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Generally, the best move is to buy a wig of hair density that matches the density of your natural hair. Otherwise, it will be easy for people to detect whether you are wearing a wig or not. A matching wig density will also ensure that you do not experience discomfort on the head or damage your scalp. And here're some common question about that, and hope it could be helpful while you select the favorite wigs.
What is the density of hair mean?
Unlike hair thickness (which measures individual strands of your hair), hair density looks at strands collectively as a group. It is based on the amount of strands per square inch on your scalp, or the measurement of how densely packed your hair follicles are.
What's the differences between 130%, 150% and 180% density?
The most commonly chosen density is around 130%(natural), which is considered medium to thick, and more closely mimics the density of the average human head. Many units come pre-plucked, meaning they are less dense around the hairline and gradually get denser, giving the units a more natural appearance. 150% (Natural/Full), a nice density for ladies who want their hair to look natural with a little added fullness. A full style with a lot of bounce, body and movement. 180% (Heavy), intended for clients who desire a full and voluminous hair look. This density is heavy and for clients who like a full style.
Is 150% density good for a wig?
If you are planning to purchase a curly hair wig, a 150% density wig is the best option. This wig density not only makes the wig look more natural, but it also makes the natural hair look more thick than usual. If you are experiencing excessive thinning hair, this density is the best option for you. And of course, if you want to have a full hair, just go to purchace the 180% one, it's a proper density if you like thick hair.