Luvme Hair Beginner-Friendly Wig

If you are just starting to wear a wig, chances are that you may feel uncomfortable and awkward putting on something other than your hair. Don’t worry, you are not alone. Do not also think you made a wrong choice by going for a wig.

Purchasing your first wig should be exciting. You get to switch up your styles and look at intervals without having to stress your natural hair. Wearing a wig also protects and boosts confidence for those who suffer from hair loss.

Thankfully, at luvme hair, we’ve made a large listing of beginner-friendly wigs you can find. We will help you get the best fitting for your facial structure as well as an elegant style that suits your personality. Our wig construction is superb and of standard quality.

To find out about our beginner-friendly wigs. You’re right on track. Keep reading further for more information.


  1. FAQS About Beginner Friendly Wig
  • What Kind of Wig is Best for a Beginner?
  • What Should I Look for When Choosing a Wig as a Beginner?
  1. Beginner-Friendly Wigs That You’d Love
  2. What to Look Out for When Choosing a

Beginner-Friendly Wig?

FAQS About Beginner-Friendly Wigs

It’s okay to have a few questions in mind while trying out anything for the first time. Thankfully, some of the questions you may have in mind have been addressed.

What Kind of Wig is Best for a Beginner?

Monofilament wigs are best for beginners because the cap is so soft, light, comfortable, and breathable. It doesn’t itch the scalp plus, it can give a more natural look and can be styled in different ways.

Monofilament wigs are attached to a transparent layer of material that makes the wearer’s scalp to be visible. Thereby giving the illusion that the hair is growing out from the scalp.

What Should I Look for When Choosing a Wig as a Beginner?

Natural Look

There are human hairs then there are synthetic wigs. To get a natural look, it’ll be best if you go with human hair wigs. Human hair gives a more realistic look, it’s soft, and swings just like natural hair.

Easy To Install

As a beginner, it is important that you find a wig that’s easy to install. A perfect example of an easy-to-install wig is the Throw On & Go wig. Luvme hair  throw on and go wigs eliminate the usual process of applying glue to fix pieces of hair extension onto your hair. You simply throw it on and go in a jiffy.

Easy To Maintain

Short wigs are easier to maintain because of their short length. They dry faster and are easier to style. As a beginner, it would take less time to care for a 20-inch wig than it would take for a 30-inch wig.

Also, wigs with natural colors are easier to maintain because you only have to wash and condition them. You won’t have to worry about any additional color.

Closure Wigs

Go for closure wigs. This will make it easier for you to create styles comfortably. The 4×4 size is the common closure type you can get as a beginner.

Lower Density Wigs

Wigs with lower density require less styling and detangling unlike those with high density. For a beginner, you could go for wigs with 130% or 150% density.

Beginner-Friendly Wigs That You’d Love

There are lots and styles of wigs available and knowing which type of wig to buy can be a challenge.

So we’ve put together this guide to help you know the best kind of wigs for beginners.

Headband Wigs

Headband wigs provide a natural hairline appearance and a protective style for beginners. They are glueless and laceless, convenient, and beginner-friendly. You can just throw it on and you’re good for events.

Here are some trendy headband wigs you can get started with as a beginner:

  • Deep Wave Headband Wig from Luvme Hair.
  • Throw On & Go Affordable Headband Bob Wig (with Free Trendy Headbands).
  • Loose Deep Wave Affordable Headband Wig.
  • Wet and Wavy Headband Wig
  • Brown Ombre Short Jerry Curl Headband Wig
  • Body Wave Headband Wig
  • Pineapple Magic Headband Wig
  • Summer Style Deep Wave Bob Headband Wig
  • Kinky Straight Headband Wig
  • Deep Wave Headband Wig with Bangs
  • Honey Brown Headband Wig With Natural Black Root Throw On & Go

Water Wave Wigs

Water Wave hair have a wavy texture that appears like water ripples.  This hair texture is similar to the deep wave but has its strands rolled in opposite directions.

If you’ve been wanting to try the water wave look, here is a list you can check out:

  • Breathable 360 Lace Wig Pre Plucked
  • Short Slick Back Curly Water Wave
  • Water Wave Glueless 13×4 Frontal Lace Wig
  • Summer Water Wave Glueless 13×4 Frontal Lace
  • 5×5 Issa Short Water Wave Side Part Glueless Lace Wig
  • 4×4 Glueless Lace Closure Short Water Wave Wig

What to Look Out for When Choosing a Beginner-Friendly Wig?

Kind of Occasion

Before buying a wig for an event, you should know what type of event that is. This will help you know how you should appear. Different occasions will require different hairstyles.

Hair Type

You should identify your hair type to choose a wig that suits your natural hair.

Face Shape

Your facial structure also determines which wig will give you the best fit. However, wigs with bangs, wavy, straight, or curly, can fit most facial structures.


While choosing a wig to wear as a newbie, it would be best to choose a wig color that suits your skin tone. But if you’d want to go for an additional color, then you can always go for a color that suits your style.

Soft and Breathable Wig Cap/Lace

A soft and breathable wig cap/lace is ideal for your scalp. Human hair wigs are soft and breathable but can be a bit more expensive. You can go for a blend that is soft and breathable if you want to save cost.


As a beginner, it is important that you carefully research and review different kinds of wigs to choose the right wig type that’ll be suitable for you. Remember a good and stylish wig can only give you a superb appearance. Thankfully, at Luvme hair, we have a large range of the best beginner-friendly wigs with different styles, colors, and textures just for you.


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