3 Great Reasons To Choose A Heat Friendly Synthetic Wig

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3 Great Reasons To Choose A Heat Friendly Synthetic Wig

3 Reasons to Choose Heat Friendly Wigs

If you’re in the market for a synthetic wig, you have two choices as far as hair fiber is concerned: heat friendly and non-heat friendly. Many people are often slightly fearful of heat friendly styles as they may have heard many negative things about them.

For instance, they tend to clump together with regular wear. On top of that, they can get frizzy faster as well. But, while you do have a few cons that you have to manage, there are some truly great things about a heat friendly style as well.

Curious what they are? Check these out.

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Editor’s Pick by Raquel Welch in Cinnabar

Realistic Looking Hair Fiber 

If you’ve ever ordered a blonde synthetic wig before made with regular fiber, you know how you felt when you first got it out of the box. Perhaps you loved the style but woah, hello shine! This type of fiber does tend to be very shiny and often needs a bit of dry shampoo to help tone it down. Even then, it can still cast a pretty decent shine to it.

If this makes you uncomfortable, you’ll fall in love with heat friendly hair fiber. This fiber has minimal shine, so gives a much more realistic looking appearance.

Softer Hair Fiber 

Next, if you’re one who likes to touch your hair quite often and prefers a natural feeling fiber, you’ll enjoy a heat friendly style more than you will a non-heat friendly one. While there’s no question some brands have softer hair fibers in general than other brands do, when you touch a heat friendly wig, you’ll never want to go back.

The hair strands are silky soft but still have enough texture that they aren’t sliding all over the place. This said, if you don’t care for heat friendly hair, it’ll lose that softness quickly, but if you take good care of it, it should last you for some time to come.

Longer Durability 

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Ignite By Jon Renau in Shaded Praline (12FS8)

Which brings us to our last big benefit of heat friendly hair: durability. If you don’t want to be purchasing a new wig every 1-2 months for longer hair or 3-6 months for shorter hair, you might want to strongly consider heat friendly hair. It will take more upkeep over time – such as using a flat iron or curling iron to help smooth it out and get rid of any frizziness that is occurring but when treated well, it’ll look just as good as new.

Heat friendly styles can last for months with regular care and the right conditioning products, so you often can get a longer overall life from them.

So don’t be too fast to discount heat friendly wigs. They’re available in a wide range of gorgeous colors and styles, so you’ll have no trouble finding one that you fall in love with.