is a synthetic fibre with a natural look and feeling. Although it is made from synthetic material, it looks both real and very natural. It works well with our wigs and hairpieces and is a good value-for-money solution.
Affordable, synthetic hair.
- Rapunzel Synthetic has a beautiful natural gloss and shine.
- It is perfect for those who want to try hair extensions for the first time.
- It can be used many times over and needs very little care.
THE HAIR GUIDE Did you know? A wig cap protects both your hair and the wig from wear and tear.
Your new synthetic hair loves a little TLC. Follow these instructions to keep your wig looking good for as long as possible. Durability depends on how often you wear it and how often it is washed. The less you wash your extensions, the longer they will last.
The best way to freshen up your wig is to turn it inside out and air it out, or wipe the inside with a slightly damp cloth. If you still need to wash it, here's how:
- Use a metal brush. Brush the hair before washing. Start with the tips, and work upwards in sections, untangling as you go.
- Rinse the hair in cool to lukewarm water. Apply shampoo and then conditioner, being careful to avoid rubbing. Rinse carefully between applications and carefully comb the hair, letting the hair air-dry, preferably on a wig stand.
Your synthetic wig comes ready-styled, but it can also be cut to the length and look you want. To change the part, wet the hair on the upper part of the wig to make it easier. Then use a metal brush to create the part. Brush with a metal brush after use to avoid tangling. In order to ensure a long life for your wig, do not use heat styling tools like a curling or straightening iron, or styling products, when styling your synthetic hair. Excessive heat can cause the hair to melt. In order to help the hair keep its shape longer, store it in the enclosed pack or on a wig stand.
How to cut to the mesh:Here's how:
The front of the wig consists of a flesh-toned mesh that can be cut to follow your hairline and fit your face shape.
- Put on the wig and mark your hairline on the mesh with sewing chalk or needle and thread. The mark should not go beyond the hairline of the wig.
- Cut or fold in the mesh to the marking. (If using scissors, remember to cut just a bit at a time so you don't cut too much off. If hemming, use a needle and thread.)