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Some Pros And Cons About Synthetic Wigs Australia

synthetic wigs Australia

synthetic wigs Australia

There are a lot of pros and cons about both Human Hair Wigs and Synthetic Wigs Australia. In the past Human hair wigs have always been seen as the superior and better creation and to this day still have various advantages and benefits over Synthetic fibres. However with advancement in thread technology some of the new fibre available are as long as a more affordable and yet very sensible alternative to the ever increasingly expensive and best human hair Wigs. Something to think – both human and synthetic fibers wigs are available in dissimilar grades or merits. For our contrast, we will discuss the differences in a top quality synthetic to Grade A Human Hair. Here’s how they compare:

Pros:

  1. Synthetic wigs are more affordable as the fibre is easier to produce and hence more ready available and cheaper when compared to good quality Human Hair.
  2. Advancements in fibre technology means that synthetics can look nearly as natural and people can often struggle to tell the difference without closely examining the wig.

Cons:

  1. Excessive heat will damage synthetic fibres so you are limited in the amount of styling that can be done to a synthetic wig. Basically anything that generates more than around 60oC will damage the fibre
  2. Synthetics fibre is more prone to abrasion during wear and will require replacing more frequently – usually between 4 – 6 months as compared to 9 – 12 months for Human Hair wigs

Synthetics fibre is more flat to scrape during wear and will need replacing more frequently – usually between 4 – 6 months as compared to 9 – 12 months for Human Hair wigs. Please visit us to know more about synthetic wigs Australia.

 

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