These new fibers are generally nylon or polyester based products. A move to fiber hair in hair pieces could ultimately lead to longer lasting and more natural looking hair replacement solutions and quite possibly lower the overall hair replacement costs consumers are faced with.
With the huge demand for more and more quality human hair there will come a time very soon that we will see the use of synthetic fibers for hair replacements and extensions. Thanks to the advances in science and technology, new hair products are always being developed and their quality and usefulness is growing rapidly. The heat retention also affords the fiber to better maintain its curl pattern and in most cases the hair replacement systems made with these fibers can hold up for extended periods of time and maintain a fresh look. There’s a very strong likely hood that newer synthetic fiber hair will supplant human hair as the ‘go-to’ option for hair replacement in the coming years due to its amazingly human quality and extreme durability. The newest High Tech fibers being used have been in the developmental stages for over 10 years and are now being used quite widely in the men’s hair replacement and ladies wig production. Just a few years ago, fiber hair replacement was just beginning to take shape, and in just a short time it’s quickly becoming a standard in the hair replacement industry. Older synthetic hair looks and feels much less ‘human’ than newer advanced fibers. Fortunately there have been huge technological improvements in the development of synthetic fibers specifically for the hair replacement industry. It can often be bristly and scratchy in texture and some hair wearers find it quite uncomfortable.
The High Tech fibers are significantly different from their mod acrylic counterparts with features that make them very palatable for the consumer and stylist friendly.For many years synthetic fibers were the mainstay of the hair replacement industry. In the 1980′s oven gasket the trend started to shift to human hair for hair systems and the demand started. In the 1990′s we began to see a huge trend for human hair for hair extensions and as that demand grew into the 21st century the supply began to wane. It’s also replacing old synthetic hair that was very commonly used in hair replacement systems for many years. They are stronger than mod acrylic fibers and have a much higher heat retention meaning they can now be styled with thermal styling tools without the fear of melting or frizzing.
There is no doubt that with the increase in demand for human hair and the quickly dwindling supply the new High Tech fibers will become the only way to go. While the base of the hair system might break down and fall apart, the fiber/hair still looks brand new