Wigs & Hair Pieces for Hair Loss

Women’s hair loss can be an unsettling experience, and UNIWIGS is devoted to the needs of women experiencing medical hair loss. We are committed to easing you through this transitional time with a world of beautiful, comfortable medical hair loss wigs. Our collection of medical hair loss wigs gives you lightweight, stylish options. Reclaim your self-confidence today with our natural hair or synthetic medical hair loss products.


Charm Remy Human Hair Top Hairpiece


Three strategically placed pressure sensitive clips for a secure attachment, this clever hair enhancer offers you the option of the latest fringe hair trend without the commitment of cutting your hair. In addition to using this hairpiece as a clip in bang, it is perfect for those who experience hair loss on the crown of the head.

How To Make A Rat Hair Piece

That’s right, you heard it here first: rats are frequently being stashed in hair stylists’ bags and then forced to create bouffant hairdos on models up and down the country! But relax, you needn’t phone the RSPCA, alert the police or inform the world-wide media – no real-life rodents were harmed in the making of these handy hair-boosting pads. The rats we’re referring to are, in fact, a rat hair piece and made entirely of clip in hair extensions! Got some old clip-ins lying around? Then you too have the power to make your very own volume-boosting hair rat! Here’s how to:

hair styling rat

Step One:

Gather the tools pictured above. Besides your set of old hair extensions to make the rate hair pieces, all you’ll need to make your hair styling rat is a blast-from-the-past hairnet (ask your grandma) and a backcombing brush (we’re using this one).

backcombing the hair extensions

Step Two:

Ready? Begin by splitting your hair extensions into several sections. Then, backcomb each section like crazy until you’re left with a puffed-up, voluminous mass of hair.

hair rat with hair net

Step Three:

When your extensions have been suitably teased, bundle them into the hair net.

make your own hair volumiser

Step Four:

There you have it – your very own multitasking hair rat! Simply use a handful of bobby pins to fasten the rat in place wherever your hair requires an added volume boost. You can use it to create a huge repertoire of hairstyles, including voluminous Brigitte Bardot-style beehives, retro Gibson tuck updos and victory rolls to name but a few. With your hair styling rat by your side (or on your head), the world is your hairstyling oyster!

hair booty bobbyglam

Hairstyling tip: to create voluptuous, breathtaking volume, fasten your newly-formed hair styling rat into place underneath a layer of hair on the crown of your head. Then, plump your ‘do up to the max by topping it off with the Bobby Glam Bouffant Volumizer Hair Extension. Cheryl who?

patrick cameron crown lift pad

If you have no old hair extensions to hand (or if you’re simply not all that keen on handicrafts), never fear – you can still get your hands on a hair styling rat to call your own! The Patrick Cameron Original Crown Lift Pad is a ready-made hair rat that’s super-simple to use, plus it comes in both brown and blonde.


How To Wear Clip In Hair Extensions

For the most natural look, we used one hundred percent human hair in a shade slightly lighter than our natural color to mimic highlights. The extensions come in a range of colors and can be washed, heat styled, and cut for a tailored look.
We used 9 Piece Clip In Extension Set since our goal is to add volume. The pieces come with a subtle wave to blend in with our natural hair texture. Wash the extensions like you would your natural hair, laying them out flat to dry.

clip in extensions

You’ll work from the bottom up, so start by sectioning off your hair and securing most of it at the top of your head. If your hair is freshly washed, be sure to add some grit to your roots by using a dry shampoo before adding hairspray to the roots. This will give the clips more hold so they won’t slide out. Section the hair off in small pieces and use a backcomb to tease the roots where the clips will be. The hair pieces have either two or three clips (very small pieces for filler have only one). Start with a clip that has three combs on it, making sure to open all the combs. Attach the clip where you’ve backcombed by sliding it into the teased area from the top and snapping the clips shut. Make sure to get the edge of the hair piece as close to your scalp as possible. Once you’ve attached a piece, let down an inch width of hair to attach more pieces to. Spray the roots of that section with hairspray as well for more hold. Once again, backcomb the hair at the roots, paying extra attention not to disturb the piece that has already been clipped in. Secure the next hair piece as before. Place the side pieces above the ear making sure to keep the clips back far enough so that they won’t be visible once you’ve let your hair down (a good guideline is to not place them in front of you ear).

It’s okay if the pieces overlap with each other, just be sure to clip onto your hair, not the extensions. Once you’ve added all the pieces, take the remaining hair on top of your crown and section it off to be backcombed. This will add more texture to the hair and hide the pieces better. Backcomb from the middle of the top of your head back, into the extensions. Once you’ve backcombed the top section of your hair, spray with hairspray to ensure it stays all day and keeps the extensions camouflaged. Since the extensions are made of human hair, you can use any product or heat tool on them so that they blend in with your natural hair. The extensions give a natural, voluminous look to your hair.