There is no such thing as an NHS wig at Morgan’s.
We are here to offer our expertise and find the perfect fit for your hair loss condition.
Your entitlement for a wig through the NHS scheme will depend on your condition, it may be that you are entitled to a new one every 6 months. It will also depend on your local trust too.
We can of course help advise you if you wish to purchase privately.
We work with you throughout your hair loss journey. Right through to when your own hair start to grow back! This is one of the most fabulous parts of our job.
We offer a free hair cut and style to every one of our clients and love to help you adapt to your new look once again.
There are advantages to both and it might be that you want one of each for different occasions.
Human hair wigs can offer the most natural look and feel and are more versatile when it comes to styling.
At Morgan’s we are hugely experienced in the custom colouring of wigs and can even cut and style the wig so that it is completely unique and bespoke for you.
As you can imagine human hair wigs are more expensive, but with proper care they can last over a year.
With synthetic wigs you can probably afford more and they can often be worn straight out of the box with no styling required.
The right wig cap can be transformative and really make wearing your wig comfortable and very wearable, ensuring you feel super confident.
The base of any wig is called a cap. There are a number of different types of caps, some are hand tied for natural movement and a great option for versatility is a monofilament wig and cap which can be really gentle and kind to sensitive caps.
A comfortable and sympathetic chat with you about your hair loss. This will help determine the best solution for you.
Our aim is for you to feel comfortable. The transformation takes time. Everyone’s journey is different, there is no pressure to purchase.
We encourage you to have regular maintenance appointments for a healthy scalp, and we want you to know we are always here for you no matter the reason.