Shopping for a wig is unlike shopping for just about any other thing. Where else do you shop for something that is supposed to be naturally growing out of your head? Because of this, wig shops have certain etiquette you should follow.
While it may be acceptable to go to your local department store just before Halloween and try on every wig in the store, that doesn't mean that you should do the same thing in wig shops.
Wig shops follow an etiquette in dealing with customers. Because the wigs you will find in a wig shop can cost hundreds or thousands of dollars, it's probably not a good idea to haphazardly start trying on wigs all by yourself. It would be kind of like you going to a furniture store with a bag of chips and some soda so you could watch the game on a recliner in front of the big screen.
Instead, you should ask for help from the employees in the wig shops. Because there are so many different styles of wigs, unless you have done a whole lot of studying, you simply may not know how to handle certain wigs.
Asking for help will show the employees that you are serious about finding a great wig. You should trust them. Most likely they have spent a lot of time studying what types of wigs are the best for different types of people.
Just remember that wig shops are the best places to find great wigs, but you should always seek help before you start trying wigs on.
If you want to work in a wig store, you have some work to do.
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