Hi all! After our last post, I thought that it might be a good time to talk about how to properly care for your heat friendly styles-- we don't want you to ruin your beautiful new pastel piece! ;-)  Heat friendly styles are wonderful, as they offer so many ways to wear your hair-- whether it be straight, curly, or somewhere in between-- but, they require some special attention and care if you want to get the most out of your new 'do.

For a more visual version of this post, visit Teghan's video here! :-)  


Here are the basics:

    • Always pay attention to the heat setting on your styling tools. Heat friendly fibers can withstand low heat, but do NOT exceed 280 degrees Fahrenheit, or you will have a fried wig on your hands.
    • Only use a plastic, wide tooth comb  to brush your heat friendly piece. Bristles, especially metal, will strip the fibers of their properties and will ruin your wig.
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    This Jon Renau Wide Tooth Comb is our personal favorite around the office! It can be purchased here
    • Wash your style every 6-10 wears or as needed, using shampoo and conditioner intended for synthetic fibers.
  • To shampoo:
  • Fill a basin of mild shampoo and swish gently in water
  • Rinse thoroughly in cold water
  • Gently shake hairpiece out
  • Drip dry
  • Do not brush hairpiece when wet
  • Brush into desired style when completely dry
    • We highly suggest using Jon Renau's Heat Defiant Smooth Detangler anytime you are wearing a heat friendly piece, this will keep your piece looking great and tangle-free!

It comes in two sizes, 8.5 fl oz and 2 fl oz.

  • Optional, but highly recommended, we suggest using a heat protectant when styling your piece. This will help to prevent frizzing and keep your ends looking their best!

It comes in two sizes as well, 8.5 fl oz and 2 fl oz.

If you have any questions about heat friendly styles or care, please let us know--we are here to help! Happy styling! :-)  

Until next time,

Chloe at Joshua24.com by Name Brand Wigs