Chance Synthetic Wig
Take a Chance with long, feathered layers that fall to mid-back and lots of natural movement and volume. Chance is a versatile piece which looks stunning for both casual and formal wear.
The Monofilament top allows you to part the hair in any direction whilst the Comfort Cap Base will provide a comfortable, air-light feel.
Shown in colour: Paprika Mist G30+ (Main Image) Rich Ebony- G2+ and Ginger Mist- G27+ (below).
This Wig is suitable for NHS cancer patients
Chance Synthetic Wig
💖 How to care for your new wig
All our wigs are made from the highest quality synthetic fibre that is designed to look and feel just like real hair. Whilst our synthetic fibre products are of the best quality available, a little extra care must be taken with aftercare procedures for longer-length styles.
It is advisable to use Synovation Fibre Oil after purchasing your long length style and prior to wearing it. Spray your hairpiece from approximately 8 inches distance, to the underneath nape area of the piece and comb gently with fingers or with a Tangle Teezer. This will help to prevent your piece from frizz, which is often caused by friction between the hair and clothing or with body contact.
Wigs do not need to be washed as frequently as your own hair. We suggest you wash them every 10th wear or so, depending on how you have been wearing them.To ensure that your long-length style stays looking its best we suggest you care for it in the following way:
- Gently remove tangles from the wig with fingers or a tangle teezer. Do not brush.
- To wash use a special mild shampoo such as Synovation & cool water, soak 5 minutes and rinse thoroughly. Do not rub.
- To soften and smooth the fibre use a conditioning soak such as the Synovation revitaliser.
- Dab gently with towel to remove excess water. Do not brush or comb while wet as this will stretch the fibre.
- To dry hang or use a frame. Do not use a head block to dry the wig as this will stretch the cap.
- Do not use heat-styling utensils to style.
- Please keep the wig away from sources of heat (such as when you open the oven door) as this may cause the fibres to melt.