There are a lot of misconceptions about synthetic hair.
One of the most common is that it can’t be flat ironed.
This couldn’t be further from the truth! Synthetic hair can be flat ironed just like natural human hair.
But there are some important things to keep in mind before you start straightening your locks.
Continue to the next paragraph. It’s important to use a heat-resistant product.
Like Redken, Hot Sets 17 Heat Guard Spray, or Kenra Blow Dry Protectant for Curls (depending on your hair type) before you begin straightening synthetic locks. This is especially true if you’re using an ionic flat iron because they can easily burn through the keratin bonds in human and synthetic hair alike. Once that has been done, it’s time to get started! Turn the temperature of the flat iron down slightly before applying it directly onto one-inch sections of hair, starting at the root level and going all around until there are no more layers left unturned – just be sure not to touch any other strands with the hot metal as