We don’t just carry wigs…

we offer a wide selection of scarves, turbans, hats and wraps.

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halo wig hats

a halo of hair attached to the hat

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headscarves

ideal for injecting a stylistic twist to any outfit

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turbans

bring the romance of 1930s hollywood chic

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sleep caps

sleep hats are breathable and ultra-comfy

There are many head coverings available today that are made to not only be attractive, but also to feel secure when they are worn. Many of them are designed to provide more complete head coverage than standard hats. If you choose, there are bangs and "halos" of hair that can be added to create an even more natural look. Some turbans and caps are designed without back seams, to make them more comfortable for sleeping. A variety of decorative bands, rosettes and ornaments can also be added.

What To Look For In full coverage Hats

Full Head Coverage: If your goal is to minimize attention to a lack of hair, you will want a full coverage hat. This means that the hat will cover all areas of the scalp where hair normally grows. Full coverage headwear will disguise hair loss, and provide a sense of security (physically and emotionally). Look for headwear that extends all the way to the nape of the neck, and around the entire hair line.

Soft Material: For sensitive, bald scalps, comfort is infinitely important. Soft, smooth, and breathable fabrics will be most comfortable on bare skin. If you want to experiment with different, more textured fabrics, keep in mind that any hat that is not necessarily “soft” can be worn with a hat liner underneath to give a more comfortable feel.

Few Seams: Look for head coverings that have minimal seams with a comfortable lining, as the scalp can be more sensitive without the protection of hair.

Volume: Designs that offer some degree of volume at the crown or back of the head will give the illusion of hair underneath, if that is your goal.