For most women, their wedding day is one of the biggest days of their life. The wedding day is when the bride gets to look and feel like a princess as she walks down the aisle to say “I do” to her very own prince charming. However, for women who are facing hair loss, their special day could be marred with the idea of having to wear a wig in front of their new spouse, friends, and family.

Brides tend to think that a wig will be noticeable as they walk down the aisle and dance the night away, which could take away from their wedding day. However, that is not the case at all. Brides can certainly wear a wig on their wedding day and look just as natural as any other bride.

The first thing the bride needs to do is determine what type of hair style they would like for their big day. If the bride would prefer longer hair or an up-do, their wig should have length. If the bride wants a shorter style, a bob length wig can be used. Brides can use wig caps or lace front wigs to ensure a secure and natural fit and appearance for their big day. If an up-do has been chosen, keep the style loose and lower to hide the nape of the neck and the appearance of the wig. Adhesives and tape can also be used for added support of the wig. Human hair wigs are great for a wedding day because they are more natural looking in appearance and can be styled with heating products.