How often does a wearer(toupee) need to go to the barber?

Custom hair systems should be cut to blend with existing hair. This explains the extra length. Providing a hair system that looks much longer than desired is essential for the stylist to have ample room for trimming, bonding, and styling the new hair system.

But how do you find a stylist who has experience customizing a hair system?

The easiest way is to call a nice and kind team of hair hubs to get in touch with your local stylist. You also have the option to seek help from an existing beautician/beautician. But before they put out the scissors, you might want to show the stylist’s instructions at the end of this post!

How frequently do I have to return to the salon to keep up with my hair system?

You can return to the boutique regularly to have the system removed, the paste removed, the new hair developed under re-shaved, and afterward, have the hair system re-applied. What will, in general, happen is the hair becoming out on the amplest piece of the head. So you have the system that doesn’t develop, and this hair develops under it. This is the part that you really want to have cut consistently. What’s more than is generally at regular intervals?

Is there anything unique that the stylist managing my hair would have to know when I am wearing a system?

It relies upon how agreeable you are with your neighborhood beautician. I would admit and tell them on the off chance that it was me, so there is no slip-up. Stylists are, by and large, extraordinary individuals. They’ll comprehend. You can book an early selection on the off chance that you’re marginally humiliated by it. There was an interesting circumstance where a chap from Lisbon flew into his stylist early and admitted to the hairdresser, and he was so stunned, it looked so normal that he let every one of the clients know that the person is wearing a hairpiece and how splendid it is. So watch out!

Imagine a scenario where the hair system is flawed when I come in to have it trimmed and styled.

It’s anything but an issue. So we hang out for that thing. That is our main thing. That is our work. We can take it off, restyle it, do something amazing, and set some life back into the system. Assuming that you unintentionally made a smidgen of a wreck with the system, we can make it work.

Watch carefully for the stylist. Strange. You may be able to reproduce the scissor hand at home. I don’t recommend using kitchen scissors and a small bowl to cut your hair, but even if a barber could use hair clippers, there’s no reason why he couldn’t use them himself. Find out which clipper was used and carefully observe how the natural hair is trimmed. We know many customers who trim their regrown hair themselves (on the sides and back) and save time and money when visiting the salon.

It is advisable to trim your hair regularly (about every 36 weeks as your hair grows) so that the system hair is always in perfect contact with your hair. During trimming, do not wear a flocking system, as accidental cutting will affect the mix.

Fine hands and patience are the most important criteria when fitting and styling a flocking system. It doesn’t matter if you are a professional stylist or yourself. Take enough time to ensure a perfect cut and blend. As a general rule, the initial fitting and editing schedule lasts from 12 hours.

Important Information

  • Do not cut your hair too short on the sides and back. This makes it easy to mix system hair with your hair. Keep the sides and back of the system hair a little longer for a good blend with your hair.
  • Start thinning 1 inch from the base (about 10%). It keeps getting thinner as you move away from the base. Dilute further near the edges.
  • Make the ends even thinner until a few threads remain on the tip. Cut the front and top like a normal haircut.
  • System hair is irreversible, so play safely. It is advisable to keep the hair a little longer than the client normally wears and adjust the length at the end if necessary.

Saloon’s guidelines

The hair system is designed as a blank canvas with the same hair of the same length and length to provide creative flexibility for designing different styles. It is recommended to texture and thin the hair for a natural look. To do this, take a small farewell and inspect the entire system with a razor. You can also remove the length during this process. It is also advisable to use scissors to thin the hair by lifting it straight and chewing a small lump from the hair. The more you lose weight, the more natural the result will be.

Follow the guidelines below.

  • The hair on the sides and back of the hair system should be cut and thinned using a stepwise mixing technique.
  • Start at 1 inch from the root of the hair and use scissors to thin about 10% of the hair. Further away from the base, make your hair 10% thinner.
  • Repeat this process until there is almost no hair on the edges of the hair. Important: Use scissors to thin the back and sides of the system hair to ensure there are no lines where the system hair ends, and the client’s hair begins.
  • The top and front of the hair system can be cut in the same way as naturally growing hair.


It’s up to you, depending on how fast it grows. Best of all, it’s a preference, not a rule. As a general guide for everyone: Go every 6 to 12 weeks, depending on your hair length.