Synthetic Wigs

Synthetic wigs are a great choice for many women. They are easy to care for, reasonably priced and can look very natural.
Some of the features found only in high-end human hair wigs are now available in synthetics, such as lace fronts, monofilament tops and hand tied caps.
Washing synthetic wigs is so easy, and only needs to be donee every 3-4 weeks. Just fill your bathroom sink with COLD water and add a capful of most any shampoo and mix to dissolve. Gentle comb out any tangles then put the wig in. Let it soak for a few minutes, then drain the sink and rinse thoroughly.
To condition your wig fill the sink again and add a capful of conditioner and mix well.
Dunk the wig a few times and then wrap in a towel to soak up most of the water. There is no need to rinse the conditioner. Take the wig from towel and give a good shake and run you fingers through to arrange if necessary. Hang the wig on a stand or even a tall can and let it dry overnight. Do not use a head form with a wet wig, it can stretch it out of shape as it dries. That's all, it will dry back to its original style!
The main thing to remember is HEAT is a synthetic wigs worst enemy, that is why you only use cold water for cleaning. Cooking with your wig on is also not advised. Opening a 350 degree oven or leaning over a boiling pot of water will make the synthetic fibers crinkle up like a scrubby pad! It won't catch on fire or melt on your head, but it will be damaged beyond repair.
I also don't advise long synthetic wigs because anything longer than just above the shoulders gets matted and snarled quite quickly. If you must have long hair I recommend Hunan hair.
So for short to mid length styles synthetic wigs are a great option, just stay away from heat and you'll have a great look with no muss, no fuss!
Hope this helps, John