If you’re curling a human hair wig, it’s generally safe to apply heat. Still, you don’t want to fry the hair or damage it over time. To protect the strands, apply a heat protectant spray and distribute it evenly throughout each section of hair before applying heat.
Do you put heat protectant on a synthetic wig?
High heat synthetic fibers can withstand heat tools up to 350° F, however, Jon Renau recommends setting any heat-styling tool (curling iron, flat iron, etc.) at 270°-280° F. We recommend using heat protectants and styling sprays that prevent damage to your high heat synthetic wig or hairpiece.
Can you heat damage a wig?
Just like heat can damage your hair due to the high temperatures, it can also damage wigs made of human hair. Therefore, we recommend you to invest in some heat protection spray if you find yourself straightening or curling your wig very often.
How do you curl a heat resistant synthetic wig?
- Heat the curling iron/brush to a temperature between 270°- 280° (132.2 -137.7°C).
- Once you have secured your wig to a head form, begin styling by starting at the nape. …
- Spray Restore leave-in conditioner and heat protector on each section as you curl.
How do you moisturize a synthetic wig?
Moisturize synthetic wigs just as you would normal human hair by properly conditioning the synthetic fiber. De-tangle the straight synthetic wig with a wig brush. Brush the wig gently, working from the crowns to the ends. Fill a clean sink with cool water and add 2 caps of wig conditioner to the water.
Can you use heat on high temperature wire wigs?
Smooth the fibers down with a wide toothed comb or a wire wig brush. Make sure that the section is completely tangle-free. Set the hairdryer to a warm heat setting. Do not use a high heat setting; this will cause the fibers to melt.
Can you use heat on heat resistant hair?
Depending on the type of heat protectant, you may apply it on damp hair or dry hair before using any hot tools, including blow dryers, curling irons, and straightening irons.
How can I make my wig soft again?
Apply natural oils such as Moroccan Argan Oil, Extra Virgin Olive Oil or Grape-Seed Oil. Apply some oil or leave-in conditioner for about 30 minutes with a shower cap. Wash your wig with some good quality moisturizing shampoo and use your fingers to clean your scalps between tracks gently, then rinse it thoroughly.