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© Modaps Wigs Limited 2018

Infinity Synthetic Wig 

 

Lace front feature: The ready-to-wear, sheer, virtually invisible lace-front requires no extra cutting. Simply wear the wig, aligning the front of the lace front with your own hairline and style on or off the face, as required.Sleek, poker-straight layers which just skin the shoulder-blades and an expertly cut fringe define Infinity- a gorgeous, contemporary wig which looks salon-styled. Infinity also features the latest in wig-cap construction, with a Monofilament parting that looks just like your own scalp and a lightweight Comfort Cap Base.

 

Shown in colours: Wheat Mist (G20+), Coffee Mist (G6+), Pecan Mist (G12+)

 

This Wig is suitable for NHS cancer patients

Infinity Lace Front Synthetic Wig

£169.00 Regular Price
£155.00Sale Price
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  • 💝 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. To ensure these stay looking their best we suggest you care for these in the following way.

    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.

    • 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- either blow dryer or hair tongs 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.