Question: Can I wear it in a ponytail?
Answer: It can be worn in ponytail or up do.
Question: Can I straighten or curl it?
Answer: Yes, ceramic irons are best.low to medium setting.
Question: Does it feel heavy?
Answer: No , it is very light weight.
Question: Can I go swimming or workout and sweat with this wig on?
Answer: You can do your usual activities with this wig on. Only avoid swimming or getting it wet with sweat for 24 -72 hours after applying adhesives and tapes. I suggest that while working out you use a head band, sweatband or bandana to catch the perspiration. You must do this each time & change it if it gets to wet. This is also good to do when cleaning & such. It prevents the wetness from building up in the front of your wig that can loosen it. However I do not recommend swimming in your unit for extended periods of time unless it has been sewn or tacked on.
Question: I have experienced hair loss due to illness, is this wig right for me?
Answer: YES. It is the most natural hair replacement that you can purchase.
Question: When can I expect my wig to be finished?
Answer: We have lots of wigs ready at the salon the same day of your appointment or in as little as 2-3 days in most cases.
Question: Can I dye or highlight it a different color ?
Answer: YES, your unit can be dyed any color you want.
Question: If I buy a wig, stock or custom, can I return it if I don’t like it?
Answer: No. All sales are final for hygienic reasons.
Question: How long will the wig last?
Answer: Most wigs can last years with proper care and if you are switching it out with other units.
Questeion: How do I take care of it?
Answer: Always make sure the hair is tangle free at night. Sleep with a satin/silk bonnet or scarf. Straight Yaki units can be wrapped or pulled back in a soft ponytail. Wave units should be detangled and braided at night for manageability.
Question: How long does the application last?
Answer: It depends on your body chemistry and also what method of applying the unit you choose. Each person is an individual with a different lifestyle and such. Roughly speaking anywhere from 10 to 30 days, maybe longer. It depends on the individual.