Women wigs are a real fashion statement. They can be worn to match certain outfits for a specific look. They can be worn for months at a time to change your appearance—from a long straight fall to Afro wigs. Some women have several wigs that fit them so they can change their appearance every day to match an outfit or just to look different with different makeup. Afro wigs are popular among those with dark-toned skin.
There’s no reason that wigs for cancer patients can’t be fashion statements, too. Women with cancer can wear stylish women wigs for every occasion. Historically, it was men who wore wigs but in the late 18th century, women began to wear wigs in France, in the French court of Versailles. Such wigs were often elaborate and large and were worn as fashion statements. They were often very heavy and were further weighted down by the use of powders, pomades and ornamentation worn on the women wigs. Such wigs were a symbol of how decadent their lifestyle was and wigs, believe it or not, contributed to the onset of the French revolution.
Nowadays the idea behind wigs is to make them look as realistic as possible. Women wigs can come with lace fronts that make the hair look as though it is directly coming out of the scalp around the front and parts of the wig.