Things you don’t know about the shunfa wigs

Noun interpretation

Is the hair root is the root of the hair, the hair is slightly hair slightly, braid cut, head and tail is not reversed, not chaos, this is the best raw material for the production of wig. Hair elastic
No staining method of identification is the natural color, the root is black, the tail is slightly dull yellow, or split. After the stain is also more flexible. (Baidu Encyclopedia)

you don't know the wig SHUNFA
you don’t know the wig SHUNFA

Personal view

SHUNFA refers to the hair layer with scales, and scales are basically in the same direction as the shunfa. SHUNFA is divided into two types: hair and braid.
And generally refers to cut off the head, head layer upside down yellow hair, Obe Xiana.
Pour root is the root lodging machine the bubble Pao Fa with hair follicles a head and slightly separated from and to achieve scale toward the same, the effect SHUNFA.
Of course they are different, the same origin and the general texture than the bubble to hard, root lodging itself is metabolism or the external force and loss of hair, so in the use of time, braid and hair than the inverted root hair more durable.

How to distinguish between global and SHUNFA

If single from appearance to identify bubble hair and SHUNFA, simply do not use the, so the identification method, personally do not agree. To sum up a sentence: “a look at the two touch three feeling”.
“A look at the appearance”, Shun Fat with the appearance of the scales, and generally not too acid treatment, also need not baked, appearance sometimes appear slightly some dull, bubble hair after a plurality of processing, the appearance of shiny.
“Two touch, touch the end from the beginning, very smooth, touch from the tail end, some rough, usually shunfa. After the bubble hair to remove the scales, no matter how you feel, basically does not tie a knot will appear smooth, which is why bubble hair the reason why the popular reasons, to find a girlfriend first impression is very good of, often can lasting walked over to a is not much. Haha
“Three sense” feel its softness, feel its elasticity, feel its moisture and humidity. (this will slowly hone your skills Oh!)

you don't know the wig SHUNFA
you don’t know the wig SHUNFA

SHUNFA treatment

The process of bubble SHUNFA and almost, most only eliminates the need for acid treatment procedures. Here is not a repeat.

Range of use

Because of the influence of factors in the prices of raw materials, pure SHUNFA products and their target price gap is very big, so demand is not very high, after all, rich people never accounted for the is one of the few, so the use range is not wide, and according to the needs of customers, we can only understand to give them a psychological comfort. If you meet a totally understand wig experts, but also to shun fa, the client basically decided not to be too much and the curtain, made mainly. (here that customers only for foreign customers, customers can not be generalized, after all China or many)

How to make a different curled effects for a new look?

Practice using curling tongs in different ways to create all types of curl, including ringlets and spiral winds. Tongs are fantastically versatile styling tools once you have the know-how and you can choose ones with different-size barrels to suit.

Let’s look through some new curly ideas of celebrities:

Victoria’s Secret curls
Victoria’s Secret curls

Victoria’s Secret curls are the gold standard for sexy, beachy hairstyles. Look no further than angel Candice Swanepoel for sun-kissed mermaid waves that add volume to fine air and tame thick hair.

Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift shows how curls combine with bangs. A few spiral curls all around add texture that contrasts with blunt bangs.

Isla Fisher
Isla Fisher

Isla Fisher‘s simple hairstyle shows how just a few curls can add romance.

So let’s see how to create a new look of classic but fashion curls?

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1. Comb through clean, dry hair so that it is tangle-free.

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2. Spritz your hair all over with a heat-protective spray to prevent the tongs from scorching or drying out your hair.

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3.Working with a small section of hair at a time, place the tongs at the end and wind back up to the root. Hold for a few seconds, then release. Repeat the action with all of your hair.

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4. Alternatively, ofr a softer curl, place the tongs near the root and wrap the hair round the barrel of the tongs until the your reach the end.

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5. For a spiral wind, using small barreled tongs, take smaller sections of hair and wind from the ends up to the roots while holding the tongs vertically.

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6. This is how a spiral wind finish looks when it has been applied to the whole head.

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7. When all your hair is curled as you want it, tip your head upside down and shake to loosen curls.

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8. If desired, loosen again by running your fingers through the hair, then spritz with hairspray for hold.

Stylist’s note:
For a strong curl, wind the tongs from end to root, but for a softer look, roll from root to end.

There are so many ways to wear curls and you can never go wrong! Just grab your curling wand or flat iron and go.

What’s New in Uniwigs on May, 2016?

We offer selective, fashion and elaborate wigs every months as the “New Arrivals”. For may, 2016, we special design some synthetic wigs and several pieces for you.

For Synthetic:

Tonya Synthetic Lace Front Wig
Tonya Synthetic Lace Front Wig
Peach Synthetic Lace Front Wig
Peach Synthetic Lace Front Wig

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For Hair Pieces?

5″x5″ Straight Brazilian Remy Human Hair Silk Top Lace Closure

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Hair Treatment During Pregnancy: Is it Safe?

Questions related to hair treatments during pregnancy are common. Most treatments involve chemicals and dyes which leave women wondering if they are safe.

pregnancy women

Different Types of Hair Treatments Include:

  • Coloring- This includes permanent, semi-permanent, and temporary dyes.
  • Curling- Permanent waves are created by using two solutions on the hair. The first of these is a waving solution, and the second is a solution for neutralization/fixation.
  • Bleaching- This treatment uses hydrogen peroxide.
  • Relaxers- These are also known as perms. They contain either lye (sodium hydroxide) or no lye (potassium, lithium, or guanidine hydroxide) which are used to permanently straighten the hair.

Are Hair Dyes and Treatment Chemicals Safe While Pregnant?

Although fairly limited, most research indicates the chemicals found in both semi-permanent and permanent dyes are not highly toxic and are safe to use during pregnancy. In addition, only small amounts of hair dye may be absorbed by the skin, leaving little that would be able to reach the fetus.

As such, this small amount is not considered harmful to the fetus. The same is considered true while breastfeeding. Although no data is available on women receiving hair treatments while breastfeeding, it is known that little of the chemicals would actually be absorbed into the bloodstream. Therefore, the chance of them entering the milk and posing a risk to an infant would be unlikely.

However, if you are hesitant to use regular hair dyes during pregnancy, there are some safer alternatives to consider. For example, having highlights put in your hair decreases any risk as the dye is only placed on strands of your hair and does not touch the scalp.

Thus, the skin does not absorb the chemicals into the bloodstream. Another alternative is pure vegetable dyes including henna. If you are still concerned about using hair dyes during pregnancy, you may want to talk to your doctor. Some physicians recommend waiting at least until the second or third trimester, if not until after pregnancy, to dye your hair.

What Precautions Should I Take When Chemically Treating My Hair?

  • Consider waiting until the second trimesterto treat your hair.
  • Make sure the treatment is done in a well-ventilated area.
  • Do not leave the chemicals on your hair any longer than indicated by the directions.
  • Rinse your scalp thoroughly with water after treatment.
  • Wear gloves when applying treatment.
  • Carefully follow the directions on the package.
  • Do a patch test for allergic reactions before completing the process.
  • Never dye or bleach eyebrows or eyelashes. This could cause swelling or increase risk of infection in the eye area.

Another thing to keep in mind is the fact that pregnancy, in itself, can naturally change the hair’s texture. Pregnancy may also cause your hair to react differently to perming or coloring. If this is the case, you may want to wait until after pregnancy to treat your hair.

What if I Work as a Cosmetologist and Am Pregnant?

For cosmetologists, the risks during pregnancy come from the amount of exposure to hair treatment chemicals, which is affected by the number of hours worked, as well as, working conditions. One study indicates a greater risk for miscarriage in women who apply large numbers of bleaches and permanent hair dyes, work more than 40 hours per week, and/or work in salons that offer nail sculpturing services.

Proper working conditions, such as wearing protective gloves, not eating or drinking in the work area, and making sure your work area is well-ventilated are also important to limit exposure to hair treatment chemicals.

Overall, hair treatments are generally considered safe to use during pregnancy. However, you may also consider getting highlights or using pure vegetable dyes. Regardless, your safest option is to wait at least until after the first trimester, if not until after pregnancy.