Synthetic wig with Lace Front
The short Risk wig by Ellen Wille with a monofilament crown is a classic cut that suits all women, no matter their style. Well appreciated for its great value for money, this model will bring a smile to many.
Mono-crown**: The cap is machine-sewn, except for the crown area which is monofilament. Monofilament means that the hair has been hand-sewn onto a thin lace for a more natural finish. A Lace Front has been integrated into the front of the cap to imitate the hairline.
The description "Rooted" means that the hair colour is darker at the roots to imitate natural hair regrowth.
The wig presented in the 360° video is Salt & Pepper.
This wig is a standard sized model, measuring 54 to 58 cm around the head.
Please read the following important information to ensure the proper upkeep of your wig:
Avoid all heat sources as your wig can be damaged (Take off your wig whilst cooking, do not use a hairdryer, hair straightener or hot water, ...)
Avoid leaving your wig out as it is a real dust gatherer.
After wearing it, turn it inside-out and let it air for several hours before putting it in the hair net, stuffing it with tissue paper and laying it flat in the box.
To style your wig, use a special synthetic wig hair brush, and delicately start brushing the ends, while slowly making your way up to the roots.
To wash your wig (2-3 times a month), let it soak in cold water with a small amount of special synthetic wig shampoo for 15 minutes, then rinse with fresh water (do not put shampoo directly on the wig). Pat dry with a towel, avoid wringing the wig and hang it up to dry (wig stand, shower head...)
To reduce the number of washes, it is recommended to wear a small cap under your wig.
Do not use gel or hair spray!
It is recommended to not sleep with your wig as it can prematurely damaged it.
It is also recommended to not wear your wig at the swimming pool (or to buy a wig adapted for this activity)
Synthetic Fibre (Modacrylic)
NB. This fibre cannot handle any heat source (hair dryers, straighteners, hot water…). It is the most popular fibre used in the making of wigs due to its large choice of colours.
Certain wigs have a Lace Front: A fine lace mesh placed at the front of the wig to ressemble the hair line, for a more natural look.