Ladies Wigs

Monotop monotp with weft





bob 1


layerlayer 2 step cut

moda-look-wigs-L mono ladies shoulder

straight 3 straight 4 straight back

Our Ladies Wigs Features:

  • Monofilament design, a special ultra-fine mesh that renders the wig virtually undetectable.
  • Skin tops to mimic the appearance of a natural scalp.
  • Hand-tied knots to create the look of a natural hairline.
  • Free parting…you can change any style..
  • Custom made cap to fit perfectly.
  • Fully adjustable caps for stock unit: Velcro and hook-and-eye closures allow wigs to be sized from small to extra large.




wig measurements

wig measurements



1) Measure your head Circumference with a tape measure around your hairline.

Circumference: This measures the distance around your head. Starting at the center of the front hairline, place the tape flat against your head, going just above the ear towards the back of the head, keeping the tape at the nape of your neck and go around to the opposite side of your head, just above the opposite ear and returning to the center of the front hairline. Circumference = _______ inches

2) Measure from Ear to Ear Over Top of Head

Ear to Ear Across Top of Head: This measures your head for the top of the wig base. Place tape against your head at the top edge of your ear and go directly across the top of your head to the top edge of the opposite ear. Ear to Ear = _____ inches.



3) Measure Front to Nape

Front to Nape: This measures the length of your head from the front to the nape of your neck. To determine where the nape of your neck is, tilt your head back and look up. Where your neck bends and may even develop a skin fold, is where your nape is. You want the bottom of the wig to sit right above this area so that when you do tilt your head back that far, your wig will not shift on your head. This area is often right at the occipital bone, but be sure to take the measurement with your neck bent down so that you are looking at your shoes. Starting at the front hairline, measure directly across the middle top of your head to the area that you have determined is your nape. Front to Nape = ____ inches.

4) Measure from Temple to Temple Around the Back of Head

Temple to Temple Around the Back of the Head: Place tape against your head at the front edge of the hairline (sideburn area) in front of the ear, go around the head above the occipital bone to the opposite front edge of the hairline. Temple to Temple = _____ inches.


5) Measure the Nape of Your Neck

Nape: The measures the width of the hair at the nape of your neck. Place tape at the end of your hairline at the nape and measure across the width of the hair. If you want more room at the nape, you may want to consider adding a half inch to your nape measurement. Nape = _____ inches.


Helpful Hints for taking good measurements:

1.) Use a cloth measuring tape. 2.) Measure holding the tape snug, but not tight against the head. 3.) Keep tape flat against your head and do not allow kinks or twists to develop in the tape. 4.) Take measurements at least 3 times to be sure. Consistent measurements are an indication that you are measuring correctly..