Tuesday, 6 July 2010

Feel Your Hair In The Wind Again With Human Hair Wigs For Women


Human Hair Wigs For Women are usually made of Asian or
European hair to serve medical, religious, or cosmetic
purposes.  Due to foreign exchange rates, in the Western
world female hair from Asia tends to be substantially less
expensive than that from Europe.  100% human hair wigs for
women that are sourced from Europe tend to come from the
eastern part of the continent, where again favorable
exchange rates make it a very profitable business to engage
in.  Eastern European women's hair does not have to be dyed
or otherwise treated for color and texture, as is often the
case with Asian hair.  They are called "virgin" hair for
this reason, being one hundred percent "natural."

No matter the geographical origin, Human Hair Wigs For Women
are preferred over synthetic ones, though man-made samples do
exist which almost rival the all-natural ones in cost.
Natural ones are easy to cut and to style and some women
even swear that they can feel the difference, claiming that
natural hair is more comfortable.  Whatever the case, Human
Hair Wigs For Women, like all hairpieces, are used to
enhance a woman's sense of her own appearance.  For some, it
is simply a convenient way to quickly and effortlessly change
their appearance for fun.  Then there are those who use them
for special social occasions like weddings and other
commemorative events.  Actresses, of course, use them for
roles that demand a radically different look than their own.
 And there are those who even use them for job interviews.
Unfortunately, many women experience hair loss, especially
with advanced age, and want the comfort they are used to
getting from a full head of hair.

Hair loss from cancer treatment such as chemotherapy is
another situation where wigs are welcome.  Indeed, they
often form an important part of the patient's full recovery,
psychological as well as physical.  Chemotherapies almost
always result in complete baldness, and many women find it
not just embarrassing but outright painful to be bald.
Finally, wigs are also widely used for religious reasons,
and this last case is especially interesting.

Those women that use wigs on religious grounds are most
likely married Jewish Orthodox and Ultra-Orthodox women, the
vast majority of whom follow their rabbis' teachings on the
matter of head covering as a sign of modesty in dress.  The
theory goes that a married woman's beauty ought to be
reserved for her husband alone, and nothing is so
exquisitely linked to femininity as a woman's hair.  It is
also felt that a woman's head should be always covered when
out-of-doors just as a man's head should be as a sign of
respect to God.  But because wigs cover the head while
giving the appearance of an uncovered head, many rabbis find
them insufficiently modest and that they violate the spirit,
if not the letter, of the law.  Scarves, snoods, or other
headgear are recommended instead.  Then there is the matter
of religious purity, where nothing associated with idol
worship may be used, with controversies erupting over
whether certain hair from India shorn during pagan
ceremonies was kosher.

About the Author:

Written by Paul Wise, who has worked with Human Hair Wigs for
Women, recommends http://www.FortuneWigs.com/ for 100% human
hair wigs and other baldness solutions.