New Wig Length Chart 2022 - Saloneready Wigs
Wanna Know Choose Which Length Wig Can Suit Yourself?!
Here are the tip you can follow our guide below.
Please do not forget that curly hair will look shorter then straight hair because it is curly. The same length will look longer on a petite person then a tall one
(*If you are going for a natural look, we suggest between 14inch to 16inch. The longer the extensions, the harder it is to take care of remember.)
*Following is the wig length chart with inches and centimeter (cm)
Don't Know How to Measure A Wig?
Here are some tips:
Wigs are like fashion clothes, and you must choose the right one to bring out her greatest charm!
If you're a new beginner to the world of wigs, you may be overwhelmed by the sheer volume of information. When it comes to wig length, you only need to know one key measurement - the length of the hair from the top of the head to the tip at the back. This is where the hair is longest, and wigs are sold based on this specific length measurement. Grab a flexible tape measure, get comfortable, and we'll walk you through the process! ...
Method 1 1/2: wig measurement
1 Put the wig on a wig stand or a human head model. To accurately measure hair length on an existing wig, pull the wig cap onto a wig stand or mannequin. Adjust the wig so that the hairline is in the correct position along the top of the forehead and behind the ears. If you don't have a wig stand or head shape, lay the wig flat on a table or other flat surfac
2 Place one end of a soft tape measure on top of the wig. The crown of the head is the highest point on the back of the skull. Position this area on the mannequin and place the end of the soft tape measure there. If you're measuring the wig on the table, don't put the tape measure on the front hairline! Make sure to start measuring at the top of the wig cap. If you don't have soft tape, a straightedge can work on a pitch.
3 Pull the tape measure from the root to the back end. Find the tip of the longest layer on the back of the wig. Measure the length of the hair from the root (starting at the lace or "scalp" of the hat) to the longest tip. Wig lengths are usually measured in inches, but write them down in inches and centimeters just in case. This measurement is "finished length" which is the only length measurement listed on the wig website and packaging. Most wigs have shorter layers at the top, so measuring the sides won't give you an accurate length measurement.
4 Stretch wavy or curly hair from root to tip, measuring at the back. Gently pull on the wig to straighten it. Then, measure the hair from the root to the longest point on the back of the wig. This is the true length of the hair, as unstretched curls and waves look shorter than they actually are.
5 Measure the distance from the top to the end of the side to check the layer length. The layer length is not listed on the wig website or on the packaging, but measuring the sides gives a better idea of where the layers will fall. Measure from root to cusp, starting with the crown, just like before. You only need to measure one side as the other side should be the same length.
Method 2 Method 2/2: Length Options
1 Select where the wig hair will go. Think about the look you want and decide where you want your hair to fall. The hair at the back will be the longest, and wigs are sold based on this specific measurement. If you want a chin or shoulder-length wig, skip this step.
2 Place the end of the soft tape measure overhead. To work out your desired wig length, position the top of your head and place the end of a soft tape measure at that point. The top of your head is above the back of your skull, just before it begins to curve downward. This is the standard way to measure the length of wig hair. Using the same technique will give you the most accurate measurements for your wig purchase.
3 Measure the distance from the top of the head to the selected length of the back. Start at the top of your head. Measure the desired length from the root to the back. If you want a straight wig, record this measurement in inches and centimeters. If you plan to buy a curly wig, add 1-2 inches (2.5-5.1 cm) to the length. It's important to measure yourself first rather than choosing a standard wig length such as "long" or "medium" A 20" (51cm) wig might work for tall, skinny people, but it can totally overpower petites people. When it comes to the actual shape of a wig on a person, overall height, neck length, and torso length play an important role. If you are tall and thin, the wig will look shorter than it actually is.
4 Part your hair and measure from crown to chin for a wig that grows to the length of a bob. For BOB and chin length hairstyles, part the hair down the middle. Then, place the end of the tape measure on top and the center part down. Instead of measuring the length of the back, stretch the tape to the sides. Measure the length where you want your hair to fall. Be sure to measure directly! Do not put tape on your cheeks or chin. Shorter wigs tend to accentuate the length of the neck. If you have a short neck, this can be a good thing. If you already have a long, thin neck, you probably don't want to accentuate this feature. If you want a curly wig, add 1-2 inches (2.5-5.1 cm) to the measurement.
5 For the shoulder-length style, pull the tape from the top of the head to the shoulder blades. Part your hair down the middle. Then, place one end of the tape measure where the center section meets the top of your head. Pull the tape measure aside and let it drop vertically until it touches your shoulder blade. Determine the exact length you want and write down the measurements in inches and centimeters. Most shoulder-length wigs are 14-18 inches (36-46 cm) in length. If you think about it, that 4 inches (10 cm) difference is huge! This is because "shoulder length" or "medium length" is not a one-size-fits-all category. The length of wigs can vary greatly depending on height, facial structure, and body shape. If you want a curly wig, add 1-2 inches (2.5-5.1 cm) to the measurement. Choose a wig according to your lifestyle. See if the length of the wig you are wearing will be comfortable for you.
It's important to measure your length before wearing a wig, as wigs can look different based on height, body shape, and facial structure. For example, if you have a narrow face and a long neck, wearing a 14-inch (36 cm) wig can make a big difference to someone with a short neck and a wide face.
Be sure to consider your height before buying a wig. A long wig can overpower a small frame, while a short or medium wig can create the illusion of height.
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