A synthetic wig is an inexpensive, low-maintenance solution for those suffering from hair loss or who wish to change their look in a flash. Though synthetic hair can look less natural than human hair, synthetic wigs can be cut and styled to appear more natural. Boiling the synthetic wig is a simple way to curl the hair and create a stylish, natural look.
Rinse the entire synthetic wig in cool water and roll the wet hair up in plastic rollers. Larger rollers will create big, voluminous waves, and smaller rollers will create tight, spiral curls.
Boil a large pot of water on the stove.
Place a large metal strainer in the sink and set the rolled wig in the strainer.
Wear thick oven mitts and remove the pot of boiling water from the stove.
Pour the entire pot of boiling water over the rolled synthetic wig in the strainer. Soak the wig completely with the water.
Allow excess water to strain from the wig.
Remove the wig from the strainer with metal tongs.
Place the wet wig onto a wig stand and allow it to dry overnight.
Remove the curlers from the dry wig.
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