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How to Properly Maintain your Wigs
One of the keys to making your wigs, hairpieces and hair extensions look great longer, is proper care. Love your hair & it will love you back! Here are tips to help quide cleansing, conditioning & styling.
Cleansing & Conditioning
Synthetic hair and human hair each have special needs in order to maintain their optimal look and feel. Wigs, hair extensions & hairpieces made from human hair or synthetic hair endure intense chemical processing during production. Prolonging that supple movement crucial to a natural look is a must!
To keep your wearable hair in tip top shape, you must use specially formulated hair care product designed to accommodate whichever fiber you are wearing or working with. There is no need to cleanse daily, but there are other steps necessary before or after each wear. The simple tips and techniques outlined here can make all the difference!
While a regular gentle shampoo might seem like a good idea, you’ll be MUCH better off with a product custom designed to meet the needs of highly processed hair.
You’ll protect your investment and keep your hair looking terrific. Unlike most wig care products, BeautiMark is it is free of toxic parabens. The BeautiMark Pure Care line, specially formulated for human hair, contains no color-stripping sulfates.
What is Cranial Prosthesis?
A Hair prosthesis (or cranial prosthesis), is a custom-made wig specifically designed for patients who have lost their hair as a result of medical conditions or treatments, such as alopecia areata , alopecia totalis, trichotillomania, chemotherapy, or any other clinical disease or treatment resulting in hair loss. The terminology is used when applying for medical insurance or tax deduction status.
Doctors have been prescribing these prostheses since the 1950s. Cranial prostheses also help to protect disease-weakened immune systems from the sun, and to regulate body temperature.
Cranial Hair Prostheses in the current times have developed into a more state-of-the-art item than ever before thanks to the technology available in the industry. Actually, cranial hair prosthesis has a huge difference with a regular wig. Cranial hair prosthesis is done in several steps that include the taken of the cranial perimeter mold to achieve a perfect fitting.
With the mold is done the base where the hair is attached. The base is done using a hypoallergenic fabric because people having chemotherapy are usually very sensitive to any material and their scalp is prone to allergies. Same happens when applying the hair to the base. The technique used to attach the hair is focused in avoiding to the knotting to touch the scalp.
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