Hair Replacement Systems


Our Unique Process of Hair Replacement Systems

Thinning hair is perhaps one of the biggest concerns a person can have regarding their personal appearance.  For many years there have been ways of covering up balding areas with somewhat natural looking results.  However, the comfort and look of the hair replacement systems did not feel natural.

Our revolutionary hair replacement systems are a breakthrough in the hair industry!  Why? Because it is medically approved semi-permanent hair replacement that involves no pain, and no side effects.  It’s all natural, good looking hair custom-designed for each client.  The fit of the transparent base is like a second skin, and you’ll forget you have it on because it’s so comfortable.  It’s totally undetectable by touch and feel.  Even under the most intimate conditions no one will ever know.  Basically it becomes a part of you 24 hours a day.  Now thanks to New Hair System’s innovative techniques, this may be the solution you have been waiting for.

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Attachment Methods

linking attachment methodIn attaching hair replacement systems, there is no one best method.  That’s why our staff is skilled in the most effective methods of attachment.  You see, each method is secure, giving you the confidence you need.  Our newest, most popular method of attachment with our clients is the linking system.  Some of our clients prefer weaving, fusion, glue/bonding, or detachable methods of tape and clip.  Depending on your lifestyle and your personal preference we will help you choose the best method for you.  So look at the table below.  The following chart summarizes the attachment techniques we use.

Attachment Method Table

Method Description
Linking Micro-Rings (micro-cylinders) are attached to the edge of the hairpiece.  Some of the client’s hair is pulled through each tube, then the tubes are flattened to hold hair in place.
Weaving/Braiding Attachment is by weaving nylon thread around existing hair to which the hairpiece is sewn.
Fusion This method involves drawing some of the existing hair through special holes around edge of the hairpiece which is then fixed into place with surgical adhesive.
Glue/Bonding Glue is carefully applied on the perimeter of the hairpiece particularly the front hairline, then gently attached to the client’s head.
Tape Double sided tape is fitted on to the hairpiece and attached to the scalp.
Clip The hairpiece is fitted with clips around the edge.  Existing hair is pulled through the clips, the clips are then pressed together to fix the hair in place.
Hair-by-Hair This patented process was developed for those with thinning hair.  Human hair is integrated directly into existing hair.

The Fitting Process

hair replacement systems - ventilating Consultation is the first phase of the process and we believe it is the single most important factor underlying the success of our work.  The success of a hair replacement is an individual as the person wearing it.  The type and method of hair replacement depends greatly on your occupation, age, facial structure, complexion and lifestyle.  Your input will be actively recruited in evaluating the color match, texture, density, and design of the hair.  

Working Together

Together we determine what type of hair to use whether it be human hair, synthetic hair or a blend of both.  No matter what basic style you choose, you hair will be able to be styled in a variety of ways.  We will introduce you to our staff of professional stylists who will give their valuable advice.  What we do is co-create with each individual client, giving attention to every detail.  No one solution is right for everyone.  Every hair replacement is customized and individually inspired.  During the consultation we will answer any questions you have.  

The Consultation

1.  An exact mold is made of the top of your head.  We determine exactly what areas need hair and recreate the hairline.  Then we take samples of your hair to match the color and texture of your hair.  Natural hair is comprised of many different subtle color variations.

2.  Next we begin work on the base.

3.  The next step is ventilation which is the delicate process of attaching the hair to the base.  Expertise in this phase of creating a hair replacement is an exact science and makes the difference between a stiff artificial wig and beautifully integrated, natural hair replacement.

4.  After the ventilating process is completed we set up a styling appointment.  The day you’ve been waiting for!  Our stylist will cut, blend, and style your hair as well as offering you shampooing and haircare tips.

Hair Base

Hair base is the foundation where the hair is tied to, and there are literally hundreds of different base design combinations, primarily made of poly (skin) and mesh (lace).   We have our basic 12 that fit in the category of full-lace systems, front-lace systems, skin systems, and conventional.  But of course even out of these basic 12 designs, we can always make more changes or tweaks to meet your custom needs.

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Hair Ventilation

In the hair replacement systems industry, the term ventilation refers to the methodology of attaching hair to its base.  There are several types of ventilation, including (1) the injection method, (2) looping, and (3) knotting (single, double, and half).  The type of ventilation custom to you depends on the ultimate look you want to achieve along with the type of hair base you choose, with each ventilation method having its own characteristic.   Fuller look?  Pompadour?  Slick-back style?  Have a consultation with us and we’ll discuss what method is best for the look you want to achieve.

Mesh (Lace) Type

*The magnification for random mesh (lace) type below may be off in size.  So please use it as a guide.

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Finally which baseventilation, & mesh-type is best for you? Sit down with us and let the experts figure that out!