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Laser Hair Therapy

Laser Hair Therapy is a safe, effective treatment that is painless, has absolutely no side effects and is completely noninvasive. It uses a non-thermal (cool) laser in low level to bathe scalp and hair in a pure therapeutic red light. This therapeutic light produces a thicker looking and fuller feeling head or hair.

Wigs are for everyone, from the fashionable person that wants a new look every day to the person that prefers low maintenance and does not want to commit to a certain "look".

Jolie Couture on Main holds a selection of Hair pieces and Wigs . We also are able to recondition, re- style or style , wash , cut and even color your wig /hairpiece. We love being able to offer these options to anyone that walks into our doors . We are able to beat any price in the valley when it comes to wigs/hair piece. Take advantage of our special for new customers here and give us a call to set up a consultation just for you!

FYI: Some Insurance Providers do cover Cranial Prosthesis , so check with you provider and give us a call ! 



A wide range of factors will influence your choice of wigs: human hair or synthetic; short or long; custom- or machine-made; and price (which can range from $40 to over $4,000).

Synthetic vs. Human Hair

Most people prefer synthetic hair. It's easier to maintain and less expensive. Most synthetic wigs have their style molded into them, but some can be reset. The advantage to style-able wigs is that you can change their look, just as with real hair. .

Wigs made of human hair will obviously look and feel more like your hair, but are expensive, starting at $1,000, and are far more time consuming. You can use heated appliances on them for touch-ups, but you'll probably want to take them to a professional to be washed and styled. There are three types of real hair used in wigs: Asian, Indonesian and European. The most readily available and least expensive is Asian. It is also the heaviest and least like the hair found on Western Europeans. Indonesian is slightly finer and considered a mid-grade hair. European is the finest and most rare, and is priced accordingly. Since all these wigs are cleaned, stripped, dyed and possibly permed, it is often difficult to tell what type of hair a wig is made from by the color or the curl alone.

Wig Construction and Form

The way a wig is made affects how it looks just as much as, if not more than, the type of hair used. A quality synthetic wig is preferable to a poorly made human one. There are three different types of wig constructions: custom, hand-made and machine-made.

  • Machine-made wigs are the least expensive and most widely available. If you've ever worn a wig, this is probably the type you are familiar with. Wefts of hair are sewn together in a straight line, cut and assembled into a wig. (When you look inside a machine-made wig you can see the lines.) Many look extremely realistic as long as they are not parted, pulled back or otherwise altered. Some people find these wigs more comfortable because the construction creates vents that allow air to circulate to the scalp.
  • Hand-made wigs look the most natural of the prefabricated choices because individual strands are knotted on to a skullcap rather than wefts of hair being sewn together. These wigs can be parted and styled with accessories because there is no chance the vents will be exposed. The hair also falls and moves more naturally.
  • Custom-made wigs are almost indistinguishable from natural hair. They are usually not a viable option for cancer patients, as they are extremely expensive and generally take more than two months to complete. Make sure that you have final approval on the choice of hair and style. And unless you have prior knowledge of the shop, call your local chapter of the American Cancer Society to double-check that you are working with a reputable establishment.