If you are familiar with men's hair systems, you can click CUSTOM ORDER from using your measurement.

If you want to order popular ready-made toupees, please click title STOCK. Welcome to inquiry at any time.

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No matter what kind of hair loss your client may have, Tailor Hair has the best solution!

  • What is the difference between custom systems, stock systems and duplicate systems?

    Custom Hair Systems require the client to create a template and then choose the preferred base type, hair color, density, percentage gray, wave and cut style, at time of ordering, so that the fit is unique to the client's head shape and hair growth pattern.

    Our Stock Hair Systems are available in either French Lace or Super Fine Swiss Lace bases and can be further customized with options of hair color, density, percentage gray, wave and cut style.

    We can also duplicate the system, when you send it to us temporarily for analysis . We then return your system, review our findings with you and obtain your approval before ordering a system, based on your criteria.

    No matter what kind of hair systems your clients demand, as a professional hair replacement manufacturer, we are able to work with you and support your business.

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  • How to select a wave & curl ?

    Comparing to your growing hair, use the wave & curl chart below. Some of our customers purchase straight and slight wave. Or, you can send us a picture of your natural hair and we can do our utmost to match it.

    Wave & curl chart

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  • How to select a front contour shape?

    The most common contours are A, AA, CC and C. Most customers will use these contours at the front hairline of the hair system. It is recommended to use a contour as it is much easier to use tapes that are made for a specific contour rather than cut them yourself.

    The below standard contour chart for your information.

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  • How to select a hair density ?

    Hair density mainly means how much scalp is showing - with a higher density less scalp is visible. Your hair system should ideally blend well with your natural hair and the density must be appropriate for your age.
    To ensure a proper density match, you can send us some clear pictures showing the sides and back of your own natural hair. We will assist you in determining the appropriate density.
    Here are some popular choices of densities for men hair replacement systems:

    • Light Density:
    This density is about 60%~80% thickness of an average head of hair. It is recommended for people whose natural hair does not have much volume or thickness. Light density on a lace hair system shows a fair amount of scalp.

    • Light to Medium:
    This density is 100% thickness of an average head of hair. This is the most popular density requested for hair replacement systems. The system will have light density around 60%~80% at the hairline and medium density 100% everywhere else. This is the most natural looking and most versatile density for creating different hairstyles.

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  • How to measure your base size or bald area?

    If you are not able to send in a template, you may provide us the measurements (width x length) of your bald area.
    The blew picture will be helpful.

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  • Hair styles

    Hair Styles

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  • Full Head Wig - custom men's hair systems

    Tailor Hair systems are custom made to fit the shape and size of your balding pattern. Full caps are also available.

    For start, we need a well-made template that shows the proper curvature of the head, the hairline and sideburn areas, so that we can achieve a perfect fitting full head wig of a man. We could consider the following materials, and 3 key areas need be designed:

    1. Primary base material – French Lace or Fine Mono

    2. Frontal Area – French Lace, PU or Skin

    3. Perimeter (used for attachment) – Poly Skin, PU Coated

    The hair density is a majoy factor on what materials should be used. Normally, the more dense the hair, the more durable the
    material needs to be. For example, for densities ranging from light to medium, French Lace can be used. While, for densities like medium/heavy to extra heavy, a more durable fine mono and poly skin should be considered.

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  • With hair systems, what is your option?

    With hair systems, what is your option?

    When you’re searching online for nonsurgical hair replacement, you may figure out it’s difficult to compare various systems. Because each company supplies a different series of hair system alternatives, quality, pricing and service. You need to consider particular options, depending on customers’ type of hair loss, expectations and their budget, when make a decision.

    Here, there are some questions to help you on a right choice:
    1. How much coverage does your client require in changing an appropriate hair system?
    2. How about his lifestyle? Does he work out regularly? Swim? Spend most of his time indoors or outside?
    3. If she or he is having scalp problems, hair replacement need to harmonize some of his own existing hair.
    4. All hair replacements require service. The key to choice is to establish a trusting relationship. Then let’s a professional partner, Tailor Hair, to support you.

    Welcome to contact us at any time. We are expecting to join you for win-win cooperation.

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  • 5 Ways to Care for Hair System

    5 Ways to Care for Your Hair System

    You may want to take good care of your hair replacement, so it will last as long as possible while looking its best. You may be wondering how to properly care for your hair system to meet the goal. Let the following five expert tips be your guide:

    1. Regular Service
    Encourage your clients to have two sets to make the servicing aspect faster and easier for them. When remove one system, bond and style the second one. Then do deep-conditioning on first system.

    2. Don’t wash your system too much.
    It is no need to wash it every day. If you used to wash your natural hair daily, you should wash just your natural hair and avoid shampooing your system. The moisture of system are easy to strip by daily washing, causing premature fading and discolouration.

    3. Be gentle
    Treat the system with care when you wash it. Washing vigorously can tear hairs out.

    4. Air dry; don’t rub
    Be gentle to avoid pulling out hairs.

    5. Use conditioners.
    Conditioning the hair will restore moisture back into it, leaving it smoother and less likely to tangle. Minimize the hairs you will pull out with brushing.

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  • How To Make A Template

    How To Make A Template ?

    Maybe you don’t want to send out old hair unit, or you have no idea how to make a template, the following steps will help. The template does not have to be accurate, so don’t over worry.

    1. Prepare some cling film, sellotape, a pair of scissors and a black marker. Tear off enough cling film to place on top of your scalp and press on.

    2. Precut the sellotape into strips, which you stick onto the cling film running firstly, in the direction of ear to ear. When finished, you can firm it up by running longer strips of sellotape from front to back of your head.

    3. Take off the mould from your head and cut away the excess cling film. Then you can get the template roughly the size of the area you want to cover.

    4. Draw an outline onto the template carefully with black marker, marking the exact area you wish to cover. Determind the front hairline by taking 4 fingers and placing it above your eyebrow line. The top of your highest finger should be the start of your hairline.

    5. Remove from head again, using the scissors cut down to size.

    6. Mark the template with a circle for the crown. Mark the front with an F and you can use a couple of arrows to show hair direction you want to comb the hair. If you like a parting, draw a line to show it, otherwise add no other markings.

    7. You can lock in all markings with a 3rd layer of sellotape.

    8. Write your name and the date on a piece of paper and staple it to your template.

    9. And please cut a little of your hair and tape them to a sheet of paper with your name on it. This will help us color match. We also have a color chart if you cannot provide a hair sample.

    Besides, YouTube has a number of helpful videos on the subject.

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