Here you can find lots of different of capless wigs and some professional suggestions on choosing and wearing wig.
My stylist added highlights and shaped and layered it. I get compliments when I wear it. I have worn it everyday since October and I am just now beginning to see some breakage and frizz. Also a little easier to get tangled. My favorite thing about this wig is that I can scrunch it while wet and air dry it for a wavy look, or I can blow dry and straighten it, but either way it looks great. Don’t be afraid of new things, just start to change.
Well, I don’t think capless wigs gonna be really hot and uncomfortable! First of all, U should buy Lace Wigs for yourself, full lace wigs or lace front wigs, they are really comfortabe, because lace wigs are handmade, they can ventilated your head.
In the summer I tend to buy capless wigs that have less thick wafts of hair. Bobby Boss is one of my favorites. They are well construct who get good coverage with a bit less hair. There are other brands that have more thick wafts and I don’t use their wigs in the summer. I also shave what’s left my hair more often (every 4 weeks rather then 7) in the summer to cut down on the insulation my own hair provides. This makes it a bit less hot in the wig.
Let me toss out another thing. There are some Chemo patients who find their scalp become sensitive during treatment. They find wearing a capless wigs uncomfortable. They have special wigs out there for them. I have never worn one of them due to the cost.