The difference between wire and high temperature wire:

The difference between wire and high temperature wire:

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The difference between wire and high temperature wire:

1. High temperature wire can withstand 200 high temperature, and card wire can withstand 80

This indicates that the high-temperature wire can be processed with a curling bar or a straightened ironing board, while the card wire can only be dried with the medium and low temperature range of the hair dryer

2. High temperature silk cannot be dyed, and card silk cannot be dyed

The principle of hair dye paste is to replace the protein of hair, but it is not effective for this artificial fiber. If it needs to be processed into gradual change, Xiao Xiao recommends color hair gel or spray paint

3. The high-temperature wire hair is thin, and the card wire hair is thick

The high-temperature wire is about 3 / 5 of the thickness of the card wire, so it is normal that the number of high-temperature wires on the same wig is more than that of the card wire, which is actually the same thickness. Therefore, it is normal to have more hair than CASS, and the effect is indeed the same. Therefore, when the high-temperature wire is thickened, it is required to specify which thickness is thicker than this to avoid differences

4. The high-temperature wire is relatively soft, and the card wire is relatively hard

The softness and hardness of the hair directly affect the support of the hair. The support of the hair of our real hair is determined by the amount of protein, so some people have soft hair and some people have hard hair. However, for chemical fiber hair, the content of each protein is the same, so some people say that different manufacturers have different support. Congratulations on being cheated. The fine standard deviation will not affect the quality

5. The reflectivity of high-temperature wire and card wire is the same, which is determined according to the color (for example, gray false

The hair basically does not reflect light)

Some people say that cassettes are more reflective than high-temperature silk. This is a misunderstanding. This misunderstanding comes from the fact that a large part of cassettes we saw in the market were mixed with P silk. This is why we see so many cassettes brands, but there are so many quality differences. P silk is more reflective than cassettes, and the cost is lower. Experts can't see it. Some manufacturers also use this method to cheat the merchants who take the goods. Therefore, not all the products we buy are pure cassettes. Therefore, the real card silk is not very reflective. The high-temperature silk needs to be scalded, and other silk cannot be mixed. Therefore, the high-temperature silk we see is almost pure. In contrast, what really affects the amount of reflection is the color. Gold is always more reflective than gray, isn't it??


Q1:Which silk is more suitable for ordinary basic short hair

The ordinary basic short hair mentioned here refers to MSN type and anti warping mushroom head type, not including the basic short hair of anti sky type. The high-temperature wire is the same as the card wire. People who love wigs a little will not use them to press the bottom of the box, right? If it is not squeezed to this extent. Cass won't be deformed. How many people who buy high-temperature silk have nothing to do with processing short hair with high temperature? So for basic short hair, if you don't want to use it for curling or straightening, there is no need to spend more money on high-temperature silk. Would it be better to save money and pay more attention to the details of clothes??

Q2:What kind of silk is more suitable for ordinary basic long hair

Whether it is straight hair or curly hair, there is no difference between high-temperature silk and card silk under 80cm. If the hair is too hairy, no matter what kind of hair can be maintained, but high-temperature silk is recommended for the length of more than 80cm. Such wigs are easy to deform and high-temperature silk can be restored, so it is difficult for card silk.

Q3:Which one is more suitable for the customized wig

What we are talking about here is not the special mixed color wig of MF snow dew. Please refer to the second question for the special wig in color. What we're talking about here is the woolen models such as MF lanca, APH Germany and Italy. The wig of Pandora's heart rabbit and other wigs are still divided into long hair and short hair. The wig that has been shaped is finalized by the manufacturer. It's still the wig manufacturer who gives you manual styling. It's a question to ask. The manufacturer uses liquid medicine for styling, and it has been shaped before leaving the factory. Therefore, if it's short hair, you don't need to perm it at all, unless you want to perm it straight or roll it for other styling. Therefore, the card silk is the same as the high-temperature silk. We recommend the card silk, because the card silk is hard and won't easily deform. The high-temperature silk needs to increase the amount of hair to maintain its shape, So the high-temperature silk is more expensive. Which one is suitable depends on your hobby!!

If it is long hair, we still recommend high-temperature silk. The reason is the same as that in the second question. Long hair is usually shaped on the top of the head. Other positions still need maintenance. Therefore, high-temperature silk is sometimes better than CASS in long hair

Q4:If I want to buy a wig and make my own style, which one is more suitable

In modeling, high-temperature silk can never be compared with card silk. High-temperature silk is only suitable for these types of modeling: curl straight hair, straighten curly hair, curl MSN wig, and any other modeling is the most suitable for card silk. The advantage of high-temperature silk is that it can be pressed straight and rolled freely. It feels soft and it is natural to wear it at ordinary times. The advantage of card silk is that it can do some exaggerated and supportive modeling.

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