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Styling a long synthetic wig

Sunday, August 26, 2018 2:01:35 PM America/Los_Angeles

Styling Your Synthetic Wig: Featuring Zara by Jon Renau

Who says you can’t style your synthetic wig? There are many different ways you can style your alternative hair without the use of heat. In these photos, I am styling the beautiful Zara by Jon Renau in color FS6/31S6, Salted Caramel. The natural looking lace frontline allows for hair to be pulled back, away from the face while still providing a natural look. The monofilament top also allows for multidirectional parting. So part her down the middle, left, or right, whatever you please! In these photos, I have parted her slightly off center.

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Drew by Jon Renau

Monday, July 23, 2018 7:51:00 PM America/Los_Angeles

Drew is a medium length layered style that is full of personality. Her choppy layers create a fun, edgy look while providing volume and length. This style is reminiscent of the 1990s, which is very quickly becoming a favorite go-to style!Read More
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Wind vs. Wig

Sunday, April 2, 2017 6:41:01 PM America/Los_Angeles

Wig vs. Wind

We just had to share this client’s story! (edited for space)

"One of the things I was worried about starting to wear wigs was whether they'd come off my head unexpectedly; I see on blogs, YouTube, and similar that this is a pretty common concern. A couple weeks ago, I was commuting home [in the West] and 80+mph winds knocked a semi over in front of me! I tried to get out and see if I could help, but the winds were so strong, I couldn't even open the door! Through driving rain and hurricane-force winds I climbed out the window to make my way to the truck, stumbling in the gusts that literally knocked my feet out from under me several times."

"I didn't even consider the wig I was wearing—the urgency of the situation knocking back the vanity a bit. I was out unprotected in the foulest weather I've ever seen and Scarlett didn't budge. I was out there for at least 45 minutes. Note that I do wear two small hair pins crossed over each other at the nape of my neck to keep it from sliding forward at the nape if I look straight up (I still have a little hair that makes a thin pony tail back over the top of my head), but there wasn't even the slightest movement at the hairline. When I got back to the car, I changed into my workout clothes, and wrapped and hair-tied a shammy around 'my hair'. Twenty minutes later and dry, not a hair was out of place!"

"She survived and stayed in place in winds that knocked over multiple semi trucks and caused a major interstate to close for a day. How often do you hear that?!?"

"I'm sharing this in the hopes it provides a talking-point for concerns you might address along the "will it stay on" lines. Yes. It'll stay on even when you can't stand up."

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How to Wash A Wig

Monday, December 9, 2013 2:11:57 PM America/Los_Angeles

Washing a synthetic wig is a lot like washing your own hair. The main difference is that you don’t get shampoo in your eyes and you don’t have to wait for your hair to dry before you go to bed! Another very important difference is that you have to use cold water when shampooing synthetic hair. In this case, heat is the enemy.Read More
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