• Camomilla
    3
    Does anyone know if Milano WiGrip is so much better than other cheaper brands?
  • btrflygal7
    19
    I bought another brand and it worked good for me.
  • Nikilet
    10
    Same here. I bought one from amazon that was 18.99 and it seems to work well. It is called Beaugee Wig Grip.
  • A7X
    73
    That's the one that I have three of, the Beaugee. Just don't wash it in hot water, or accidentally throw it in the dryer, and it will be fine.
  • linda
    19
    Im curious about a product I recently saw advertised. "It Stays." It's a roll on product to secure wigs. Looks simple enough, but would appreciated any feedback on this.
    Thanks.
    Linda
  • Debbie
    13
    Hi Linda, I use It Stays and really like it. It is a body/hair adhesive “glue”... it is most comfortably secure for me. It is a roll on and I use at at the front hairline and bottom neck line.
  • linda
    19
    Hi Debbie, thanks so much for your reply.
    Linda
  • MarburgGirl
    23
    I'm with Debbie. It Stays is what I use. It makes me feel very secure. In hot weather, the glue tends to melt a little however if you don't touch your head, it will stay put plus in air conditioning, it will go back to it's previous state:)
  • MarburgGirl
    23
    Regarding the hair grip, I hate it! If you have any bio hair, it tends to slip and it's just too bulky and I feel that the lighter the wig, the more you tend to forget you're wearing one and the wig grip makes you constantly aware. I wear glasses and with the wig grip plus the wig, it interferes with my glasses giving me a headache just above the ears.
  • Gracie Mas WIGS.COM TEAM
    14
    It Stays is a very good seller on our site, and I agree with these ladies that it may be the best option for you! Here is a link to the product if you decide to try it!

    https://www.wigs.com/products/it-stays-body-adhesive-jon-renau
  • Sunset
    462
    I don't personally like the milano wig grip; it kept always bunching up on me. When I bought a Milano wig I purchased a wigcap that has the wig grip built into it. I really like it if I'm wearing a wig shorter than my bio hair; it holds up my bio hair really good & makes a wig secure. It's very comfortable, although I think it might get real hot in the summer. When I wear longer wigs I just let my own bio hair hang down underneath.
  • Sunset
    462
    I was trying to use the wig grip & letting my own hair hang down under the wig like a topper. I put my hair up & then used the wig grip & it worked great. My wig felt very secure.
  • Jayne
    15
    I found out the same thing. I put my silky, slippery, baby-fine hair in a little ponytail and my wig grip works much better. I still bring out a bit of hair on the sides with some wigs, but that ponytail or combing bio hair back is the trick. :wink:
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