What Do You Know About Synthetic Wigs
Nowdays the quality of synthetic wigs is on the top excellence, being visually indistinguishable from human hair, even for sharp-eyed experts. Synthetic wigs are easier to care for and are priced at a lower level. The monofilament fiber "hair" used to make synthetic wigs have "memory", which means it maintains its wave or curl, texture and volume, requiring minimal upkeep. Synthetic wigs, however, are not designed to accept a permanent wave or “hair” dye, and can be permanently damaged by the use of curling irons, blow dryers or hot rollers.
The fiber is made from the raw material Kanekalon, which is imported from Japan. It's commonly used for hair extensions, weaves, wigs and doll’s hair. Kanekalon is flame-retardant and comes in a variety of styles and textures. Synthetic hair can be styled more frequently than Human Hair. Most fashion wigs come with extra 10% to 30% of hair. This is why all wigs can benefit from fine-tuning by a professional stylist. Some wigs may require minimal shaping, whereas other wigs may need significant thinning. One of the keys to successfully wearing a wig is having it professionally styled on your head to suit your features.
If you love to cook, never open the oven while wearing a synthetic hair wigs! The sudden burst of heat will ruin your wig; even the hot steam from a boiling pot of water can also cause irreparable damage. So swap your wig for a stylish scarf or a comfy cap. Better yet, kick back and let someone else do the dirty work. Add a headband, scarf or any hair accessory to create a personal touch. That you are wearing a wig doesn't mean you have to wear it the same way all the time. That could make the wigs looks more natural!