New products

  • Story Lace Wig by Ellen Wille
  • Wig Clips
Story Lace Wig by Ellen Wille
Story Lace Wig by Ellen Wille, is a collar length style with natural...Read more
Wig Clips
Judy Plum Wig clips, are specially designed to hold wigs and hair...Read more

All new products

About Us

The Highest Possible Service

The company was founded in 1888 by William Holms. At Judy Plum Wigs we are fully committed to offering our customers the highest possible service, with quality, approved products at great prices. Our fully trained staff can advise you of the best wig, hairpiece or accessories for your needs. We are an NHS authorized wig provider and work closely with several cancer charities around England and Scotland.

Experience

Our staff are aware that hair loss can be very upsetting and we wish to assure you that they are all experienced in giving the proper, discreet care and attention at all times.

Quality Wigs And Hairpieces

Wigs and hairpieces are good fun and the natural choice of fashion conscious women and men everywhere, and of course if you wish to change your image for your holiday, or that special occasion, Judy Plum can help!


Discreet Online Ordering

We would also like to point out that we are a TS and TG friendly company, offering discreet ordering services to each and every one of our clients.

Breif History Of The Building

The Judy Plum Wigs salon is situated in the heart of Glasgow’s City Centre, just off the pedestrianised section of the famous Buchanan Street. 

Mitchell Lane is a cosmopolitan pedestrian link from Buchanan Street joining Mitchell Street, hosting the well known landmark, The Lighthouse building.

Judy Plum Wigs is directly across from the Lighthouse at 14 Mitchell Lane within the grand old listed building of Gordon Chambers, we are proud to be situated within such a stylish period building which was designed by the Architect Frank Burnet. The building was designed for publican David Ross who had made a fortune in gold and cattle in Australasia, whose initials were inscribed on the facade. 

The impressive eight-storey red sandstone building was completed in 1906 at an estimated cost of £32,500 which was an enormous cost at the time. It occupies the area between Mitchell Street, Mitchell Lane and Gordon Lane. Ask the liftman to take you to direct the 5th floor.