Tame Flyaways - cranial hair prosthesis human hair wig alopecia areataIf you wear wigs, no matter if you wear synthetic wigs or human hair wigs, you may encounter a situation where there are a few or several flyaway hairs on your wig. You might have asked yourself why your wig develop these, as they can be annoying and what is the best way to get rid of them.

First, let’s look at what flyaways are on why your wig(s) can get them.

What are the flyaways?

Flyaways are often the result of damaged, broken hair, or new baby hairs. Flyaway hairs are often resistant to heat tools, and they are shorter and finer, so they have less weight than other strands of hair on your wig.

Why Does my Wig have Flyaways?

Human hair wigs can have flyaways that are caused by frizzy, dry, and chemical damage. Like natural hair, it is common that your human hair alopecia & medical wigs hair could become dry and tangled after wearing it for a couple of days without cleaning and proper care.

Synthetic hair doesn’t like heating tools and easily gets dryer. As the hair gets dryer it produces more friction and static electricity. This results in flyaways on your wig.

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How to Get Rid of Flyaways on a Wig?

Proper cleaning of any wig is important to keep the hair clean and free of issues. Most flyaways happen because of hairs that become dry and frizzy. Washing your wig helps keep it clean and smooth but remember to use a specific shampoo and condition designed for the hair on your wig. Talk to your wig specialist for recommendations. If you wear your wig daily, you should be washing it twice a week. After each wash, let it air dry or use a blow drier. Place it on a mannequin head or in a silk bag and it is ready for the next use.

Use a Straightener

If you have had your wig for a while, like over a year, then it can be difficult to keep it looking as sleek and smooth as it was when it was new. A hair straightener can be used to smooth it down after daily hair care. It is advised to only use heat tools on human hair wigs as they are resistant to heat. Synthetic wigs can be harmed if too much heat is applied. Even when working with human hair wigs, it is best to start on the lower heat settings.

It is not recommended that you use hot tools frequently to style your wig, especially without proper care of your wig. Doing so could result in ruining your wig.

Get A Trim

If your flyaway hairs are caused by hair breakage, chemical damage, and split ends, your best bet may be to get a trim performed on your wig. This can help prevent hairs from sticking out all over the wig. You can make an appointment with your wig specialists to schedule a time to have this done for you. They can make sure the hair is cut properly and cared for.

Winter months especially can be unkind to your hair and the hair on wigs is no exception. The air is cold and often dryer. This can pull moisture out of your human hair wig. Proper care is so important not only to help prevent flyaways but to extend the lifespan of your wig.

Talk to a Hair Loss Specialist Near You

For some women, hair loss is a big issue as they link their hair into their beauty because of this it also robs them of their self-confidence. They become self-conscious about their appearance and withdrawal from gathering with friends. If your hair is beginning to thin or you have severe baldness, hope is not lost.

Today more than ever there are groundbreaking treatments and solutions that can be tailored to your specific type of hair loss. Transitions member hair replacement and hair loss treatment centers near you provide private, no-obligation consultations.  A professional hair restoration specialist will work one-on-one with you to answer all your questions completely and fully and to help you determine which hair loss solutions is right for your particular situation.