77 N. Miller Rd
Fairlawn, OH 44333

Conveniently accessed from Medina, Akron, Canton, and Cleveland. Located in the Miller Market Square Plaza only two blocks from Summit Mall and around the corner from Stewart's Caring Place.
Monday: Closed
Tuesday: 10am - 5pm
Wednesday: 10am - 5pm
Thursday: 10am - 5pm
Friday: 10am - 5pm
Saturday: 10am - 3pm
Sunday: Closed

Phone: 1-800-843-9447
April 18, 2019

Tips for Buying A Wig

1. BE CONFIDENT.

Own it, walk tall, be confident and you can pull off any look you want.

 

2. CUSTOMIZE YOUR WIG.

Your wig is like a designer suit. With a little tayloring, it can look great.

 

3. INVEST IN THE RIGHT PRODUCTS.

To extend the life of your wig and keep it looking beautiful, the right products are essential.

 

4. PLAN AHEAD.

You should always have two wigs to wear at all times. This way you have one to wear when you are washing the other one, and as a back up should anything happen to one of them. Rotating wigs also helps extend their life.

 

5. IT DOESN'T HAVE TO SHINE.

Sometimes synthetic wigs can look a little too shiny. Take it down a notch with a sprinkle of hair powder that you can brush through. Ask to see the Wig Wand at Wigs N' Things.

 

6. PERSONALIZE YOUR WIG.

Be Creative. Wear headbands and scarves. Add accessories such as clips and barrettes. People don't expect a wig to be accessorized.

 

7. BLEND IN YOUR OWN HAIR.

Apply the wig and then pull small sections of your hair out along the sides and front. This will create a seamless and really natural looking hairline.

 

8. STAY CLOSE TO YOUR STYLE.

A familiar style will help you feel more confident and make the transition from wearing your own hair to wearing wigs a good experience.

 

9. REMEMBER STYLING PRODUCTS!

Give your wig a salon finished look. Use our shaping mousse and hair spray to really define the layers and complete your look.

 

10. COLOR IS YOUR FRIEND!

Try different colors in the same style. If you've always wanted blonde hair, now is the time! Many people go lighter in the summer and darker in the winter.

 

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