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Wigs, hair extensions and hair pieces have come in and out of fashion in nearly every century and in Georgian times high false wigs were in vogue in both men and women. These synthetic wigs were elaborate, intricate and exquisitely beautiful. However, following the Georgian fashion and as we stepped in to the 1800's extensions, wigs and hair pieces actually became frowned upon. Men wouldn't be seen dead in a wig during this time and women chose to wear their hair in a more natural and neat style. However, the appeal of fake hair swung into fashion again in the Romantic era. This era saw the elaborate Apollo knots becoming very much the fashion and the more elaborate the better.False hair saw a dip in popularity after the Romantic era only to be dragged back in to fashion by the mid Victorian era.

The Victorians favoured elaborate hair styles that could only be achieved by false hair. In facthair extensions, hair pieces and wigs were so popular that the Victorian era saw 102 tonnes of hair sold in France in 1873 alone.Synthetic hair wigs became in vogue again for the early 20th century Edwardian women. They wore false hair additions to create the popular Pompadour hairstyle that was thought to make a woman look like she was wearing a teapot on her head!Once you have untangled the strands, prepare the basin and shampoo to be used. Apply a small amount of shampoo on the water. Remember that hot water can damage your wigs so better use cold water instead. Fine synthetic quality wigs like Estetica wigs have sensitive fibers that can react to hottemperatures. Immerse the wigs on the water while holding the front part (forehead) of the wigs.

Synthetic wigs for sale are usually left submerged on the water so avoid rubbing them like a cloth.When you get a wig made from Remy the whole maintenance process is completely different, mainly because this is a "piece" that you have to take off and on. With the extensions, clips and weaves the hair becomes a part of your hair. You won't be taking it out.. at all unless it's a clip and even though it's still a part of you rather than a wig. In order to keep this hair looking and feeling as real as it does, you need to take certain steps in doing so. It's not as much work as the wig - remember, this is now YOUR hair. So treat it as you would as if it were you real hair.First and foremost, make sure you keep it washed - have it be every day or every other day. Whichever is best for your type of hair plus the Remy. This hair is incredibly soft and silky.

You can use a regularshampoo and conditioner that you would get at any grocery store or go a little more expensive and buy it from a saloon. What the same is true though, the salon type is much better for your hair! When washing your hair, try not to use as hot water as you would usually. Scalding hot water can ruin the cuticle.After a few minutes, rinse your wigs with cool water using your fingers. Remember to avoid rubbing it on a circular motion. Gently squeeze excess water but avoid twisting the strands as it will deform the style. This should be observed with Aspen, Sepia, and Estetica wigs that are made with synthetic fibers. In spite of their preset styles, they still have a tendency to distort. Also avoid brushing your wigs while they are wet.After rinsing your wigs, it is best that you let them dry on their own and avoid using blow dryers. Blot your wigs with a dry towel to extract water. Sepia, Aspen, and Estetica wigs made with synthetic fibers have a tendency to dry quickly than human hair wigs and will be back to its normal shape. Human hair wigs, however, may require restyling.

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