New Heat Friendly Wigs + Tips on How to Style

New from The Wig Company: heat friendly wigs — along with tips and new professional thermal styling tools made specifically for styling heat friendly fiber. If you’re looking for a wig with unlimited versatility, The Wig Company has over 100 heat-friendly styles to choose from. Heat friendly synthetic wigs make it easy to change the style and look of your wig from straight, to wavy or curled, giving you endless styling options. These low maintenance wigs are specially designed to retain their original style, even after heat styling and washing. Be sure to explore our heat resistant synthetic hairpieces and heat friendly extensions, as well.

Introducing our exclusive Heat Friendly Styles:

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MAKE WAVES HF SYNTHETIC MONO LACE FRONT WIG by Statements
All-over layering allows natural movement. Add a little volume and curl or wear it smooth.


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SUMMER HEAT HEAT FRIENDLY SYNTHETIC MONO LACE FRONT WIG by Statements
Turn up the heat...literally. Get wild with curls or wear it sleek and chic. Make summer last all year long in multi-tonal flash colors.


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ESSENCE HEAT FRIENDLY SYNTHETIC MONO LACE FRONT WIG by Statements
Achieve a modest look using a round brush and a blow dryer, or flip out a sexy look with sassy curls. Make the look your own. Long hand-tied monofilament part.


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IRIS HEAT FRIENDLY SYNTHETIC WIG by Fashion Club
Make waves with this perfect pixie! A modern style accented with soft wispy bangs for an added feminine touch.


Shop all heat friendly wigs at The Wig Company.

Styling Tips for Heat Friendly Wigs

Prepare Your Wig
Make sure your wig is dry. When heat styling your wig, always style it on either a canvas or styrofoam head form and avoid heat styling while you're wearing it. T-pins and a clamp are recommended for ease and security while styling. A head form is also perfect for holding your wig overnight to help keep the style in place.

Curling

  1. Heat the curling iron/brush to a temperature between 270°- 280° (132.2 -137.7°C).

  2. Once you have secured your wig to a head form, begin styling by starting at the nape. Use 1/2” to 1-1/2” sections of hair (smaller sections for tighter curls, larger sections for looser curls).

  3. Spray Restore leave-in conditioner and heat protector on each section as you curl.

  4. Wrap the hair around the iron and let the curl slide from the curling iron into the palm of your hand in its curled state.

  5. Secure with a small metal clip or bobby pin until the curl cools and sets (about five minutes).

  6. When curling is complete, comb with a large-tooth comb or stainless steel wig brush into your desired style.

Straightening (flat iron)

  1. Heat the curling iron/brush to a temperature between 270°- 280° (132.2 -137.7°C).

  2. Once you have secured your wig to a head form, begin styling by starting at the nape. Use 1/2” to 1-1/2” sections of hair.

  3. Spray Restore leave-in conditioner and heat protector on each section as you add heat.

  4. Start at the root and slowly glide the flat iron down each section of hair to the ends.

  5. Repeat until desired results are achieved.

  6. Allow the hair to hang naturally and cool completely.

What tools can I use to style my wig?

It's important to use the right tools and products when styling and caring for a wig. Professional thermal styling tools, as pictured below, are designed with a specific temperature control dial with variable heat settings for maximum temperature control. Shop all heat friendly thermal styling tools at The Wig Company.

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