How to manage friction in your synthetic wig or topper ...
Wig wearers all over the world can relate to the dreaded friction damage that often occurs with synthetic wigs and toppers!
It's unavoidable but there are a few things that you can do to ensure your synthetic wig or topper looks it's best for as long as possible.
If you wear longer length synthetic hair, and by longer length I mean anything that's below shoulder length, then wearing your hair tied back is going to make a massive difference to the amount of friction that;s generated in the nape area of your wig.
We move our heads about a lot more than we think during the day!
Experiment with low ponytails, messy buns, braids and side ponytails and find something you like.
Wearing your hair like this during the day whilst you're at work or running errands will make a difference.
I know I bang on about this all the time but I really can't stress enough just how important it is to ensure you protect your investment and use the correct products on your synthetic wigs and toppers.
Our bestselling care products are manufactured by Jon Renau and you can find them in our care accessories section of the website right here.
There is lots of information flying around the internet about how baby shampoo and fabric conditioner can be used to wash your synthetic wig and this is true for occasional use but not for every wash.
The correct products are specifically made to care for synthetic fibre.