Las Vegas Wigs

Las Vegas Wigs
February 10th, 2011

las vegas wigsWhen I first looked for Las Vegas wig stores, I was surprised how hard it was to find a good wig in my city – showgirl capital of the world! After some searching, I’ve discovered a few wig shops, and as I visit more I will list them here. If you don’t live in Las Vegas, then this info might not be too helpful for you…  Ideally I’m looking for places in Las Vegas that make toppers and hair pieces that will seamlessly blend in with my real hair. And I want one that looks really good (like the wig the girl in the picture is wearing).

The Wig Cottage in Henderson
The Wig Cottage specializes in wigs for people with alopecia and cancer, and the store offers a comfortable environment for those self conscious about their hair. The woman that runs the store understands the emotional aspect of buying a wig, and will help you pick out the right wig in a private area. You can also schedule an appointment. They mostly sell high quality synthetic wigs from Noriko and Rene Of Paris, and they can order wigs from either line if they don’t have the color or style in stock that you want. They don’t have a lot of wigs on display, but they do have a good selection to try on. Once you purchase your wig, the price includes a haircut of the wig, so that your wig looks more natural on you.

2510 St Rose Pkwy Suite #110
Henderson, NV 89074

Hair For Her  in Las Vegas Outlet Center
I stumbled on this store when I was shopping at the LV outlet mall, and it has a nice selection of synthetic wigs on display in a variety of colors and styles. They also carry party wigs, and I’m not sure if they have human hair wigs. You can try on the wigs with the purchase of a wig cap. I haven’t tried on the wigs there yet, but plan to do so soon because I saw several that I liked. They carry high quality name brand wigs like Rene Of Paris. This is a small store, so people will be able to see you try on the wigs, but most people in the store are also shopping for wigs, so I didn’t feel too self conscious.

7400 Las Vegas Blvd S #49
Las Vegas, NV 89123

Ulta and Sally Beauty
Both of these chain stores have a small selection of hair extensions, clip-on bangs, and clip-on hair pieces. Sally Beauty also carries a small selection of wigs.

Beauty Supply Warehouse in Las Vegas
This large beauty store specializes in ethnic beauty products, and carries tons of different products. They have a large selection of hair extensions and hair in general in a variety of colors, but if you are like me and have no idea what to do with the pieces of hair, you will feel overwhelmed. The store employee I spoke with was very nice and found some hair extensions that seemed to match my hair, but I didn’t end up getting them because I wasn’t sure if I really wanted clip-on extensions. They have a decent selection of wigs too that you can try on, but they mostly come in black or dark brown colors, and I was looking for something lighter brown with blonde highlights. There are also a lot of customers in the store, so if you are nervous about having people see you try on wigs, this will be an intimidating experience. There are 5 Beauty Supply Warehouse locations (I went to the Decatur location).

1401 N Decatur Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89108

Hair Plus Beauty Supply in Las Vegas
This is another large beauty store with lots of beauty products. They also carry a lot of hair extensions, and if I knew anything about extensions, I’m sure I could have found something good here. As far as wigs go, they had a decent selection of inexpensive wigs that you can try on if you purchase a wig cap, and they carried wigs in a variety of colors. I didn’t find any wigs that looked like what I was looking for (a high quality style similar to my wavy brown hair – with highlights), so I didn’t try on anything. Like Beauty Supply Warehouse, if you are suffering from hair loss, this store might also make you feel self conscious if you go there to try on wigs.

1048 N Rancho Dr Ste A
Las Vegas, NV 89106

Reese’s Wigs in Las Vegas
This wig store has only been open since 2010 and I have seen a bunch of TV commericals for their store and salon. The store is nice but I found the selection to be pretty minimal. They don’t really carry hairpieces and there’s only a small selection of synthetic wigs. I was interested in finding a human hair wig, but they only had a few to choose from, and the one I tried on just didn’t look right on me. I didn’t see any other wigs that I wanted to try on because none matched the style of my current hair, or the style I wanted to get (Jennifer Aniston or Jennifer Lopez looking hair). This could be a good place for older women to shop for wigs, and they have a full service salon where they cut wigs for you.

4620 West Sahara Suite #3
Las Vegas, NV 89102

Serge’s Wigs in Las Vegas
This store probably has the biggest selection of wigs in Las Vegas, but even still I had a hard time finding a wig I really liked, and the amount of wigs at Serge’s was just a fraction of what you’d find on the internet. I was hoping this store would have toppers that would blend in with my real hair, but the only thing that had were falls that add volume to the back of your head. That doesn’t work if you have thinning hair on top. Serge’s has some human hair wigs, but I ended up trying on a few synthetic wigs. They looked pretty good, but since they were synthetic they still looked too wig-like to me. I was there a half hour before closing so I didn’t have a lot of time. I will go back when there’s more time to try on more wigs.

4515 West Sahara
Las Vegas, NV 89102

I have been to one Las Vegas hair restoration clinic, but I haven’t been to places that do hair systems or hair extensions yet. From my research, I have discovered the wig stores in Las Vegas don’t carry a good selection of human hair wigs, they don’t sell hairpieces to be worn as toppers to cover thinning hair, and they don’t make custom hairpieces for you. As I visit more supplemental hair places in Las Vegas, I will update this list. If you know of a wig store or hair piece company in Las Vegas or Henderson, let me know!

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11 ResponsesLeave a comment
  • vegasgirl
    February 11, 2011 at 2:58 pm

    My friend got a nice wig at Serge’s showgirl wigs in Las Vegas. They don’t just sell crazy showgirl wigs.

    • Jeni - Hair Loss Hell
      August 19, 2011 at 5:55 pm

      I recently went there and wrote briefly about my experience at Serge’s wigs.

  • vegasgirl
    February 16, 2011 at 9:14 pm

    I just saw a commercial for a place called Reeses Wigs in Las Vegas and thought of you. They say they are the biggest wig store in Las Vegas and it does look like they have a good selection.

    • Jeni - Hair Loss Hell
      February 17, 2011 at 12:24 am

      Great – thanks! I looked up those places and they look really promising. When I feel up to another round of wig shopping I will check them out.

  • Sardinita
    September 4, 2011 at 8:33 am

    I have alopecia and am going to be visiting Las Vegas Sept. 10, 2011. Any 2 or 3 specific shops I should shop at? I don’t think I’ll have time for any more than that. I really appreciate your help.

    • Jeni - Hair Loss Hell
      September 4, 2011 at 11:39 pm

      I would probably start with Serge’s wigs – their selection is the biggest of all the stores I’ve been to, but it’s almost all synthetic wigs. Just make sure to check the hours because most of these stores close pretty early. If you’re specifically looking for Noriko or Rene of Paris, you could try The Wig Cottage, but their selection is small. If you happen to be looking for dark brown or black wigs, Beauty Supply Warehouse could be a good place to go. If you’re looking for expensive human hair wigs, unfortunately I wouldn’t recommend any of these stores.

      I have a list of places that do hair replacement (which is where you get a custom hair piece bonded to your head), but I haven’t gone to any of the places in person yet. The places that do hair replacement don’t have stores – you would just make an appointment and then you’d have to go back to get the piece.

  • olivia smith
    October 14, 2012 at 9:13 pm

    Try life like hair hair center on sahara. Alicia is a stylist who has been there for 10 years. Her work is beautiful, she knows how to accomplish beleivable beautiful hair

  • Beverly
    October 26, 2013 at 6:44 pm

    Your comments really hit home with me; I have a product you might want to try. I refused to wear wigs (too hot, too much hair – looks phony) and could not handle hairpieces with “snappy” clips that pull out what hair you do have. As an answer to my own issues, I created the Miracle Hairband and was issued the patent earlier this year. It’s ridiculously simple: a monofilament (or lace) crown with hair attached (human or synthetic); there is no cap involved so the HairBand is extremely lightweight and allows the scalp to breathe. The hair is securely held in place with a headband (fancy, discreet, or in between) that has been retrofitted with a special Velcro hook fabric that clings to the hair. NO CLIPS, NO TAPE, NO GLUE! The HairBand is low density by design and blends in with the wearer’s own hair. I wear one everyday and have never been more confident. Check out my website, give me some feedback – I think you will be intrigued!

  • Mary
    January 21, 2014 at 10:22 pm

    I have to tell you that it was uplifting in a way to see someone who is enduring the same battle with hairloss. I have tried to find a medical solution. I had hoped that it was just something hormonally gone wrong. The endocrinologist wouldn’t even test me. He just looked at me and said that it’s genetic and there is no cure. I started noticing my hairloss when I was 19. I’m now 32 and it has gotten extremely bad. I tried using rogaine but it seems to just make my hair greasy with no results. I haven’t been to a wig store yet. I have definitely been dreading making that final leap. It’s like giving up the war. I’m so afraid of how people will judge me for wearing a wig. I’ve read about doing hair restoration surgery and it look so expensive and for the most part the reviews are not good. With having a wig have you found that self-esteem? Do you think you’ve found wigs/hair pieces that people can’t notice are not your hair?

  • moesha
    August 25, 2014 at 12:28 pm

    Hey ladies … Have you all tried Hair Direct ? Especially for Toppers, and real human hair…try them out

  • cheryl
    September 4, 2014 at 9:48 am

    Try US Wigs on Maryland Pkwy across from the Boulevard Mall. The owner is always on the premises. She is knowledgeable and has a medium selection of human hair and synthetic.

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