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Hairpiece & Wig Repairs

Hairpiece Repair

Repair your Hair System & Extend it's Life

Advent Hair offers lace wig repair, hairpiece repair, and toupee repair services for a fraction of the price charged in high end salons and we do an exceptional job. We are able to repair any manufacturer's hair system, even those outrageously over-priced Farrell Hair units!

When you request our Repair Order Form below, a complete form will be emailed to you which will allow you to explain to us the specific hairpiece repair work that is required. Just include the details and we’ll do the rest.

Most common repairs include the addition of hair and replacing the frontal lace with a brand new French, EZON or Swiss Lace Front. If your current hair system's frontal lace is frayed or ripped or if you have one of the early generations of lace fronts, which was rough, we can offer outstanding lace wig repair services to get you looking (and feeling) your best in your hair system.

All hairpiece repair and toupee repair jobs take 4-5 weeks to complete and the price is determined by hair length & amount of hair needed, new lace front, etc. (See cost table below.)

After we have inspected your hair system we will notify you via the phone/email with an exact price for your lace wig repair, hairpiece repair, or toupee repair. Have questions? Feel free to contact us and we’d be happy to help!

To learn the secrets of wig and hairpiece repair, download our Repair Order Form Instructions.



Repair Type Cost
Hair Add

- add hair where needed to increase density to a desired level
Oversize Base

- additional fee for bases > 80 square inches
New Lace Front

- replace french/swiss lace front with new material and hair
Material repair

- repair of torn mesh, lace or PU/Skin

- new hair to be REMY Human Hair
Long Hair

- for lengths greater than 6"
NOTE: If the base is beyond repair or requires so much hair to constitute a new unit, we will notify you that we are unable to repair the unit.

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