Frequently asked questions on our wig products and wig services
Tammy makes you feel welcome and comfortable, instantly allaying your fear and concern. Tammy likes to sit down with her clients and have a chat to ensure she understands your needs.
She will probably discuss some of her experiences of hair loss from Alopecia and of wearing wigs and she will give you all the best tips on wearing and caring for your wig.
Tammy Lobato Wigs only stock the most realistic and natural looking wigs – the wigs that Tammy would be happy to wear herself, she refuses to stock the wigs that look like wigs.
Most of Tammy’s wigs are constructed with SmartLace which provide the most realistic appearance creating a natural hairline and scalp effect not found in other wigs.
Many wigs can be uncomfortable and unsecure, Tammy has endured many of them. Tammy’s SmartLace and Mono Top wigs are made with the highest construction methods deliberately to create comfort from the smooth and silky surface inside the cap.
The fine welded lace front will conform to the shape of your head allowing for maximum styling versatility and the most secure fit available.
The cost of our wigs ranges from $300 to $600 for synthetic wigs and from $1400 to $3000 for human hair wigs.
Yes, did you know that there are wig libraries?
Peninsula Private and Beleura Private
created the Peninsula Community Wig Centre at Frankston and Sorrento.
Phone: 0407 525 119.
St John of God, Berwick
Phone: 03 9793 0550
The Cancer Council can also provide a limited range of free wigs
Phone: 131 120
Some private health funds provide rebates on the cost of a wig.
People with permanent hair loss such as Alopecia may be eligible for a rebate from the Department of Health and Human Services through the Aids and Equipment program.
Yes. We are open each weekday from Tuesday – Friday 10:00am – 4:30pm and Saturdays 10am – 5pm, however if these hours are not convenient please call Tammy to discuss an alternative.
Yes we provide layby for Human hair wigs and require 25% deposit.