The most important component in quality of any wig is quality of hair or synthetic fiber applied to its fabrication. Since 19 century Humah Hair, was concidered as the best, natural material for wigs. Its pretty obvious, because by that time and a long time after science couldn't create any artificial fiber which would completely reflect structure and physical features of a natural hair.
However, in the nineties, Japanese scientists had changed the world of wigs manufacture, by inventing Kanekalon Fiber. Since that time a formula of that fiber has been improving many times and finally has reached a perfection - today Kanekalon Fiber can't be distinguished from a natural hair, but at the same time, it is twice stronger in comparison with natural human hair!
As a matter of fact Japanees' Kanekalon fiber, is not even fully artificial fiber because its structure includes 20% of organic substances (seaweed) which gave to the fiber necessary dullness, and made it most closest analog to Human Hair. Besides, the real Kanekalon fiber, thanks to this organic component - is a heat-resistant fiber. Wigs made with this fiber can be curl and straightened daily, with fluting irons, thermo - nippers and thermo - hair curlers, under temperature up to 300 degrees F.
Unfortunately, as well as in many other fields, chinese wigs producers, in a pursuit of profit, copied real japaneese kanekalon fiber and sertanly that copies isn't match to fine quality of real Kanekalon made in Japan, but, despite it, these underground manufacturers apply this "Kanekalon" name to its cheap and fake fiber, undermining, thereby confidence of consumers to this Japan-made fiber brand.
Thus, today, in the wig market there are a paradoxical situation when a great number of producers, in a pursuit of reduction the price of their wigs use any inexpensive fiber, naming it Kanekalon which, certainly, has nothing common with the real Japanese Kanekalon Fiber.
Dear customers, to manufacture of all our synthetic wigs we apply only top-quality certified Japanese Kanekalon fiber, which we purchasing from a factory in Nagoya City (Japan).