Even though we are still just 3 months into the year, there have already been significant technological advancements in producing and designing human hair wigs.
These have been crucial in increasing market growth, particularly with Black women.
Research shows that human hair wigs and extensions markets should rise by $4.66 billion between 2021 and 2025.
They should grow at a 9.71% Compound Annual Growth Rate during the same period.
The Future Is Here
Nadula Hair is one company that believes it is the future of human hair wigs, thanks to its versatile range of products.
According to the brand, you can style or curl their products as you would do with your own natural hair.
Human hair wigs typically last longer than other types; you can also style them better.
The catch is usually that they are more costly than other types and need more maintenance.
If you are going for a natural look, these wigs will look better than synthetic ones most of the time. There are clear exceptions, of course.
Nadula Hair is not the only brand that offers human hair wigs for Black women.
To All My Black Girls is another brand that caters to the needs of Black women.
It offers natural textured hair extensions that blend well with Caribbean, African, and mixed hair types.
These options can help them to feel bolder and more confident.
Brands like these work with fashionistas, help to develop manufacturing technologies and have loyal customers.
The products you can get from these brands include micron links, accessories, ponytails, clip-ins, wefts, human hair bundles, colored wigs, curly wigs, and more.
With the rise of brands that create products that meet the particular needs of a select group of people, Black women now have more options.
Looking good will only get more accessible thanks to these products, and even their quality should improve with time.