Synthetic lace front wigs have become a popular alternative to human hair wigs due to their affordability, durability, and ease of maintenance. They are made from synthetic fibers that are designed to mimic the texture, look, and feel of natural human hair.
The lace cap that covers the wig's front gives the lace front wig its name. Typically, this lace cap is constructed of a fine, sheer material that matches the wearer's skin tone and creates the illusion of a natural hairline. Synthetic hair is used for the other portions of the wig, and it is sewn, glued, or even weld-attached to the cap.
The price of synthetic lace front wigs is one of its main benefits. Compared to human hair wigs, which can cost hundreds or even thousands of dollars, they are substantially less expensive. This makes them a great option for those on a limited budget or who do not want to make a significant financial commitment in a wig.
Synthetic lace front wigs are not only inexpensive and long-lasting, but also incredibly simple to care for. They don't need to be cared for and maintained to the same extent as human hair wigs, which frequently need to be washed, condition-treated, and styled. You may easily wash and air dry synthetic wigs by using a moderate shampoo.
Can I hot comb a synthetic wig?
No, you should not hot comb a synthetic wig. Synthetic wigs are made from fibers that are not heat-resistant and can be damaged by high temperatures.
Hot combing involves using a heated metal comb to straighten and smooth hair. This method is commonly used on natural hair or human hair wigs, but it is not suitable for synthetic wigs.
Exposing a synthetic wig to high temperatures can cause the fibers to melt, frizz, or lose their shape. This can ruin the appearance of the wig and make it unusable.
If you need to straighten or style your synthetic wig, it is best to use a low-heat styling tool, such as a hair dryer on a cool setting or a synthetic wig-friendly flat iron or curling iron. Always be careful and use caution when styling your wig to avoid damaging the fibers.