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How to measure a wig

How to measure a wig|art show hair blog

Here are some tips for how to measure your hair you bought,

📩With a measuring tape, measured from the front of my forehead, along the top crown and down to the ends. Actually, my sister does the measuring since it's not possible for me to measure my hair correctly.

📩 When I used to measure, I would hold the start of a measuring tape at the front forehead hairline and have someone else draw it over the top of my head and then also down the length down the back, in the center, which is where hair grows the thickest, and longest usually (for most). I am not positive if this is precisely.

Hair Wig Lengths - How to Measure?

You may not think that length is that important but it is… wig length is a crucial part of the choosing process as the way the wig falls will determine how well it suits you.

In Art Show Hair online store, we have a wide range of options of 8-30 inches hair length. The picture below will give you a good idea of where a particular hair length may lay on you. And take in mind that this is only give you an example. You should take body structure and height into consideration.

Here are an image in detail to tell you how to measure our hair wigs and what straight hair, wavy hair and curly hair will look like on you in different hair length. When you measuring your hair wig, for curly and wavy hair, it should be stretched to straight when you measure the hair length.

The hair length should be from the head top to the hair bottom as the hair is straight. The curly and wavy wigs are processed from straight wigs, so in the same length, curly and wavy wigs will be shorter by 1-2 inches (it depends on how deep the curl is) than straight wigs. It is always a good idea to order the hair a little longer if you are not sure, as it can be trimmed or styled shorter.


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