Partial Hair Loss, Balding and Thinning Hair

Wigs are the most common form of wearable hair, especially for those with total or substantial hair loss. But many people only have fine, thinning hair or partial hair loss in certain areas. If you need extra coverage but you still have some of your own hair, wigs may not be the best option for you. offers a wide variety of hairpieces, which can be an alternative to full wigs, for these types of issues.

Coverage Options

Hairpieces are ideal for coverage over isolated areas of hair loss and also give you thicker, fuller hair. These clip-in hairpieces are designed to give you extra coverage, right where you want it. Hairpieces include bangs and fringe for front coverage, top pieces with a small base for partial top coverage, and top pieces with a large base for full top coverage. They all provide coverage but in different areas.

What all these hairpieces have in common is that unlike wigs, they blend in with your own hair and attach with pressure sensitive clips that simply snap in to place. The styles featured below are all one piece so they’re quick and easy to use. You can choose from a variety of different lengths, colors, base sizes and hair types (human hair or synthetic hair). The size of the base varies, and the larger the base, the more coverage it provides. Many of these styles include a monofilament feature at the base, which creates the illusion of natural hair growth where the hair is parted. We highly recommend these natural looking hairpieces. They’re a great wig alternative and an ideal hair solution.