So many customers want to know the answer to this question. We must say, without any hesitation, that if this is your first wig purchase, definitely go with French lace. Matter of fact, don’t think about buying a Swiss lace wig until you have worn a few wigs, are confident in your application and removal […]
At zarawigs.com. we pride ourselves on unique lace front wig color combinations. While it isn’t an easy task, it’s often a result of a lot of trial and error (and a lot of funky colored wigs), when we get it right, we do a fantastic job. We’re proud to offer this beachy blonde lace front […]
Zarawigs.com carries a beautiful selection of curly lace wigs ranging from loose bodywaves to tight kinky curls.
Sometimes a girl just wants to switch things up and try a new look without cutting her precious locks. Zarawigs.com carries shorter lace front wigs, at reduced prices, specifically for cutting into the short hairstyles of the season. Belle Sugar interviews Ciara’s stylist, who created her short pixie cut, to get her inspiration. You can […]
Occasionally we receive calls asking what is the difference between Natural Color and Virgin Hair. Many times during these calls, the caller would like to know if they can get either of these types of units in a certain color. Here we hope to break down the differences and give all the information that will […]
Every company has the ability to name the lace whatever they choose. Most wig factories use lace made in China, even though they call it “Swiss” or “French”. All of it is technically a nylon fiber netting made to different netting sizes and using different size yarns, which results in a thicker or thinner lace, […]
As we reported last week, Zarawigs.com is pleased to now be offering Mongolian Hair Full Lace Wigs. As we have received hundreds of calls and emails asking what the difference is between Mongolian and our other hair types, we thought a brief run down here would help those who still want to know. Mongolian Remy […]
One of the things we struggle with at zarawigs.com is the production time. We give an estimated 6-8 weeks to complete a wig but sometimes it takes longer than that. Many people want to know why it takes so long to make a wig and it’s time that you know. Part of the process of […]