Jon Renau Topper Buying Guide
Hair loss can be a stressful and emotional experience. Jon Renau toppers are available in different sizes, fibers, and cap designs for every stage of hair loss. Whether you are encountering hair loss from thinning hair, alopecia, hormonal changes, stress, or a medical procedure such as cancer treatment, we can help you find a topper that is best for your individual needs. Watch the video below to learn about Jon Renau Toppers.
Benefits of Wearing a Jon Renau Topper
- Targets all stages of hair loss:
The main factor to consider when choosing a hair topper is where you are experiencing hair loss. From beginning, to mid-progressive and advanced stage hair loss, Jon Renau toppers are an ideal solution for providing coverage in localized areas such as front/fringe, crown, part, and throughout the entire top of the head.
- Cost-effective with styling flexibility:
Available in short, medium, and long lengths, Jon Renau toppers are made using synthetic, heat resistant, and Remy human hair. Heat-resistant fiber gives more styling flexibility than synthetic fiber, as the hair can be styled using a low/medium heat setting and can be curled, blow-dried, or flat ironed to achieve a different hairstyle. Synthetic or heat-resistant synthetic toppers are typically the most cost-effective solution. Remy human hair toppers are higher in price but have the most natural look and feel, and you can style it just as you would your natural hair.
- Seamless blending with your natural hair:
Jon Renau toppers are designed to integrate with your existing hair to create a seamless and natural look, adding volume and coverage exactly where you need it.
- Quick and easy to apply:
Apply in minutes without hassle or fuss. The pressure sensitive clips snap in easily for a secure, comfortable fit and remain secure throughout the entire wearing time. You can easily attach and remove them yourself in a matter of minutes.
How To Select the Right Topper
STEP 1: IDENTIFY THE STAGE OF HAIR LOSS
Using the guide below, identify the stage that most closely resembles your hair.
STEP 2: ASSESS THE AREA OF HAIR LOSS
Using the guide below, identify the area on your head where you are experiencing hair loss
STEP 3: MEASURE THE AREA OF HAIR LOSS
Measure the area where you are experiencing hair loss by taking 2 measurements: front to back and side to side. This is an important step, because you want to be sure that you have enough hair to attach the clips. You will want to take note of the base dimension of each product as you consider which hairpiece or topper is best for you.
As you browse the Jon Renau Topper Collection, use this information as your guide for selecting the best topper for your specific need.
See How to Style and Apply a Jon Renau Topper: