Hair System – Introduction, Usage, Beneficiaries & Benefits

 Hair System – Introduction, Usage, Beneficiaries & Benefits

For those who suffer from hair loss and wish to appear to have full heads of hair without any medical intervention, non-surgical hair replacement could be an excellent option. Although it was socially awkward for some people, no one would notice the difference with new technology. A natural appearance is not a problem with improved manufacturing techniques. It is also crucial that hair loss consumers understand the existing pros and cons before buying a hair system. To begin, let’s define what a hair system is.

What is a Hair System?

Hair systems are hairpieces or partial wigs of synthetic hair or excellent quality human hair used to hide baldness or for theatrical purposes. Despite the association of hair systems with male wearers, many women use them to either extend their existing hair or cover a partially exposed scalp. The hairpieces are commonly called toupees or units.

Hair systems are often custom-made to the needs of a client. They are held to one’s head using an adhesive or an elastic band. A good hair system should achieve the perfect match to the hair of the customer, and it includes hair color, hair density, texture and straightness, etc


The base of a hair system mainly uses polymers, meshes, or a combination of these two. To be more specific, the mesh fabric provides a natural & undetectable hairline, and it’s very lightweight and comfortable to wear; While polymers are pretty durable and less expensive and are also very easy to attach.

The hair of a hair system could be made of human hair, artificial fibers or animal hair. European hair is the most expensive due to its softness, while Asian hair, which is dark & straight, is the cheapest because manufacturers have to dye or bleach it before coming into use. Moreover, human hair is very fragile. Even the most expensive ones require regular maintenance and need to be replaced over time.

The lifespan of them depends on different factors, including the type of hair, the material of base and your daily maintenance routine. For example, if you choose a French lace hair system, it might last for 4 to 6 months, but if you choose a 0.06mm super thin skin hair system, it may be used for only 2 to 3 months.

Who Uses a Hair System?

The emotional prospects of living with hair loss can be challenging. We usually have clients who suffer from hair loss due to different reasons; some of them had it because of genetic carriers, unbalanced diet, radiation, stress pulling, chemotherapy or any other various kinds of alopecia or scalp deformities. So, anyone struggling with hair loss can use a hair system to get a full head of hair without painful and expensive surgery.

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