Understanding Hair Color

How to choose your color

Finding the perfect wig isn’t always easy. Sometimes you’ll see exactly the style and cut you want, but what about color? Say you’ve searched and found the perfect one. You love the bold textures but it’s in the color which is a medium brown with ginger red highlights. You’re looking for more of a golden wheat. Luckily, you don’t have to give up your style, we’ve got you covered!

One thing people don’t know right away is that all the styles you see come in many different shades and colors. At Wigs.com, you’re able to browse through color options for any wig ensuring you find the perfect match. If you’re having trouble selecting the right wig, we can help. Wigs.com has fast and experienced client care specialists waiting by to help you find just the style and color you want.
Understand color temperature

Wigs have the power to completely change the way you look! The perfect wig should complement both your skin tone and face shape. Your hair color and skin tone has a dramatic effect on your overall look. This is why color temperature is important when choosing a wig color!

Color temperature simply refers to a cool or warm tone that a color gives off. These warm and cool tones are crucial to finding the most natural looking wig. The key to selecting wig colors to compliment your skin tone is remembering that you don’t just have to stick to one color! Feel free to play within the color range in your temperature, your hair in WIGNICE.

Color Families & Shades

Choosing colors can be challenging, especially when wigs come in as many as 40 different color options. This is complicated by the fact that one’s idea of brown may be different from another’s idea of brown. The letters and numbers in the color description come from a color system called the color code developed by the wig industry based on natural human hair colors.

  • Black colors range from 1 to 1B,
  • Browns from 2 to 12, and
  • Blondes from 14 to 26.
  • Platinum colors are blondes with less warmth in them.
    • 613 is a golden platinum that’s the perfect balance between blonde and platinum.
    • Platinum colors range from 22 to 23, then jump from 101 to 104 which have more ash in them.
  • The grey family goes from 34 to 60.
  • The red family is split between natural reds and vibrant reds.
    • Natural reds range from 27 to 33
    • Vibrant reds range from 130 to 134

The letters in the code come from the manufacturers color key system. These letters tell you how colors are combined to create the color of a wig. We recommend that you check out our website for more information , about more manufacturer color key systems pls contact us. And remember, if you need assistance on color choice don’t hesitate to call one of our experienced client care specialists to help you find the perfect color.