A healthy-looking wig starts with proper care. Our wig shampoos and conditioners, styling products, brushes, wig liners, and adhesives are formulated to ensure the prolonged life of your wigs and hair pieces.
* Due to their cosmetic nature, hair care products are not eligible for return *
A must-have for all heat resistant and traditional synthetic wigs, toppers and hair pieces. HD Smooth Detangler, our conditioning wig detangler, enhances and prolongs the beauty of synthetic wigs and hair pieces. Spray it on and comb through to eliminate tangles and frizz while restoring healthy luster. Daily use recommended.
If you only buy 1 product, this is the product we'd recommend you start with (plus a wide tooth comb). Spray this on your wig every night to keep your wig looking smooth and fresh.
Regular cleansing with our synthetic wig shampoo restores the salon body and extends the life of synthetic wigs and hair extensions. Just like natural hair, synthetic hair requires special care to look its best. This exclusive Jon Renau formula is sulfate, paraben, and sodium chloride free.
This leave-in conditioner protects the beauty and prolongs the life of synthetic wigs, toppers and hair extensions. Fiber Love Conditioning Spray is exclusively formulated to detangle and restore the healthy shine of synthetic fiber. Made with paraben and sulfate-free ingredients.
Wig styling paste that adds texture, volume and sculpting without weighing hair down. Piece Out Contour Fiber Crème can be used on both synthetic and human hair wigs, toppers and hair pieces.
This product is great for defining curls.
Handheld wig steamer. The only heat styling tool recommended for synthetic wig styling. Use it to style and re-style synthetic fibers by adding or removing curls. Remove frizz from both traditional synthetic and heat resistant synthetic wigs and hair toppers.
Check out Jon Renau's Blog Post on "The Steamer"
*Notes from Erika*
I wasn't sure what the wig steamer was all about, as it was out of stock for months after I placed my initial order. But when my backordered steamers came in, I went to youtube to browse some videos from other wig professionals and I was amazed at how useful it is. Synthetic wig styles are created using steam, so that's also how you can change the style, get flyaways to lay down, and smooth frizzy ends.
Here is my first attempt with the steamer. The bangs on "Camilla" layed totally flat, straight down on the forehead. When I first tried the wig on, I was disappointed because it was such a beautiful wig and a comfortable cap, but the bangs were too long and too flat. I changed the part to the opposite side, used a little steam to set the part in place and lay down flyaways, and then used the steamer with the hot tools plastic air brush to give the bangs a little lift off the forehead. (Be sure to do this on a canvas wig block and not on a styrofoam head or on your own head.) It was an awkward process for my first attempt, but I took my time and redid it a few times to get it where I wanted. I suggest going to youtube and looking up videos on the Jon Renau Steamer if you haven't used one before. There are some especially useful videos for smoothing out frizzy ends on wigs to give them a longer life.
**This is the product that I use most frequently to smooth out wavy styles. They can be a bit frizzy right out of the box. I spritz a little water on the wig first. Then I spritz a little of the spray gel on my hands, rub my hands together and smooth that over the waves to calm flyaways and define the curl.**
This innovative lightweight spray gel provides a medium style hold and brushes out completely, leaving no residue or build-up behind. For us on both human hair or synthetic fiber. Comes in a convenient 2 oz travel size.