6 Reasons You Should Include Wigs Into Your Protective Style Regimen

Woman saving moneyMoney Saver

Now you may have come across this subheading and wonder, “How in the world is wearing a Brazilian Remy Full Lace gonna save me money? Well thankfully, while the wig market offers much versatility as styles are concerned, they also have a price point for every budget.

Personally, I wear synthetic wigs which cost about $20-$30 per unit. I can get good wear out of these for about a month until I decide I want to start over with a fresh one. Having started wearing wigs, I have been able to go longer between wash days and save a lot of dinero by not having to use a lot of product.

For those who are heavy handed with products like I am, you will also see a difference in how much money you are able to save by not buying gallon sizes of conditioner and less frequent visits to the hair salon.

Protection

I believe the protection a wig provides has to be the best reason it should become a part your protective style regimen. I must testify that my hair would not be where it is today if I had not started protective styling with wigs. Yes, I have done many other protective styles that were cute, yet time consuming.

Also my adult A.D.D. would kick in and I was ready to change a fresh style 3 days later. By no means am I saying wigs alone will make your hair grow and make it healthy but it does aid in the process of a healthy hair care journey.


No more bad hair days

Lastly, every woman’s dream relaxed, natural, or what have you is to make bad hair days a thing of the past. We have all had our share of attempting cute styles on Youtube that turned out “not so cute” on our own head, and wished to disguise the misfortune.

I have done this too many times to count, as my hair has a mind of its own. A wig as a protective style saves you from having to problem solve any more hair fails and ensures your hair will always be on fleek.

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About Erickah


Hi, my name is Erickah and I am a 22 year old college student with a love of graphic design, marketing, teaching, and hair care. I have been on my hair journey since 2009, and what a ride it has been. My hair has been through many stages of relaxed, transitioning, to where I am currently - Natural. I believe regardless of whether a woman is relaxed, texlaxed, or natural, the goal is healthy hair.

About Erickah


Hi, my name is Erickah and I am a 22 year old college student with a love of graphic design, marketing, teaching, and hair care. I have been on my hair journey since 2009, and what a ride it has been. My hair has been through many stages of relaxed, transitioning, to where I am currently - Natural. I believe regardless of whether a woman is relaxed, texlaxed, or natural, the goal is healthy hair.

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I still wouldn’t wear a weave. There are other ways to protect my natural hair without wearing a weave. I can put my hair in a halo braid, bun, Dutch side braid, etc. Weaves are usually for chicks who have trouble finding a good protective style.

Tianedra Bea Little

Wigs are good less manipulation my only problem is they always rub on my edges and thin em out :/

Jamila Kelly

Try a half wig. I can never get full wigs right especially not lace fronts, but half wigs are perfect

Tianedra Bea Little

I have a short Mohawk so I’m stuck with full wigs :/

April Rease

Not really you can still do half wigs get a satin headband and place it over the front. I do it all the time good luck

Tianedra Bea Little

The sorcery lol guuurrrrlllll in bout to try it