelmed, please do not stress. We are here to help you choose the right medical wig for you. For additional information about our cranial prostheses, call (619) 820-0290. Or contact us online.
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