Synthetic wigs are very easy to care for. You don't need to restyle your wig after each washing, like you would with a human-hair wig. However, it is important to point out that human-hair shampoos and other care products are unsuitable for synthetic wigs. Even the mildest shampoo that you might use on your own hair is too strong for the synthetic fibers used in a wig. The same can be said about hair styling mousses, sprays and gels - don't attempt to use them on your synthetic wig.
The sort of synthetic wig one chooses to invest in and wear varies greatly along with the aim of the wig. While toyokalon wigs are usually used in costume purposes, kanekalon wigs tend to be typically used by performers. For you if you wear wigs daily, whether for aesthetic or medical purposes, monofilament wigs provde the least developed look. No matter what type, the majority synthetic wigs are unable to be styled with almost any heat, specially a blow dryer, curling iron or flat iron, or dyed color. They also washed using specialized shampoo and conditioner, as well as allowed to air-dry on a stand. A toyokalon wig is softer than most synthetic wigs and less prone to tangling, though it does not look as natural as kanekalon or monofilament wigs. It is typically used for temporary wigs, which include those worn at Halloween, other than for everyday wear. As with every synthetic wigs, toyokalon is colored and styled in the factory and this color and style is permanent. Kanekalon wigs are lighter and more durable than toyokalon as well as better expensive.