About Wigs

Below we try to provide you with a lot of information to help make your wig selection easier.  Generally speaking, in the wig world, what you pay for is what you get in relation to quality and durability.  There are costume wigs – for dressing up, mannequin wigs for shop mannequins, cheap fashion wigs (these you can pick up rather cheap and will last a few wears before matting or loosing their colour, or shape) and then there is your quality fashion wigs and/or medical wigs which are made with quality, durable products/fibres making them more hardy and longer lasting.  Unless you are in our costume wig section then all our wigs are quality fashion wigs.

What’s The Difference Between A Synthetic Wig, A Heat Defiant Wig And A Human Hair Wig?

The difference is the hair (fibres) and what they are made from.

Synthetic Wigs:  Quality synthetic wigs are made with synthetic hair strands made of modacrylic fibre.  Modacrylic fibre is soft, shape retentive, quick drying, non-allergenic, easy to dye (on manufacture), flame resistant (unless exposed directly to flame), resistant to moths and mildew and chemicals, thus making this fibre ideal for wig making.  Synthetic wigs are very easy to look after and on manufacture have been pre-coloured and pre-set so the waves/curls etc will be there wash after wash if the proper washing/caring instructions area followed, thus making them very low maintenance.  Due to their easy care and good value we highly recommend these wigs for women who need a wig for fashion or for those who require a wig for a short time eg short term hair loss due to medical reasons eg chemotherapy, cancer treatment etc. (Please note these wigs cannot be dyed or curled (other than on manufacture) but you can have your hairdresser cut/trim a synthetic wig should you need to adjust the length/style.)  A quality synthetic wig will start from around $200 and will give you a wig that will look like ‘real hair’.

Heat Defiant (HD) Wigs:  HD wigs are synthetic wigs with advanced fibre technology that allows you to apply heat to the fibre.  HD wigs combine the easy wearability of synthetic wigs with the flexible styling of human hair wigs.  Using heat defiant fibres our HD wigs are designed to give you the power to reinvent your look day after day as you can blow dry, flat iron, crimp and curl HD wigs just like natural human hair.  The HD fibres can be styled with heat up to 350o F/176oC (make sure you know how hot your heating implement goes as higher than this can/will damage your HD wig).  HD fibre, with its ultra fine denier and true-to-life feel, is more luxurious and realistic than any other synthetic hair on the market.  Because of the silky texture and resilient structure of this technologically advanced fibre, HD wigs capture the natural sheen and glossy touch of healthy human hair.  If you like playing with hair and changing your hair style eg straight one day, curly or wavey the next, then the HD wigs are for you.  HD wigs start at around $260

Human Hair Wigs:  These wigs are made from human hair and are available in non-remy (cuticle not attached) and remy (cuticle attached).  Remy hair is the highest grade human hair because the cuticles are kept intact which assures proper hair alignment when the wig is made (the way the hair was originally attached to the head).  Due to their proper hair alignment, remy wigs look and move extremely natural producing a more softer, silkier look and are less likely to tangle.  Human hair wigs have to be continually set and styled like real hair and therefore require high maintenance and for this reason we don’t recommend them for those going through chemotherapy (as you just don’t know if you are going to up for it or not).  We recommend human hair wigs for those looking for a long-term wig solution including those with long-term medical conditions eg alopecia, stress, trauma, female or male pattern baldness etc.  Human hair wigs start around $550

What’s The Difference Between The Different Types Of Wig Cap Construction?

Classic Wigs;  These wig caps (what the fibre is sewn onto) are made of traditional cap construction with a full lace crown.  These wigs generally have a little more hair in and are generally a bit more warmer than the open wig caps.

Open Wig Caps:  These include our O’Solite range and are similar to the traditional cap construction with the exception that the crown is open cap thus allows for ventilation for maximum scalp cooling. These wigs weigh up to 50% less than traditional (classic) wigs by the use of lighter materials and machine-back open cap construction (also referred to as “caplets”), eliminating the pressure and friction you might feel from a heavier traditional wig.  These wigs provide maximum comfort with minimum weight.  If you don’t have a hard part then these wigs are good for you but if you have hair loss you may also want to think of looking at the monofilament wigs as these are a little more comfortable.

Monofilament (Mono) Top Wigs:  The construction of these wig caps utilises a monofilament top which consists of a very fine mesh material that takes on the colour of the wig wearer’s scalp, thus giving the illusion that the hair is growing from the person’s head.  Monofilament wigs are a little dearer than the traditional cap and open cap construction as each individual strand of fibre is hand-tied into the monofilament top enabling the hair to move and swivel freely, just as hair moves when growing from a follicle.  The mono tops are good for women who wear a hard part in their hair and are also good for women who have lost their hair due to chemotherapy as they are more comfortable and softer to wear and can give you a more flatter look if that is what you are used to.  Some wigs have a mono part that will allow the wig to be parted only on the side the monofilament part is on.

SmartLace Wigs:  The SmartLace wigs are super-stylish and unbelievably natural.  They consist of a fine welded lace front that will conform to the shape of your forehead allowing for maximum versatility and the most secure fit available.  No tape or adhesive is necessary.  Each individual hair is hand tied to the lace creating the illusion that the hair is growing from your own hairline.  In addition, the fine lace front is smooth and soft so you won’t have to worry about scratching or irritation.  Because the lace is so fine you are able to trim, if necessary, to fit your own hairline without fear of the material unraveling, stretching, or losing its shape.

Hand-Tied:  Each hair is individually hand tied onto the wig cap creating the appearance of complete natural growth.

Are There Different Size Wigs For Different Size Heads?

Yes there are.  Firstly, it should be noted that all wigs come with adjustable tabs to tighten and loosen.  But wigs do come in 4 different sizes - Children, Petite (small adult), Average and Large.  If your head is not of average size (and the majority of people are average) then you are limited with your options in wigs as there are not as many options in the other sizes.  Wigs can be sewn in to a certain extent but it is best to try to get your wig in a size suited to your head.  Have a look at the list before for wig sizes.

Wig Cap Measurements:

Child:   (around head) 20" (front to back) 12" (ear to ear) 12"

Petite:   (around head) 21" (front to back) 13 1/4" (ear to ear) 13"

Petite/Average:   (around head) 21 1/4" (front to back) 13 3/4" (ear to ear) 13 1/4"

Average:   (around head) 21 1/2" (front to back) 14 1/4" (ear to ear) 13 1/2"

Average/Large:   (around head) 22 1/4" (front to back) 14 3/4" (ear to ear) 13 3/4"

Large:  (around head) 23" (front to back) 15 1/2" (ear to ear) 14"

I Want A Wig Similar To My Current Hair Style

That’s not a problem. Our wigs are very versatile, and many different looks can be obtained from just one wig.  Often, though not always, the part can be changed if there is one or it can be eliminated if need be.  The wig can usually be fluffed up for volume or combed in for a sleeker look.  If you can’t find exactly what you are looking for then choose a wig similar to the style you are after and use it as your base wherein your hairdresser can restyle it for you.  If a wig has a wave or curl in it then more styling options are available than straighter styles.

What Wig Style Should I Be Looking At To Suit My Face Shape?

Generally the idea is to create an oval looking face regardless of your head shape.

Oval shaped faces can generally wear any style wig as they have the optimum face shape.

Diamond shaped faces suits bob styles as these reduce the width of your face.

Round shaped faces often suit a shag or mid-length style with hair kept close to the face to give the illusion of more height in the crown.

Square shaped faces are usually suited to soft wavy hair falling down from the temples and side of face with some height in the crown avoiding one-length hairstyles.

Heart shaped faces suit chin length bobs, or longer styles with swept forward layers around the upper face and gentle wispy fringes.

Pear shaped faces suit styles close to the head to minimize the jaw-line, but a style that gives width at your temples and forehead.

Rectangular shaped faces require a bit of width and volume to soften face.

What Colour Options Do Wigs Come In?

Most wig styles come in at least 25 different colour options.  As well as using straight colours, we also have an outstanding colour selection that uses multi-tonal blending to replicate the vibrant natural shimmer of healthy hair.  Options include tipped, layered, streaked, shaded, highlighted, and rooted colours to give every woman the look she wants. Have a look at the code below for a description of each code’s meaning:

B:  Equally blended colour.

F:  Fashion colour collection generally with a deeper nape.

FS: Fashion syrup collection with a fashion forward flare.

H:  Colours blended with 20% highlight.

L:  Dark nape with a lighter crown.

R:  Darker root colour with lighter tips.

RH:  An exclusive colour blended with a 33% highlight.

RN:  A natural colour that achieves vibrant natural hues without dyes.

S:  Shaded/gradient colour starting at the base.

Do I Need To Buy The Wig Care Products To Look After My Wig?

Put it this way – don’t buy the wig if you’re not going to look after it properly.  The wig care products are important to keep your wig looking good and to give it longevity.  Depending on which type of wig fibre your wig is made of (see below for washing instructions) you will need a wig shampoo, wig conditioner, wig brush or comb, a wig stand for drying and storing your wig.  Do not use normal hair shampoo etc products on your wig as some of the ingredients can damage or coat the wig fibres which will cause your wig to take on a dull shaggy dog look in no time, thus shortening its life.

How Often Should I Wash My Wig?

You need to treat your wig as a delicate.  Thus if you over-wash your wig it will shorten its life.  If you were to wear your wig all day everyday then we would suggest you wash your wig weekly.  If you were to wear your wig say 2 full days a week then you would wash it approximately every 3-4 weeks.  If it is summer or you sweat a lot then you may need to wash your wig more.  In winter you might even get away with washing your wig less.

How Do I Care For A Synthetic Wig?

Synthetic wigs are easy to care for.  The quality fibre used in our wigs allows them to “bounce” back to their original style if maintained correctly, using the proper wig care products and by carefully following the instructions below.

Important:  For synthetic wigs DO NOT use heat (eg curling/straightening irons, blow dryers, hot styling tools, heated rollers or hot water) nor plastic combs or brushes as this can cause static, which causes frizzing/matting. 

To wash your synthetic wig you will need a clean bowl, wig shampoo, wig conditioner (revitaliser), a clean towel, wig stand and a wig brush.

  • Gently brush your wig thoroughly to remove any knots (starting from the bottom up so as not to pull any fibre out).
  • Fill your bowl with cold or lukewarm water with a dash of wig shampoo (if you use too much shampoo your wig will look greasy when it is dry).
  • Place your wig in the water and gently swish it in one direction (so it doesn’t knot) and then let it soak in the water for 5 minutes before swishing again.  Do not rub the wig or fibres.
  • Rinse the shampoo gently off in cool water.
  • Lay on a towel and pat dry gently with the towel to remove excess water.
  • Place your wig on a wig stand.  Lay longer wig styles on a flat surface when drying so the wet fibre does not pull out any curl/wave pattern.  Dry your wig inside out of direct sunlight.  DO NOT brush the wig whilst it is wet as you may permanently brush out any curl/wave in the fibre.  You can however manipulate your curls/waves by hand when the wig is wet to enhance them.
  • When your wig is dry spray with wig conditioner/revitaliser (2-3 sprays on a short wig and 4-5 sprays on a longer wig) and brush gently into the wig also starting from the bottom and working up.  This conditions the fibre making it more manageable and brings back the sheen.  If your ends or nape area are starting to look a little frizzed then ensure you spray these areas to prevent further damage. The conditioner contains anti-static properties that helps protect your wig from frizzing which can cause matting.  Frizzing/matting can be caused by rubbing (eg on collars, skin, fabrics, scarves etc) and sweat.
  • Once the conditioner/revitaliser has dried your wig is ready to wear.
  • After a few wears you will notice that your wig may start looking a little tired.  Place your wig on the wig stand and spray with the conditioner/revitalising spray to give it ‘a lift’ before its next wash.

Synthetic Wig Styling Tips:  Our wigs are designed that ease of handling and styling is one of their most important features.  Styling is very easy with either your fingertips or a wig brush.  Height can be achieved by gently lifting with your brush.  Your wig can be styled closer to the head for a flatter look.  If fullness is required, backcomb gently, then smooth the surface hair over.

When not wearing your wig place the wig on your wig stand.  If you will not be wearing your wig for a day or two then place a scarf over your wig so it does not become a dust collector.  If you need to travel or pack your wig away, then a shoe box makes a good storage option but ensure your wig is laid in gently and not folded.  Curled and wavey wigs can be stored inside out to preserve the curl.

How Do I Care For My Heat Defiant (HD) Wig?

With HD wigs you do have the luxury of using heat tools eg hairdryers, curling irons, flat irons up to 350o F/176oC.  We recommend only a wide tooth comb is used to style and/or detangle your HD wig.

To wash your wig you will need a clean bowl, wig shampoo, wig conditioner (revitaliser), a clean towel, wig stand, a wide tooth wig comb, a round brush and heat treat thermal spray if you will be using heat tools on your wig after you wash it.

  • Gently comb your wig thoroughly to remove any knots (starting from the bottom up so as not to pull any fibre out).
  • Fill your bowl with cold or lukewarm water with a dash of wig shampoo (if you use too much shampoo your wig will look greasy when it is dry).
  • Place your wig in the water and gently swish it in one direction (so it doesn’t knot) and then let it soak in the water for 5 minutes before swishing again.  Do not rub the wig or fibres.
  • Rinse the shampoo gently off in cool water.
  • Lay on a towel and pat dry gently with the towel to remove excess water.
  • Place your wig on a wig stand.  Dry your wig inside out of direct sunlight or alternatively dry with a hairdryer.  When your wig is dry spray with wig conditioner/revitaliser (2-3 sprays on a short wig and 4-5 sprays on a longer wig) and comb gently into the wig also starting from the bottom and working up.  This conditions the fibre making it more manageable and brings back the sheen.  If your ends or nape area are starting to look a little frizzed then ensure you spray these areas to prevent further damage. The conditioner contains anti-static properties that helps protect your wig from frizzing which can cause matting.  Frizzing/matting can be caused by rubbing (eg on collars, skin, fabrics, scarves etc) and sweat.
  • Once the conditioner/revitaliser has dried your wig is ready to wear.
  • After a few wears you will notice that your wig may start looking a little tired.  Place your wig on the wig stand and spray with the conditioner/revitalising spray to give it ‘a lift’ before its next wash.

Heat Defiant Styling Tips: 
Curling Your Hair:  Using a wide-tooth comb, comb hair free of tangles.  Take a 1"-1.5" section of hair (smaller sections = tighter curl, larger section = looser curl).  Spray heat treat thermal spray on the section.  Gather hair in curling iron, smooth through to the ends then roll up towards base.  Hold for 15-20 seconds, release curl into palm.  Holding curl in one hand gather up towards base and clip.  Allow curl to cool completely (about 5-10 minutes), remove clip and let curl hang naturally.  Hair can be combed (use fingers for best results), blend curl with hair. 
Using the Flat Iron:  Spray heat treat thermal spray on the section.  Take 1"-1.5" section, starting at least 2” away from the base slowly smooth flat iron down towards end.  Keep hair smoothed with comb behind flat iron.  Allow hair to hang naturally to cool.  If desired, blend into your own hair with your fingers.

How Do I Care For My Human Hair Wig?

To wash your human hair wig you will need a clean bowl, Argan wig shampoo, Argan wig conditioner, a clean towel, wig stand, a wide tooth comb and heat treat thermal spray if you will be using heat tools on your wig after you wash it.

  • Gently comb your wig thoroughly to remove any knots (starting from the bottom up so as not to pull any fibre out).
  • Fill your bowl with lukewarm water with a dash of Argan wig shampoo (if you use too much shampoo your wig will look greasy when it is dry).
  • Place your wig in the water and gently swish it in one direction (so it doesn’t knot) and then let it soak in the water for 5 minutes before swishing again.  Do not rub the wig or fibres.
  • Rinse thoroughly in cool water until the water runs clear.
  • Apply Argan wig conditioner avoiding the base of the wig (applying conditioner to the base of the cap may weaken the knots where the fibre is tied onto the wig cap).  Work the conditioner with your fingers to the ends of the hair.
  • Rinse the conditioner off.
  • Lay the wig on a towel and pat dry gently with the towel to remove excess water.
  • Place your wig on a wig stand. Lightly fluff with fingers and allow it to dry naturally.

Human Hair Styling Tips:  Using heat treat thermal styling spray prior to using any hot tools.  DO NOT brush wig while it is wet.  It is recommended that you do not colour or perm our human hair wigs or hairpieces.

How Do I Put My Wig On My Head?

You will develop your own technique but here’s ours:

  • Firstly note inside your wig at the back on either side of the label there are adjustable tabs for your wig which you can tighten and loosen as the case may be.  You need your wig to feel comfortable on your head – if it is too tight it will ride up or give you a headache and if it is too loose then it might come off.  So you may need to take the wig off to adjust these to fit your head.
  • Put your wig liner on your head ensuring any hair (if any) is tucked under your liner.  Your liner should be back past your hairline as you want your wig to sit on your hairline with no wig liner visible.  Make sure your ears are not tucked into the wig liner.
  • Hold the wig upside down with the label to the front.
  • There is a tiny wing or triangular piece on either side of your wig – hold your wig with a hand holding either wing or thereabouts.
  • Now bring the wig up over the front of your head and try placing it on your forehead and lifting it up and over your wig liner and down to the nape of your neck.
  • Ensure the wig is on your hairline (you can bring some of your fringe through to blend into the wig should you desire).
  • Ensure the wings on either side are level vertically and horizontally and then inside those wings there is a little piece of wire.  Place your index finger inside the wing and bend the wire gently in to meet your head – this gives the appearance that the fibre is growing out from your head.
  • Now with your wig brush or wig comb gently style the wig using your fingers to fluff etc as the case may be.  You really need to sit in front of a mirror and play with your wig as they are generally quite versatile and many different looks can be achieved.

My Wig is A Bit Baggy In The Crown Area

Not a problem.  If there is only a little bagginess then you would probably just ignore this unless it bothers you.  If there is a lot of bagginess then you can easily resize your wig.  Place the wig on your head and pinch the area together that is baggy.  Holding onto the pinched area, take the wig off and turn the wig inside out and with needle and thread (preferably a colour that doesn’t blend in with the wig cap so if you need to remove the stitches you can take them out easily), working from the centre of the wig out, tack these together where they meet at the vertical webbings. You may need to sew 5-7 of the vertical webbings (say the centre one and may be 3 either side).  If you’ve resized your wig because your hair fell out due to chemo, then you can resize the wig by removing the stitches easily and let the wig out again.  I would not recommend taking in more than 3 vertical rows as this could look noticeable when the wig is on creating a puckered look.

How Do Wigs Stay On Your Head?

Wig caps are elasticated and come with adjustments to make them tighter or looser so your wig should stay on your head as a hat would.  There are products you can use should you need to affix your wig more securely eg you were to go dancing etc, such as wig/toupee tape and glue that you affix to your head forehead then affix the wig to.  There are also chin straps (used if you are on stage a bit of a distance away from your audience as these are noticeable close up).  We also have a gel band that you can wrap around your head then place your wig over this.  This gives the wig something to grip onto.  If you have hair underneath your wig then you can also use bobby pins to secure the wig onto your hair.

How Long Do Wigs Lasts?

This is tricky as it is different for everyone.  Assuming you look after your wig as directed then human hair wigs will last the longest.  Shorter synthetic wigs will last longer than longer synthetic wigs.  Longer synthetic wigs that rub on your shoulders, on fabrics etc over time can matt from rubbing, friction etc.  Should matting occur, be sure to add your wig conditioner/revitaliser to this area but if it gets unmanageable then your wig can be trimmed up.

I’ve Lost My Hair To Chemotherapy, Stress, Trauma, Alopecia, Another Medical Condition, Do I Need To Get A Wig?

No you don’t.  But there are pros and cons and we’ll list them.

A minority of women will no wear a wig during their treatment and are extremely comfortable about this.

Having spoken to women whom have been unfortunate enough to have gone through chemotherapy treatment twice in their lives, who bought a wig for the second treatment having gone without during the first – they have said that wearing a wig made them feel more positive and better about themselves – like wearing an outfit that you know you look good in you makes you adopt a positive persona.  They also said that they could blend into the crowd rather than feel self-conscious wherever they went.  Sometimes a friend or family member has trouble coping with the cancer journey and wearing a wig stops it being a constant reminder to them.  So the choice is yours, but do what you feel most happy and comfortable about.

If the type of chemotherapy you are undertaking will make your hair fall out then we suggest you organise a wig before you loose your hair, that way when the inevitable hair loss happens (which still sneaks up and takes some people by surprise) then you will be ready.

When Will My Hair Fall Out Due To Chemotherapy?

Firstly, it depends on the chemotherapy.  Broadly speaking in the lead up to your hair falling out you may notice your hair condition change and your head may become sensitive (itchy, sore).  Your hair will start to fall out around 2 weeks after your first chemotherapy session and the following week there will be substantial hair loss.   We suggest you speak with your oncologist/doctor/specialist/nurse to get a more definitive answer.

How Long Will I Need To Wear My Wig For If It Is for Chemotherapy?

You will probably require your wig for somewhere between 6-12 months depending on how many treatments you are having and how slow your hair grows back.  In addition, it takes between 3-6 months before your hair will take to hair dye after chemo so if you don’t want people seeing your ‘greys’ I mean ‘silver’ hair then you may want to wear the wig during this period as well.

When Will My Hair Start Growing Back After Chemotherapy?

After your last chemo (and after each chemo) you will get some fuzz.  One month after your real hair starts to grow at its normal rate and by two months you should have about an inch of hair.

If the Wig Is For Medical Purposes Eg Chemotherapy, Can I Get A Rebate?

Depending on the type of health fund cover you have, you may be entitled to claim for all or some of the wig.  Please ring your health fund to check.  If you are entitled to a rebate then you will have to obtain a letter from either your GP, oncologist or specialist and take that letter together with our receipt to your health fund to get your rebate.

If you are a Gold Veteran Affairs cardholder then you are entitled to a rebate.  You also will need obtain a letter from either your GP, oncologist or specialist and present that to us so we can obtain your rebate.  We will need your Gold card details and the letter.

Do We Hire Wigs?

No, we do not hire wigs.  You are probably best to Google ‘Costume Hire’ or if you are a cancer patient then you need to contact your nearest ‘wig library’ which the hospital you are going through should be able to help you with.

Do You Buy Hair?

Sorry we are not wigmakers – we are wig suppliers meaning our wigs are already made.  You need to Google ‘Wigmaker’.

 

WIGS ON WHEELS MOBILE WIG SERVICE

Wigs On Wheels also offers a friendly, free and discreet mobile wig service that comes to you.  We have no advertising on our cars, our selves, our bags etc that would let on to your neighbours etc that you are purchasing a wig.

What Areas Do Our Wigs On Wheels Mobile Wig Service Operate?

This does vary but currently we cover all of Sydney including Sydney CBD, Western Suburbs including Blacktown, Nepean, Northern Suburbs, Eastern Suburbs, Southern Sydney (including Rockdale Municipality, Hurstville City Council, the Sutherland Shire, Wollongong City Council, Melbourne City and surrounding areas, Tasmania, Perth CBD and surrounding areas.  Please phone Head Office 0409317820 or 0404447167 for more information.

Why Have Wigs On Wheels Come To You?

  • Privacy is a major concern for many women.
  • No traffic hassles.
  • In the comfort of your own home. 
  • You get to choose when we come to you.
  • You have the option of family or friends attending.
  • This Goes With That:  A lot of women like to be able to try a wig on and see what it looks like with a certain hat, scarf or outfit or with their favourite lipstick etc.  At home you can do this.  
  • A wig's true colours will show more in the daylight - at home you have the ability to step outside or perhaps to a sun lit room so you can see the colour better.
  • Personal Service:  When Wigs On Wheels ladies attend appointments we usually leave as good friends.  We are a friendly and compassionate service who cares about you and your wig journey.  Choosing a wig with us is often done over a cup of coffee and a chat in a relaxed, unrushed atmosphere.  

Regardless of the circumstances to which you are in need of a wig, selecting a wig is a very big deal and this relaxed, unrushed atmosphere is important.  We want you to feel as comfortable as you can and enjoy your wig experience.

How Do I Go About Making A Wig Appointment?

Please click HERE???? to contact your area Wigs On Wheels representative to arrange an appointment.  Generally, we can usually fit you in the next few days of receiving your call.  Appointments generally take about 2 hours so do allow yourself enough time so as not to have to rush.  Please note, although we really want to help please do not call us out if you are just shopping about for a wig, as time is precious and there are ladies out there who do need us more.

Do You Bring Many Wigs To Appointments?

We will ask you what you are after in relation to length, colour and style and we try to bring a large selection of wigs similar to that description for you to try on.  If you choose a wig that we have with us on the day you can have it there and then.  If you decide on a wig that we don't have in your colour (most wigs come in around 25 colours), then we will order your wig in and this usually takes around a week to 10 days to get.

Do You Carry Any Other Products?

We carry a large range of headwear including Beaux Chapeaux, Jon Renau, Christine and Rigon consisting of brands sleep caps, turbans, sports scarves, sun caps, scarf grips, headwraps and elasticated scarves.  These are usually items you cannot buy in the shops, specific for hair loss.

What Method Of Payment Do You Accept?

We accept cash or cheques.  Please note we do not have any credit card or EFTPOS facilities.  If buying off our internet site, we accept PayPal.

 

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