10 Hairstyles to try while social distancing

During quarantine can be such a boring period. You either have more time than usual or find out that you’re busier than you used to be. Thinking about your hair, you don’t have to cut your hair or dye your hair because of the quarantine period. We have rounded up a few moods lifting hairstyles that can be done during the social distancing period. The best part is that you don’t require a professional hairstylist to achieve some of these looks. They are simple, easy, and pretty hairstyles that you can try in the comfort of your home. They have the ability to spruce up the look you wear.

These 10 quick, stylish hairstyles can be all you would ever ask for or want to try-on while social distancing. They are:

1. Heatless hairstyles: If you are thinking of a better time for you to try out a heatless hairstyle; during social distancing or quarantine is the best time to try this out. You can stay at home safely and make your heatless curls while protecting your body from the worldwide pandemic. This hairstyle does not only look great, but it is also a way of reviving your hair from regular heat damage. For those who love curly hair and uses curler a lot, this hairstyle will restore your hair from regular heat damage. The heatless hairstyle isn’t just a good social distancing hairstyle, but it also helps our hair in various ways we do not know of.

2. French braids: French braid is a classic and widely loved braid. It is easier to make but still needs some practice. French braids look good and even better if you have long hair. While getting bored during the quarantine and wondering the hairstyle to try while social distancing, try practicing this hairstyle. With the help of online videos or step-by-step tutorial, you will become an expert in making a French braid. The French braid is lovely, easy, and helpful during this season.

3. Frizzy hair hairstyles: Are you fed up with the ever-present frizz in your hair? Why don’t you try changing it into a hairstyle? If frizz is your Achilles’s heel, then consider it a temporary hairstyle for the pandemic. Everyone is learning how to deal with their hair, and some are trying to be better in their hair journey. Embracing your natural frizzy hair when you can’t deal with the frizz, sounds easy and quick, right? Sure it is. These look will help you reduce the appearance of frizz and keep you looking super stylish while you’re social distancing.

4. Waterfall braid: Just like the French braid, you also need some practice to make your waterfall braid, but you don’t need to be a professional to be able to make this braid. The braid is also a quick and easy braid for social distancing. All you need to do take a chunk of hair right from the front and make a braid. Once you are done, make it like a headband at the side of your head and attach it with a clip. It is quite simple to achieve and can bring out your best look during this period of global social distancing.

5. Dutch braid: Staying home during quarantine and working on important home duties like cooking, washing, or other things. While doing any of these, your hair may not just stay put, and this can be so annoying. The Dutch braid can be the perfect hairstyle for you, especially if you are looking for a no-fuss, clean WFH hairstyle. Your natural instinct may be to put up your hair in a messy bun, but this fuss-free and clean Dutch braid is the next best thing to tryout. The Dutch braid is a no-nonsense way of braiding your hair while you are social distancing.

6. Tight curls: The hairstyle isn’t just good for the quarantine period but also cute, bouncy, and very much fun. If you are a curl lover and wishing your hair was naturally curly. Tight curl hairstyles are all you need. The sections are typically smaller for these types of tight ringlet curls. Tight curls may take you a long time to achieve, but the end result is usually worth it. Tight curls are suitable for almost all hair types, and you will enjoy doing it during this period.

7. Quick, elegant low bun: The name already betrays its quality. Suppose you love half-up, half-down style. A quick, elegant low bun can help perk your look so fast. It is pretty easy and quick to make. It is also a perfect go-to for casual. This look can work for long or medium hair length.

8. Topknot: A top knot is an ideal social distancing hairstyle for people with thick hair types to try out. It is one of the cute hairstyles to try out; it is pretty quick and easy to make, especially when you are running late. This hairstyle gives you a voluminous looking easy bun. All you need is elastic, pins, and a doughnut-shaped bun to form this amazing hairstyle in minutes. This hairstyle is also popular in old Chinese and Korean cultures and has been re-modified to fit modern beauty.

9. Low braids: A no brainer hairstyle that’s high in imparted is this messy low braid. It is best worn on long hair but doesn’t look bad on medium hair. It might look complicated, but it is pretty easy and quick to make. To achieve this alluring hairstyle; create a loose, diffuse, middle parting. You are not supposed to stress about this parting because it is easy to make and less complicated in reality. To do it, gather each hair below each ear and begin to lose. Make sure to leave a few tendrils at each temple to soften the entire look. Tug the area behind your crown to create a bit of life. Secure the end with a tie, and you are good to go. Low braids look complicated, but it’s easy when you get to know it.

10. Bubble pony: The bubble pony hairstyle is pretty easy to create. It is created from ponytails. It can take your look to the next level and can spice things up. To achieve this look, slick your ponytail into a high ponytail that sits at the top of your head. To achieve that bubble effect, simply cut your ponytail into segment downward with different elastics. This look should be your go-to easy look if you are a ponytail lover and want to explore other unique styles of making ponytails.

During social distancing or quarantine, your hair shouldn’t betray you, and you don’t need to look shabby and rough during this period. These 10 hairstyles can be the one-end-solution to your hair needs, and you will be equally equipped with a new hair skill.

Suggestions For Bald Patches Where The Clips Go

We got feedback recently like that:

“I’ve been wearing toppers for two years now, and this is my current and absolute favorite, Melanie in chocolate caramel! She is the 20”, but is probably closer to 17 or 18 as I had her trimmed.

I have a question I am hoping someone can help with: I wear my topper every day, so I have small almost bald patches where the clips go. I totally accept this as part of the whole picture. However, those spots get very dry and irritated! Almost like a baby getting cradle cap. Has anyone else experienced this? Suggestions on how to treat it best?” -from one of our customers.

For sensitive scalp, if we place the clips in the same place every day, that would be caused that problem. So here’re some suggestions

Way to pull it off

Loose your hair from the clips one by one will cause baldness. Because when you open one clip and loose the hair, the other clips on your head will be stretched. So it’s better to open all clips when you are ready to take off your hair topper. Please take note of the turn you open the clips. Usually, we suggest to loose the back clips, then loose the side clips, the last ones are the front clips. Let the hair smoothly slides from the combs of the clips.

Wear a topper with a top grip

It’s getting more popular to wear a wig grip with a wig recently. So there’re also have top grip for hair toppers. UniWigs will have that top grips soon. If you want to use it urgently, just google and purchase from other vendors firstly.

The method of applying the top grip is similar to the wig grip. If you use top grips, you don’t have to clip the topper on your hair. Just apply the top grip on your head, then clip the topper on the wig grip. The top grip is usually made of velvet or other comfortable materials, that would be much more skin-friendly.

Buy a wig

For the new users, it’s not easy to handle the top grip and you would feel it’s not working for you. If you have a very sensitive scalp, wearing a wig is not a bad choice.

It helps to give your scalp a break if it is sensitive.

Use G2B

If you have a spot area, especially the thinning hairline, we suggest using glue the hair topper with a lace front. (You can purchase G2B at UniWigs) . By using the G2B glued the lace down to aid in better hold and to take the pressure off of the clips sites. Since we suggest customers use this way to lay down their hair topper on their heads, some of our customers said they can no longer wear their topper without the G2B glued and they never have to worry about it staying put-even on roller coasters.

To buy a topper with fewer clips

For some customers who like hair toppers, they insist to wear hair toppers instead of wigs for daily life. Except for the top grip, we designed a new hair topper base as below:

There’re five clips on the hair topper originally. Now it’s only 2 small clips, 2 combs, and a silicone strap. Most customers who choose the 10”x10” base sizes are with advanced hair loss. The comb will be more comfortable and sensitive to the scalp. Silicon strap fits around our head for extra security and will lay the front lace flat.

How To Cut Layers At Home This Fall

Giving yourself the best of layer cut at home this fall is not an easy task. However, with the right equipment, it can be made easy. In this piece, professional stylists at Uniwigs have highlighted five guidelines that will make the process, even more, easier for you.

If you have zero ideas of what you are about to do, a simple trim that goes wrong can turn out to be awful, when it comes to cutting your hair. This is the main reason; it is not recommended for you to have your layer cut all by yourself at home. It only put you more in the place of getting it done the wrong way.

However, in this period, we have found ourselves, talking about the ongoing pandemic terrorizing the globe, so many individuals are doing their best to avoid going to salons. So they choose their hairstyles at home.

One thing that everyone should know is, we are in the post-lockdown state period so in this fall if you don’t want to risk having your hair cut yourself, you can visit professionals in the salon.

Notwithstanding, for trying sake and adventure purposes, if you are still set on doing this, you can always get it right only if you calm down and take it slow. Giving yourself a layer cut can be daunting, especially if you are trying it for the first time. On the other hand, stressing out will only get worse. So just a deep breath, relax your nerves before starting up.

Note that aside from trying to calm yourself, you need to have a little skill or knowledge of what you are about doing. These five tips will set you going, and in the end, you can drop your comment in the comment section. We would be excited to hear from you about your experience.

1. Dampen Your Hair And Hold On To Your Tool

Just as mentioned earlier, you need only the right set of tools to make this happen. It would be best if you had a good pair of shears to make this work because the hairstyle is more than a blunt work. This should be a hair cutting shears and not a scissors for sewing or one for your kitchen. Using the wrong hair shears will cause damage to your lovely hair if you don’t have the right tool. You can conveniently make an investment buying the tool, knowing that you are still going to need it some other time.

Having a handy comb is another tool to have. A tail comb is just the best for this work. Even at the salon, a comb is necessary when cutting layers. With the comb, you can easily distribute the hair for an even cut. You wouldn’t want to end up having chunks.

Back to the process, working on damp hair allows room for more precision. So don’t forget to spritz your hair strands with some water before you start. Or wash your hair and wait for it to dry off a bit.

2. Part Your Hair Into Sections

Now you have your tools ready, and hair dampens, part your hair into sections according to how it normally falls. Parting your hair into sections helps to determine how deep you will be cutting the hair. Part the hair and clip any piece that you don’t want to touch. This is very important.

The hair you are working on is right at the very front top of your head. This should form a triangular shape into your part. You can use this hair for your layers or bangs.

3. Now Cut Slowly

You have to control the speed at which you cut. Remember that you can always cut the hair off but cannot attach it back after cutting. This is the more reason you have to take it slow.

Hold the front triangle section of your hair (as already sectioned), then divide down at the middle, this is what you will use to form the layers. Take a section at a time, then cut diagonally towards the section part. Repeat the same process at the other section making sure that the length of both sides is equal.

The length of the hair is very important; however, your face can be used as the ultimate guide to getting this right. Make sure you go a little longer when cutting your hair and make use of your facial features to track your cuts. For instance, the longest pieces should be at your chin, while the shortest ones should fall around your nose.

Another tip to take note of is this, when forming your face-framing bits, try to elevate and cut upward into the hair slightly. This is known as point cutting. Point cutting is simply holding the hair scissors at the tip of your hair and cutting a little amount of hair at the tip to make it look soft. Also, this technique can be used to get cut off bulk hair without touching the length.

For starters, point cutting is very easy and simple to try. Some other methods may be too advanced to catch up with. Whatever methods you decide to use, try to do it slowly, only cut off a small amount of hair at a time to avoid making irreversible mistakes.

4. Ensure Both Sides Are Even

Once you can go past the front cutting process, then it means you are almost done. Layers cut is all about making sure that both sections are equal and match up. To know if you are right, comb the sections altogether. Comb downwards in front of your face to confirm if it’s equal. You are permitted to do some trimming once you notice that some parts of the hair length are longer. Just make sure you don’t take off much hair while trimming.

5. Style Up For Final Touching

Congratulations! This is the last thing to do but not necessary. Now, you can style your hair. The only fact about this is that it will make you notice what needs to be adjusted. Use a round brush to blow-dry the hair. Then fix your layers as you deem fit. Styling your hair will help you know if you have successfully given yourself a nice layer cut or if there is more work to do.


Now you know what to do to give yourself a befitting layer cut while at home this fall. If you are up for this task, follow the process as explained, and don’t forget to let us know about your experience in the comment section.

How to Take Care of Your Hairline

Hairlines can be very fragile and should be well cared for. Many women suffer from thinning hairline while others have naturally thin hairlines. Since the hairline is considerably fragile, maximum attention should be given to ensure that it grows healthy and strong without breakage or other related hair damages. A damaged hairline is every woman’s nightmare, and sadly many women suffer this without men being left out. You don’t know the importance of your hairline until you’ve lost a significant amount of it. Aside from the shame and embarrassment, you may face, you may also face other important reasons you need to take care of your hairline.

However, there are several ways you can keep your hairline healthy, ranging from diets to lifestyle or even your styling technique.

In this article, we will discuss the various ways you can care for hairline to ensure a healthy hairline and attractive hairline.

1. Cut down the amount of heat you expose your hair to Excessive use of hot styling tools like the hairdryer, curling wand, and strengtheners can pose threats to the health and quality of your hairline. If you must care for your hairline, you have to cut down the use of these hot styling tools, especially if you use them every day. This is because when your hair, especially the hairline, is being exposed to too much heat, the hairline will be prone to breakage, and this may even weaken your hair, which will lead to hair loss. Too much heat is detrimental to the hair and its lines.

2. Handle your hairline gently when combing or brushing: Regular hair brushing is important, but the way you brush or comb it is even more important. The hairline’s hair is shorter and fragile and will likely pull if you are rough when brushing or combing them. If you don’t do gentle combing, the brush bristles may get caught in your hair, causing it to snap. To avoid this damage, you have to ensure that you comb your hair gentler or apply hair oil to make the hair softer for combing. Combing shouldn’t be done roughly and anyhow.

3. Avoid hair products loaded with strong chemicals: Hair products that are often filled with toxic chemicals will undoubtedly make your hairline prone to damages. Since the front of the hair is fragile, avoid strong chemicals that may do more harm than good to it. Some of these chemicals may literally burn the root of your hairline and may have the tendency to kill your hair’s natural integrity. Depending on whichever brand you choose, there are other effective ingredients to look out for when getting a hair product. These ingredients are proteins, vitamins, trace minerals, and essential oil. However, these ingredients will not cause irritation, dryness, or breakage of hair or hairline and help you achieve a beautiful and healthy hairline. So whenever you decide to get a hair product, ensure the chemical contents are less or milder. Go more organic and avoid the chemicals.

4. Regularly massage your hairline: Massaging your scalp and hairline every day will enhance blood circulation and can even strengthen your hair follicles. This shouldn’t be done vigorously but gently, as it will also help improve your hair and hairline’s general health. You can also massage with natural oils that will help stimulate growth and even strengthen it. It is important to do this as frequently as possible as your overall scalp and hair health may depend on it. Your hair loves stimulation, so makes out a minute and apply some oil to your scalp to foster your hairline growth.

5. Reduce adding tension to your hair and scalp: Avoid tight braids and hairstyles that could add too much pressure to your hair or scalp, because this can likely pull at your hairline and pull out the weaker hairs at the front hair. It is not advisable to keep to braids for too long and make sure your ponytails and braids are loosely made to avoid them pulling at your hair. There is a misconception that tightly made braids appear neater, but this is not worth losing your hair. One of the best things you can do for your hair is to let it rest and carry less weight. You don’t have to do one hairstyle after the other; instead, you should let your hair rest after each hairstyle. You can even wear your own hair in-between hairstyles. Thicker braids are even a safer option, and undo braids carefully because pulling and tugging will only worsen the situation, and you may even end up losing some hairs at your hairline in the process.

6. Maintain an adequate diet: Healthy diet is a contributing factor to having stronger hair. According to experts, inadequate feeding habits are also a leading cause of an unhealthy hairline. Many people out there do not know that the type of food they consume affects their hairline and hair generally. Eating healthy diets like foods rich in antioxidants can help your hair look fuller and healthier; the antioxidant in these adequate diets helps you fight oxidative stress that can damage your hair quickly. Many people still don’t realize the impact of what they consume make to our hair. The benefits start from nourishing it to ensuring that we grow healthy and strong hair. If you were eating healthy and all of a sudden, you suddenly begin feeding poorly; you will notice drastic changes in your hair texture, color, strength, and growth. Improve your diet today to ensure a healthier hairline.

7. Use lesser products on your hairline: Anything done in excessive is always never good. Excessive use of these hair products can also cause tiny bumps on your hairline. If you notice tiny bumps on your hairline, consider using lesser products along your hairline, and don’t forget to wash off properly the residue from hair care products. Too much use of hair products can cause breakouts anywhere, especially on your hairline. If you must use hair products, make sure they are friendly to your hair and do not apply too much. If possible, always follow instructions by the producers, apply gently, and make sure to wash off properly the ones that are meant to be washed off.

Hairline typically shows the integrity of the whole hair. Following these suggestions and adapting to necessary changes will ensure a healthy, fine-looking, and attractive hairline. Don’t use any hair products you see just because you see others using it. Some of these chemical-ridden products may attack your hair texture.