Questions about how to order a custom wig or what payment options we offer?

How much does a custom wig cost?

The final cost for your custom wig or piece of facial hair will depend on several factors. These include the length and density of the hair, the complexity of the hair direction and style, as well as the quality of the hair itself. In general, wigs that are very long, very thick or wigs with elaborate styles will cost more. The average cost for a custom wig is $1200-$1800 and the average beard or goatee is $200-$750. 

What forms of payment does Custom Wig Company accept?

You can pay for your project with a credit or debit card via Square. You may also use your paypal account or a bank account transfer. We accept payment through Chase Zelle and we will also accept a personal or business check with prior approval. Please note that there is a $50 fee for any returned check or credit/debit card reversal. 

Does Custom Wig Company offer payment plans?

Yes! We realize that a custom piece is an investment in your work or hobby, so we offer a range of flexible payment plans

I’m interested in having a wig or beard made. What should I do?

Use the main Contact page to let us know what you’re looking for.  Be sure to tell us as much as you can about your desired wig or facial hair, including the date by which you need it. When we receive your form, we’ll use the information you provide to create a quote for creating the piece(s). 

Please note that day wear wigs or wigs intended for use in day-to-day life are out of our area of expertise.

I’m ready to order! What should I do? 

If you haven’t already, submit a contact form detailing your project. The form will allow us to create a quote for your project. The quote will include all the relevant options for creating your wig. To move forward, select the option you’d like and accept the quote. Doing so will hold your spot on our schedule for three business days pending receipt of your first payment and signed digital contract. 

Please note that our turnaround time is generally 10-15 weeks, so it’s best to order as early as you can in order to ensure your project is ready.

How long will it take to get my custom project?

Building a custom wig or piece of facial hair from scratch takes time. Additionally, we have other projects already on our schedule. It’s best to assume 10-15 weeks from the time you order until we ship your pieces – however, that can vary depending on the time of year. When we send your project quote, we’ll include real-time completion dates for you, so you can pick the one that works best for your schedule.

If you need something more quickly, please go ahead and reach out – we always try to work in projects if we possibly can. Please note that Santa orders will be full well before the holiday season starts. We advise ordering Santa wigs or beards by the summer, at the latest. 

Do I need to place my order in person?

We’re always happy to see our clients in person, but it’s not necessary to having a successful custom piece created.

By mailing in the head and face tracings, we can build your items to fit you without the need for travel.

If you want to travel for a fitting, you can still simply mail in the tracings and then schedule a fitting and pick up date when the set is completed.

Please note that anyone coming to our studio must be fully vaccinated for Covid-19. 

How do you build a wig or beard to fit a specific person?

We build custom wigs and beards using a simple plastic tracing of the wearer’s head (for wigs) or face (for facial hair). Though the process is unsophisticated, it’s incredibly effective and is used by almost all wig makers, from Broadway on down. 

We also ask all of our clients to email us photos of themselves from the front, side and back to help ensure the wig or facial hair we build is proportional and ‘at home’ on the wearer. 

You can see our video tutorials of the tracing process here

That process seems kind of weird – why not just use measurements?

While measurements can provide some information, they don’t give us enough data to build a well-fitted wig. In fact, the shape of the head and hairline is far more important in building custom wigs than measurements! Additionally, the tracing ensures your wig will be built with sufficient room for your own hair to be hidden comfortably. 

In some instances, we do ask for a few measurements to ensure a wig or facial hair is the right length or proportional. If we need additional information for your project, we’ll let you know! 

 

Got questions about our custom wigs and how they’re made?

I want a wig to wear every day and I’d like it to look like my own hair. Do you make daily wear wigs?

While we very much understand the need for wigs that are built to be worn in daily life, the construction of such pieces is outside our area of expertise. For that reason, we do not build daily wear wigs.

 

Will you buy my hair? Can you make a wig for me using my own hair?

We do not purchase hair from individuals. While we understand the desire to include one’s own hair in a project, we are not able to use supplied or donated hair in our projects. 

How are custom wigs and facial hair made?

Each wig or item of facial hair we make is built from scratch. We start with a tracing of your head or face and use it to build a lightweight foundation that is tailored to fit YOU. Once the wig foundation is sewn, we place the wig hair by hand, either by sewing strips of hair (called ‘weft) to the foundation or by knotting strands of hair individually into the foundation.

Some wigs are created by hand-knotting every single hair in place. Others are made using only sewn strips of weft. Many wigs are made using a combination of strips of weft and hand-knotting. The style of the wig will dictate how it’s built. 

The process of hand-knotting hairs into the foundation is very similar to that of latch hooking, albeit on a much smaller scale. That knotting process is called ‘ventilation’. 

Knotting EVERY SINGLE HAIR into the foundation? That must take forever! Why do you do that and how many hairs are in a wig?!

Ventilating a full wig definitely takes awhile! While we’ve never stopped to count the single strands, the average wig has around 40,000 strands in it. A bigger or smaller head will change the number of hairs in the wig!

As to why we ventilate entire wigs or portions of wigs, the answer is realism. When each hair is tied in by hand, the wig builder has complete control over the density of the wig, as well as the direction the hairs appear to ‘grow’ in the wig. They can carefully place a variety of hair colors in a single wig to mimic realistic colors, including things like streaks. 

Most of our wigs have hand-knotted lace front hairlines, which is why our wigs look as though they are growing right out of the wearer’s head or face!

A lace front? What does that mean? What’s a lace front wig?

In the most general terms, a lace front means a wig’s hairline is created by placing strands of hair into a fine, transparent mesh. This can be done by machine or by hand, though machine-made lace front wigs typically having a much thicker, shinier front edge. 

Our wigs and facial hair are nearly always created with a fine (stage grade) transparent lace edge. The only real exception to this is some of our historically constructed wigs.

This lace edge is very discreet, though not invisible, and can be dyed to match the wearer’s skin tone. Because this mesh is so fine and because it is carefully shaped to the wearer’s forehead, face and hairline, it ‘disappears’ against the skin and gives the illusion the knotted hairs are growing from the wearer’s head. The result is a VERY natural appearance, as well as a more comfortable fit.

What hair are your wigs made from?

We use a variety of fibers to create our pieces. These include human and yak hair, as well as a variety of synthetic hairs and fibers like mohair. When you request a quote, we’ll include any and all hair choices that are appropriate for the project.

I’ve heard synthetic hair is much cheaper, so can you use that for my wig instead?

Ounce to ounce, synthetic hair is cheaper than human or yak hair. When it comes to custom wig building, the biggest cost is actually labor, however. And a synthetic hair wig and human hair wig take the same amount of time to produce. So unfortunately a synthetic custom wig won’t usually be significantly cheaper. The exceptions to that are wigs that need to be very long, very thick or both. 

So which is better, a synthetic wig or a human hair wig?

Great question! And there’s not a clear winner. Each fiber has benefits and drawbacks. Some fibers may simply not be suitable for a particular project. 

More about the differences between human hair and synthetic hair

A custom wig sounds very nice but I’m not sure it’s right for me. Why do I need an expensive custom wig? 

While we love making wigs, we’ll also be the first to acknowledge not every situation calls for a custom built piece.

The biggest reasons to invest in a custom wig or piece of facial hair are: perfect fit, realism, accuracy, durability and versatility. 

We’ve written an in-depth guide to help address this very valid question. Check out Why a Custom Wig?

I’ve ordered a custom wig or facial hair. What do I need to wear it and care for it?

At a minimum, you need a head block to store the pieces on and a wide-tooth comb to remove tangles. If the piece has a lace margin, you’ll need something to attach the lace with and something to clean it with. Those are the absolute bare-bones supplies you’ll need to successfully wear and care for a custom wig. 

Here’s the essential supplies we recommend for using and caring for a custom wig or facial hair. 

I impersonate historical or famous people – can you build a wig that will help me look like Abraham Lincoln? Or Marie Antoinette?

Yes! One of our specialties is creating wigs and facial hair for people who do first person portrayals of historical figures, celebrities and other ‘famous figures’. Whether you’re working as a solo interpreter, participating in historical reenactment or performing onstage or in a fim, we can help with your transformation. We also create wigs for tribute artists! We make sure your wig or facial hair captures important characteristics like hair color, texture and style while still feeling ‘at home’ on you.

See Famous Figures for more information on our likeness wigs and facial hair. 

My hair is dark brown but I’ve ordered a white wig. Will my hair show through?

Your wig will likely be dense enough to hide your hair. In some cases, we may build your wig with a lightweight silk liner to help keep your own hair hidden.

Because the lace front is fine and transparent, there is a small chance your own hair my create a shadow under the lace or show through along the very front edge. If that happens, you may find that you want to apply a bit of foundation over the hair. In most cases, this is not necessary.

 

I want a bright blue wig. Or a pale pink wig. Or a multicolor rainbow wig. Can you make my wig in a non-natural color?

Oh yes! We can dye human hair nearly any color imaginable. The results are vibrant, accurate and colorfast. As with any wig, we use subtle highlights and lowlights in conjunction with the base color to provide the most dynamic color. We can do multi-colored wigs, two-tone wigs, or ombre wigs – the sky’s the limit. If your project is being made from synthetic hair, we’ll have very wide range of color options for you to choose from. 

What if I get my custom wig and it doesn’t fit or I don’t like it?

It’s very important to us that our clients be satisfied with their custom items, and we work very hard to ensure that. When your item is finished, we email digital photos so you can see how it looks. At that time, you can request any changes or adjustments

If you receive your custom wig or item of facial hair and find that there are issues with the fit or appearance or that it’s just not quite doing what you had in mind, we encourage you to let us know right away.

We’ll figure out the best way to make the piece right for you. That might mean that we make some adjustments to the piece or it might be an issue we can help with by offering some advice on wearing or handling. 

Changes or adjustments that are outside the scope of the original project may be subject to additional charges.

Please note that the fit of the wig or facial hair is directly correlated to the accuracy of the head or face tracing. If the tracing isn’t accurate, it will affect the fit of the piece. While we may be able to adjust the piece to compensate for an inaccurate tracing, doing so may incur additional costs. 

How do I take the head or face tracing?

We have a video of both the head and face tracing, which you can watch here 

How long will my custom wig or beard last?

The lifespan of any custom piece depends on how much it is used and how well it is cared for. With proper care and handling, your wig or facial hair can last a decade or more – at the time of writing, our oldest wigs are entering their 13th Christmas season! 

Having said that, if you’re wearing a piece a lot or if a piece has been neglected or mistreated, it may show signs of wear and tear. The lace edge is the most vulnerable area of a wig and usually the first to begin showing age. The good news is that we can put a new, fresh lace edge on a wig or beard. So if and when your piece needs an update, we can make it almost as good as new. 

Questions about wearing custom wigs and facial hair?

Wearing lace front wigs

It’s important your own hair be arranged the same was it was for your head tracing. That ensures your wig will fit correctly. If the wig doesn’t fit correctly, then you won’t be able to apply it correctly. Position the wig on your head and gently pull it forward so the lace front covers your forehead and the wig’s hairline covers your own. It’s best to do this in front a mirror, especially the first few times you apply your wig. 

Once the wig is in the correct spot, you need to secure it to your head and face. If you have hair ‘in a prep’ under the wig, you may want to start by pinning your wig to your head through your own hair. That will keep the wig on your head. If you don’t have enough hair to put into a prep, then you’ll simply proceed to the next step.

Once the wig is in place and pinned if necessary, use liquid adhesive or double stick tape to secure the wig lace to your skin at the temples. In almost all cases, that’s the only spot you will need to use glue or tape. 

Wearing lace beards and other facial hair

If your custom beard has an elastic strap, then you can put it on and set it into position, letting the strap do the work of keeping the beard on. For pieces that do not have a strap, you’ll need to glue or tape them in place. Whether it’s a large beard, a small goatee or a mustache, start in the middle and work your way out. That will ensure the piece is in the right position. 

If you’re using liquid adhesive, paint a thin coating of it onto your skin, then let it get tacky. Press the piece into the glue, beginning in the center and working your way out. Note that some adhesives may have other application methods – so always defer to the manufacturer’s instructions and recommendations. 

If you’re using tape, peel one piece of the tape backing away to revel a sticky surface. Then press the sticky tape onto the piece where you want to stick it to your skin. Put all the pieces of tape on the piece, then carefully remove the other backing. If the backing is difficult to remove, try creasing one corner of it. 

Once the piece has all the tape you wish you to use attached and the backings are removed, press the piece to your skin, beginning in the center. 

There’s a big margin of lace mesh on my custom wig or beard. Can I cut it off?

Please don’t. We send most of our pieces out with some extra lace. That gives us a little wiggle room if you try your item on and we need to make adjustments. So there is a very small amount of the lace edge that you may be able to trim away without damaging the piece. But ultimately, you should leave as much lace as possible. 

But the lace seems really obvious. Won’t everyone be able to see it?

We use fine stage grade lace for our wigs. It’s thin, flexible and transparent. When your wig or facial hair is applied properly, and the lace is clean, it will be very unnoticeable. In most cases, someone would need to be looking for the lace to see it. Having said that, it’s not invisible and there is always the possibility someone will see it. 

But if you trim away too much of that lace edge, two problems occur. The first is that you’ll dramatically shorten the lifespan of your piece. Those tiny knots of hair along the edge will fall out if the lace is cut around them. The second issue is that the lace edge, and the knots tied into it, are designed to make a soft, natural looking hairline. When you cut away that margin, you leave a harder, heavier line behind that can actually be MORE noticeable. 

The lace also plays an important role in keeping your piece attached and well-fitted. 

Ok, so can I hide it with makeup?

Unfortunately, no. The lace is a raised surface of tiny holes. If you put makeup over it, you simply end up with makeup collecting in those tiny holes. That makes the lace much more visible. And it’s not good for the lace in the long-term, either. 

But the lace edge on my beard is covering my mouth. Or the lace on my wig is covering one of my ears.

While it’s really important to leave as much lace in place as you can, there are some areas of the face and head where there is simply less room for lace. We’ll build the pieces to accommodate your ears and facial features. But you’ll likely need to make very conservative trims around your mouth or over your ears to ensure the lace isn’t covering those. 

The bottom line is that you should strive to leave at least 3/8″ of lace margin on any piece. When that’s not possible due to facial contours, you can carefully trim away more. But please be conservative – trim slowly and only take off as much as you need to uncover your mouth, nose, ears or eyebrows! 

If you have questions about trimming the lace edge on your pieces, check out Trimming Lace. And don’t hesitate to reach out to us and ask for help! 

 

Where should I pin my wig to secure it to my head? 

If your wig is styled in an updo or is very heavy, you’ll need to pin it to your head and hair to keep it in place. The best location is the top of your head, roughly in line with your ears. 

Make two small, flat pin curls on the top of your head. These curls will give you a secure anchoring point and you’ll pin your wig to your head through those curls. 

What do I do with my own hair when I’m wearing a wig?

Those with very short hair can simply leave it as it is, ensuring it’s combed back away from the hairline.

People with fine hair between 3″-8″ may find they can pin curl all of their hair comfortably and not add too much bulk to their head size.

For those with long hair, thick hair and or very curly or wavy hair, other wig prep methods will likely be easier and work better.

See How to Prep Your Hair to Wear a Wig to learn more about putting your own hair up.

What if I don’t have any hair or my hair is very short?

Most of our client with short or no hair will simply be able to attach their wig by glueing or taping it at the temples. If you need extra support, wrap a piece of self-sticking athletic wrap around your head twice. Keep the wrap behind your hairline. Use bobby pins to keep the strip of wrap secured to itself. 

The wrap will provide a grippy, secure place to pin your wig. Use bobby pins or hair pins to secure your wig to the wrap around the perimeter of your head. 

Will I be able to take my hat off while wearing your wig?

Yes! Thanks to our wigs having carefully hand-knotted lace front hairlines,  your wig will look like your own head of hair. No need to hide the edge with a hat!

You can also feel confident wearing or removing your hat as you go about your business, since your wig will look like your own hair. We do suggest a few trial runs with both wig and hat to make sure you feel comfortable placing the hat on over the wig and that your wig is firmly secured.

One caution – make sure the lining or interior of your hat is color fast. Color from the inside of hats can and does stain the wig hair. 

Will my hat fit over your wig? If not, how much bigger will my head size be when I’m wearing the wig?

In general, you can assume our wigs will add 1/2″-1″ to your overall head circumference. The density of the wig, as well as the style, will impact how much the wig changes your head measurement. Additionally, your own hair worn under the wig may add additional girth to your head size. 

What’s a pin curl? How do I make a pin curl?

A pin curl is nothing more than a simple way to secure and flatten a lock of hair to your head. The term originally referred to a method for coiling hair and securing with bobby pins in order to produce a wave pattern in the hair.

We use pin curls as one method of containing one’s own hair in a ‘wig prep’ or ‘hair prep’. That is, how one arranges their own hair to keep in contained and comfortable while they are wearing a wig.

For wig prep pin curls, take a small piece of hair, no more than one inch in thickness (less if your hair is very, very long or very thick), twist it lightly from root to tip, and then place in a flat coil on the head, securing with a pair of crossed bobby pins.

The goal is for the pin curl to be as secure and flat as possible. It is better to make the pincurl wide and flat than to make it small and squat. A fatter pin curl will make your wig sit higher off your head, which will make the wig look less natural.

If you routinely wear wigs, try to move the location of your pin curls around your head slightly so you are not putting stress on the same piece of hair day after day.

Should I use pin curls for my wig prep?

Many people with hair longer than 2″ will be able to use at least two pin curls on the top of their head as an attachment point for their wig.

People with fine hair between 3″-8″ may find they can pin curl all of their hair comfortably and not add too much bulk to their head size. For those with long hair, thick hair and or very curly or wavy hair, other wig prep methods will likely be easier and work better. See How to Prep Your Hair to Wear a Wig to learn more about putting your own hair up.

 

Questions about caring for custom wigs and facial hair?

If I have questions or concerns about using or caring for my custom piece what should I do?

When you commission a wig or item of facial hair from us, you’ve got our full team at your back. While you should always email us if you have questions, our Wig Owner’s Manual is the best place to start learning all about wearing and caring for your wig or facial hair.

You’ll also find tons of great tutorials and resources on our blog.

When your wig needs some TLC, you can send it back to us for our Cleaning and Maintenance Service. We want you to love your wig and feel completely comfortable with it – so don’t hesitate to email, call or set up a zoom session with us! 

How should I wash and care for my custom wig?

The most important thing to know about washing a custom wig or item of facial hair is that you shouldn’t soak it or submerge it in water. The knots will take on water and swell, which can cause them to untie. It is sadly possible to lose most of the hair in a wig by soaking it! 

For more information on washing and caring for our custom wigs and facial hair, please see Custom Wigs – Care, Feeding and Cleaning

How should I clean the lace on my wig or beard?

It is best to clean the lace immediately after wearing. Pour 90% isopropyl alcohol into a bowl and very briefly dampen the lace edge in the alcohol to loosen the glue. You can also use a spray bottle to apply the alcohol to the lace.

Once the glue has loosened, lay the piece on a old towel, and use a soft towel or toothbrush to very gently rub the glue off of the lace.

If this doesn’t remove all of the glue, return the lace to the alcohol and repeat. It is better to re-apply the alcohol than to try and scrub the lace to remove stubborn glue since the lace is delicate and can tear.

The sooner you clean glue off of your lace after wearing, the easier it will be to clean. Easier cleaning means less wear and tear on your pieces!

See Cleaning Adhesive off Lace for an in-depth video tutorial.

For more information, check out this guide to cleaning and caring for any of our custom pieces.

Got questions about our Santa beards and wigs?

How do I make sure I order the right beard or wig for ME?

We want to make sure every one of our Santas has the perfect wig and beard. That’s why we offer four Tiers of sets that help you select the right scale for your beard. Whether you want a beard that’s short and manicured or a very long, full beard, one of our Tiers will be perfect for you. 

But it’s not just about size and scale! We also have a Santa Style Guide that will help you decide how you’d like your wig, beard and mustache styled. 

Don’t see what you’re looking for in our Style Guide or in our client galleries? No problem, just email us photos of the Santa ‘look’ you want. Whether it’s from film or real life, we can use that looks as the guide to creating and styling yours. 

How do you build a wig or beard to fit a specific person?

We build custom wigs and beards using a simple plastic tracing of the wearer’s head (for wigs) or face (for facial hair). Though the process is unsophisticated, it’s incredibly effective and is used by almost all wig makers, from Broadway on down. 

We also ask all of our clients to email us photos of themselves from the front, side and back to help ensure the wig or facial hair we build is proportional and ‘at home’ on the wearer. 

You can see our video tutorials of the tracing process here

That process seems kind of weird – why not just use measurements?

While measurements can provide some information, they don’t give us enough data to build a well-fitted wig. In fact, the shape of the head and hairline is far more important in building custom wigs than measurements! Additionally, the tracing ensures your wig will be built with sufficient room for your own hair to be hidden comfortably. 

In some instances, we do ask for a few measurements to ensure a wig or facial hair is the right length or proportional. If we need additional information for your project, we’ll let you know! 

 

I need my Santa set by November 1 – when should I order?

The honest answer to this question is – right away. Orders for custom Santa items fill up every single year, usually by the early summer. If you wait until later summer or the fall to start thinking about a Santa set, it will be too late.

While we generally set up a Wait List and can fit a few more orders in, there’s no guarantee we’ll be able to accommodate a late order. Orders always open on October 1 for the following Christmas – and you’ll receive our Early Santa Discount if you order between October 1 and December 31 while early spots remain.

How long will my Santa wig, beard or mustache last?

We know a custom Santa piece is an investment in your work. With good care and handling, you can expect one of our custom wigs or beards to last for many years, even with heavy wear.  As of 2021, our oldest Santa items are still in regular use and were created in 2008!

Mustaches and eyebrows have a slightly shorter lifespan due to their small size and more delicate foundation. For that reason, we offer replacement/additional mustaches and eyebrows at a discounted rate as part of our Santa Care cleaning and maintenance service. Still, with good care and cleaning, your mustaches can last for many years, too. 

If the day comes when your wig or beard isn’t looking as fresh, we can simply put a brand new lace edge onto the wig or beard. This is called ‘re-lacing’ and it can extend the pieces life by many more years. 

I only need a beard, can I order one without a wig? Or vice-versa?

Absolutely. While the Santas you see in our galleries are primarily wearing wig and beard sets, we often create just a beard or wig for our Santas. Some of our Snatas use one wig but have multiple beards and some only order a wig to match their own whiskers! 

I’m a real-bearded Santa but I need a wig. Can you make me one?

Yes! We often create a wig to match Santa’s own whiskers (or vice versa). We are able to make pieces that are the same color and texture as your own hair in order to  create a seamless transition.

In previous seasons, I have used my own hair or beard, but this year I need to transition to a traditional or designer set – how can I make the transition and maintain my signature “look”?

We work with many Santas who have used their own hair or facial hair, some of whom continue to do so even after they order a custom set. We can create a wig or beard to match your own hair or whiskers in order to maintain your “look”.

Do your Santa beards have a strap?

If your beard is part of a full set or will be worn with a wig, it will have a strap.  If you order just a beard, we won’t add a strap unless you request one. 

If you don’t want a strap, you can mention that in your order notes.

Is the mustache separate from the beard?

Yes. The beard and mustache are completely separate. This allows maximum facial mobility. It also makes it easy to have multiple mustaches or replace a mustache that’s worn out.

How much does a custom Santa set cost?

Santa sets (wig + beard + mustache) start at $1650. Custom Santa wigs are $1300-$1400 and Custom beards are $700-$1200.

We offer an Early Santa Discount of 10% for orders placed between October 1 and December 31 while early spaces remain.

What forms of payment does Custom Wig Company accept?

You can pay for your project with a credit or debit card via Square. You may also use your paypal account or a bank account transfer. We accept payment through Chase Zelle and we will also accept a personal or business check with prior approval. Please note that there is a $50 fee for any returned check or credit/debit card reversal. 

Does Custom Wig Company offer payment plans?

Yes! We realize that a custom piece is an investment in your work or hobby, so we offer a range of flexible payment plans

What kind of hair do you use for Santa wigs and beards?

We use human hair and yak hair. We do not work with synthetic hair for Santa pieces as it doesn’t hold up well over the long haul.

Will I be able to take my hat off while wearing your wig?

Yes! Thanks to our wigs having carefully hand-knotted lace front hairlines,  your wig will look like your own head of hair. No need to hide the edge with a hat!

You can also feel confident wearing or removing your hat as you go about your business, since your wig will look like your own hair. We do suggest a few trial runs with both wig and hat to make sure you feel comfortable placing the hat on over the wig and that your wig is firmly secured.

One caution – make sure the lining or interior of your hat is color fast. Color from the inside of hats can and does stain the wig hair. 

Will my hat fit over your wig? If not, how much bigger will my head size be when I’m wearing the wig?

In general, you can assume our wigs will add 1/2″-1″ to your overall head circumference. The density of the wig, as well as the style, will impact how much the wig changes your head measurement. Additionally, your own hair worn under the wig may add additional girth to your head size. 

Is there more information on your Santa beard and wigs?

Yes – our main Santa page is full of information on the different Tiers and styles we offer. You can use our Custom Order Form to place your order. 

To help you use and care for your pieces, we have a whole series of videos and posts to help you. You can see how our wigs and beard are built, how to put them on and how to take care of them.

Additionally, our Santas clients have access to a library of exclusive content to help them care for and use their wigs or beards.

What about Mrs. Claus?

We love creating custom wigs for Mrs. Claus! See Mrs. Santa’s Salon for more information our or custom Mrs. Claus wigs!