When a wig is used by orthodox Jewish women they are referred to as “sheitel” or “shaitel” otherwise pronounced as shaytl (פאה נוכרית). It is understood from biblical times that as a rule religious married women should cover their hair and in doing so this is to demonstrate modesty. As opposed to wearing perhaps a scarf to cover hair, Jewish wigs in recent years have become a popular and new alternative, particularly in the Jewish community.
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You can find out more about the history and religious significance of Jewish wigs here (Wikepedia). The article also covers the various views regarding acceptable covering of a married woman’s head from significant leaders of the Jewish faith.
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