Article published by : Kally Con on Tuesday, June 16, 2015 - Viewed 551 times

Category : Fashion

What Are The Different Types Of Synthetic Wigs?

Human hair Lace Full Wigs are expensive. And they require a great deal of care. They must be styled daily, washed very often and are high maintenance. They require trimming and styling by a hair stylist, usually before they can be worn. Generally speaking human hair products can be treated as you would treat your own hair.

Synthetic Wigs are readily available in many various trendy styles and colours & maintain their shape, volume & texture due to the fibre used for making them. They are by far the cheapest and need minimum maintenance overall. The majority of the styles are 'shake & wear'. Nowadays, the quality of these wigs is so real - its hard to tell the difference between them and Human Hair Wigs.

However the use of heated rollers, curling/straightening irons and hair dryers on these wigs is certainly not recommended as they can be permanently damaged. Full Lace Human Hair Wigs on the other hand require a little more care than synthetic They should be treated like your own hair; - washed, dried, styled and conditioned. They can loose their style if they get wet - as with your own hair - and on humid days they could frizz also. However they are more durable and more versatile than synthetic wigs and hence a little more expensive. - Human hair wigs, made of 100% remy hair, can show the charm of ladies immediately. Smoothness, softness, full cuticle, beautiful texture, super fine lace, perfect cap structure make the nuatural looking wigs possible. You will find all kinds of full lace wigs and lace front wigs here. Full lace wigs, 100% hand tied with virgin remy human hair, will add charm, length, thickness to your own hair immediately and naturally. Lace front wigs, half hand tied and half machined, is the most economic choice for you.

By: Kally Con

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