Now, then, on to your question. I started growing out my real hair wigs for women years before I transitioned. With one important exception, “male” hair is no different from “female” hair. Differences come down to growing your hair out, proper hair care (conditioning, using quality products, etc.), the style in which hair is cut and styled, etc.
So my hair is pretty much the same real hair wigs for women it always was, but with a different cut, different styling, etc. No real magic to it.
Now, here’s the important exception: people who naturally produce or who are taking male hormones are more likely to have a receding real hair wigs for women or go bald than people who naturally produce or are taking female hormones. And when your hairline changes, it basically doesn’t grow back.
So some trans real hair wigs for women because of their hairline. Others wear wigs temporarily while their hair grows out longer after transition. And some women, cis and trans, wear wigs just so they can try a completely different style, color, etc.
But plenty of other trans women just have the hair we have.
Which is right for you? Maybe both. Human Hair and Synthetic real hair wigs for women have advantages and limitations which make them the right choice at different times. Both are great choices for you depending on your budget, time, and needs. Optimally, you will choose to have both on hand as they each have their pluses! Here are the facts so you can know what circumstance is most beneficial for each.