Density in hair toppers explained

Density in hair toppers explained

Density in hair toppers explained!

Usually density is listed as a percentage (if it’s listed at all) but there’s more to it than just that.

The cap size and even construction can make a big difference in the overall amount of hair.

Smaller caps will have less hair than a similar topper in a larger cap size even if the density measurement is the same.

It’s easier to find a low density mono top than a low density silk top because of constraints with the construction of the different caps.

Comparing density percentages isn’t usually effective when comparing pieces from different companies.

If a topper is specifically listed as “low or light” density I would trust that more than a percentage alone.

Do you prefer low or high density hair toppers?



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