Understanding the Different Types of Jon Renau Wigs

 Jon Renau offer a wide range of wig options to cater to every individual’s preferences and requirements. Let’s explore the different types of wigs they have to offer:

Synthetic Jon Renau Wigs:

Jon Renau’s synthetic hair wigs are crafted with the utmost precision and attention to detail. These wigs are made from high-quality synthetic fibers that mimic the look and feel of natural hair. They are available in various styles, lengths, and colors, allowing you to find the perfect match for your desired look. HD Synthetic fiber is also available for certain styles allowing complete styling freedom. 

Some Jon Renau Synthetic Wigs to Consider: JanuaryScarlett  |  Cameron  |  Ignite (HD) Naomi LA Wig Company Synthetic Wigs

Human Hair Jon Renau Wigs:

For those seeking the ultimate luxury and realism, Jon Renau’s human hair wigs are the perfect choice. These wigs are made from 100% real human hair, giving you the freedom to style and treat them just like your natural hair. From straight to curly, short to long, the possibilities are endless with these exquisite human hair wigs.

Blake Lite by Jon Renau - Remy Human Hair Wig
Blake Lite by Jon Renau - 4RN
Margot by Jon Renau in 22-F16S8 (Venice Blonde)
Margot by Jon Renau in 22-F16S8 (Venice Blonde)
Carrie Lite by Jon Renau - Human Hair Wig
Carrie Lite by Jon Renau - FS4/33/30A
Sienna Lite - Jon Renau Exclusive Remy Human Hair Wig
Sienna Lite by Jon Renau - 22F16s8 (Venice Beach Blonde)
Lace Front Jon Renau Wigs:

Jon Renau lace front wigs are designed to provide a natural-looking hairline and seamless integration with your own hair. The sheer lace front creates the illusion of hair growing directly from your scalp, allowing for versatile styling options and a truly realistic appearance. Whether you prefer a center part, side part, or pulled-back style, lace front wigs offer the ultimate flexibility.

Monofilament Jon Renau Wigs:

 If you’re looking for maximum comfort and breathability, Ellen Wille’s monofilament wigs are an excellent choice. These wigs feature a thin, transparent monofilament cap that mimics the look of your scalp, giving the illusion of hair growing naturally. The monofilament construction also allows for multi-directional parting and a natural movement, ensuring a truly realistic and comfortable fit.

Hand-Tied Jon Renau Wigs:

Jon Renau’s hand-tied wigs are the epitome of craftsmanship and attention to detail. Each hair strand is individually hand-tied to the wig cap, creating a natural flow and movement that closely resembles real hair. These wigs offer exceptional comfort and flexibility, making them an ideal choice for those with sensitive scalps or undergoing medical treatments.

Jon Renau Wig Colors:

Jon Renau offers a stunning array of wig colors that cater to diverse preferences and styles. Renowned for their high-quality synthetic and human hair wigs, the Jon Renau 150 color collection boasts an extensive range of options. From classic shades like blondes, brunettes, and reds to trendy ombres, highlights, and fashion-forward hues, there’s a color to suit every personality and mood. LA Wig Company Favorites are the California Blondes and the Gorgeous Grays.


Jon Renau California Blonde Collection

Jon Renau Wig Styles

No matter which type of Jon Renau wig you choose, you can rest assured that you’ll be investing in a high-quality product that is designed to enhance your natural beauty and boost your confidence. In addition to Bobs, Pixies and Long, Medium and Short, Straight and Wavy, Jon Renau has a super popular collection of low-density hair wigs called Smartlace Lite. 

Zara Lite by Jon Renau - Synthetic Wig
Zara Lite by Jon Renau in FS17/101S18 (Laguna Blonde)
Carrie Lite Petite by Jon Renau - Human Hair Wig dark brown color on women
Miranda Lite by Jon Renau in 8RH16

Jon Renau SmartLace Lite Collection

Carrie Lite Petite by Jon Renau - Human Hair Long Wig on women
Carrie Lite by Jon Renau in 4RN
Carrie Lite Petite by Jon Renau - Human Hair Short Blonde Wig on women
Cameron Lite Petite by Jon Renau in 24BT18S8