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At Your Wits End With Your Wig? Try The Wigrip Comfort Band!

wigripThis is for those of you who wear wigs and for those of you who don’t wear wigs yet. Understandably, a wig can tend to be a little uncomfortable at times due to many reasons such as clips, security, weight, etc. However, what to do when you need to cover your hair for reasons such as hair loss and religion and are interested in wearing a wig?

The answer of course is the WIGrip comfort band.

The WIGrip was created with you in mind to provide ultimate comfort and practicality so that wearing a wig is now ideal! The wigrip is basically a Velour One Size Fits All band made to fasten your wig, hat, scarf or snood securely on your head without glue, pins, clips, etc. All you have to do is put the WIGrip on your head like a headband and slip on your wig or head cover. No need to clip it on – just place your wig on the band and your good to go!

The wigrip will not only secure your wig in place comfortably but in addition to preventing bald spots it will eliminate headaches as well since you no longer have to clip your wig on tightly. The wigrip is the ideal solution for alopecia, chemo/cancer patients, and anyone seeking the ultimate in comfort and security.

Still not sure if it’s for you? Here’s what our customers are saying:

“P.S. the Milano wig band is fabuuuuulous! Can’t feel it, it is soooo comfortable and it does its job well. “

“I ordered the Milano Wigrip Comfort Band yesterday and am so excited after 20 years of a slipping wig.”

“A quick note to tell you how happy I am that thanks to your Wigrip, my friends’ daughter is wearing her wig without the discomfort she used to feel.”

” I received my Milano WIGrip today, and I wanted to write and say what a wonderful product this is. I am amazed. I was at my wits end trying to get my wigs to stay on with my very fine, thin hair. I have bald patches and sores from clips, and even bobby pins weren’t working. I cannot believe how this band works. I feel like a new woman. I’ve even done a workout at the gym and my wig didn’t budge. I’ll be ordering more!”

So if you are not yet wearing a wig due to the fear of the discomfort or if you wear a wig and are at your wits end – you know what your answer is!

Chemo Head Scarves

Pre-tied with Height for Cancer

Cotton Pre-tied with Height – Great for Chemo!

By B. Levi

Many women purchase headcoverings to help them deal with hair loss following chemotherepy treatments.

Why does Chemo cause hair loss?

Chemotherapy is currently the main tool used to battle cancer. Usually it’s a drug which destroys the cancerous cells in the body. Unfortunately it doesn’t discriminate and therefore it can also destroys “good” cells, thereby damaging the hair follicles making hair loss an inevitable side effect of this treatment. There are a great many options available for women in this situation and each women is encouraged to make sure she finds the one that is best for her and makes her feel most comfortable. However if a woman chooses to use head scarves or headwraps during chemo there are some important things to keep in mind.

There are two major problems with scarves, one is “slickness” and the other is itch. Let’s tackle slickness. Scarves made from satin or silk or any material with a slick texture will usually have a difficult time staying in place on one’s head and “slippage” becomes a major problem. Either avoid them completely or use a “wigrip” or cotton undercover – 2 different products that eliminate “slippage”.

The next thing to bear in mind is comfort. Many wool fabrics will itch and unnatural polyesters in in many cases are not “breathable” and will cause excessive uncomfort. In light of these facts, it is usually best for women undergoing chemo to purchase headscarves made from natural fibers such as linen or cotton that are “breathable” meaning they allow the scalp to breathe. If the place you are buying your headscarf from does not list the fabric type, don’t hesitate to call them up and inquire before buying.

In closing, we hope all who purchase headscarves due to hair loss from chemo only have to use them very temporarily and get their hair and healthy bodies back as quick as possible!

(Sources include articlesnatch, american cancer society, and others)

The Revolutionary WiGrip

Milano WiGrip Comfort Band

“My pre-tied bandana slips off my head”

“The clips on my wig are pulling out my hair”

“How do I keep my wide headband from sliding”

“I need to tie my head scarf so tight to keep it from falling off that it gives me a headache”

For years there was no solution to the very real concern of women wearing head covers, including wigs, pre-tied tichels, and all other types of headscarves How do we stop the slip?

Enter Milano Wigs with their revolutionary product: the WiGrip Comfort Band.

The WiGrip is a small strip of crushed velvet fabric that you wear as a headwrap under any hair covering and it holds the headcovering firmly in place. It is thin and lightweight, and you don’t feel like you are wearing anything. There is a velcro closure at the bottom and it is adjustable one size fits all.

A great thing about the comfort band is that it works on bald heads as well so it’s great for women dealing with hair loss.

I tried on a wig grip for the first time with a print pre-tied bandana and I couldn’t beleive how well it worked. My headcovering wouldn’t budge from the exact spot I put it on. I was concerned how it would appear under the thin lycra fabric, but it was unnoticeable.

Try out the WiGrip by Milano… you’ll be glad you did!