The cap is the base of the wig onto which the hair fibers are attached. Wigs are available in several different types of caps.
Standard: The most basic and affordable cap style. It is entirely machine-wefted, which means the “curtains” of hair are sewn onto the cap by machine. This style usually features permanent teasing or crimping at the base, which effectively conceals the cap underneath and adds light volume in the crown area.
Originally designed for patients undergoing chemotherapy, alopecia, or those experiencing hair loss, this cap style allows your own scalp color to be visible through the sheer polyester or nylon mesh material. Each hair is meticulously hand tied to the monofilament cap for maximum natural movement which allows you to part and brush the hair in any direction.
• Full Monofilament Top: A translucent monofilament material covers the majority of the crown while the rest of the cap is machine-wefted.