VLOG Wig Talk: Heat Friendly Synthetic Discussion

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Our Guest Blogger today is Rebeccah from her YouTube Channel Wig Life. In this video, Rebeccah discusses the difference between heat friendly and regular synthetic wigs, care & maintenance of heat friendly wigs, and her process of using heat styling tools.

Heat Friendly synthetic discussion

Notes by Gina from CysterWigs

Heat friendly or heat resistant wigs can also be called Heat Defiant by Jon Renau and Tru2Life® heat-friendly by Raquel Welch.

The styles Receccah mentioned are:

Spicy by Jon Renau (HD) in the color Shaded Sun

Adriana by Jon Renau also in the color Shaded Sun

Thank you Rebeccah! You did such a wonderful job sharing your first hand experience and being an advocate for HD fibers.



  1. Gina
    January 19, 2017 / 3:39 am

    Wow Rebeccah! That’s pretty awesome to keep your hair “alive” after 8 months of wear!!

  2. February 12, 2017 / 3:22 am

    Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge with us all Rebeccah!
    I tried a Spicy on this week and it suited me beautifully. I had been totally against a long first wig.
    The colour issue for H.D. is confusing as Heather says the fibre will be lighter and brighter than normal synthetic.
    You have proved the opposite to be true.
    I am after a warm, light golden blonde. 14/26 looks good on me in regular synthetic.
    Would 27T613 translate better in H.D?
    I can’t afford to get it wrong as I too am a sole parent with tight finances, plus I live in Australia (no exchanges/ returns).
    Gina has been great help with my wig questions btw.

  3. Gigi
    April 29, 2017 / 12:30 am

    Thank you so much Rebeccah! I appreciate the time it took to make this video and your thoroughness. I just purchased my first wig made with HD fibers and was clueless about proper care. Thanks for your tips and product recommendations.

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