Cosplay wigs are worn on the head for fashion or various other aesthetic and stylistic reasons, including cultural and religious observance. But Cosplayhouse.com offers a wide selection of cosplay wigs to complete your favorite cosplay costumes. The industry choice is yak hair, which is not only inexpensive, but close in consistency and appearance to human hair as well.
Cosplay wigs are used in film, theater, and television. In the film and television genre Jidaigeki, Cosplay wigs are used extensively to alter the cast\'s hair styles to reflect the Edo Period where most stories take place. Only a few actors starring in big-budget films and television series will grow their hair so that it may be cut to the appropriate hair style, and forgo using a wig. Today, Cosplay wigs are worn by many people on a daily or occasional basis.
When purchasing Cosplay wigs, look for wigs that are made with Japanese synthetics, or Kanekalon for the highest quality wig. Do you own Cosplay wigs but are afraid to ruin them by styling? There are some easy things that you can do to your Cosplay wigs that won't change the shape, but will make them look much better!
1.Layer-cut: By using a disposable razor and "brushing" it against the bottom fibers of your wig, you can thin out the edges and give your Cosplay wigs that anime/video game look.
2.Motion\'s sheen oil spray: This stuff is the best. It's the final coating to a wig. Oil spray keeps your wig from tangling and gives it a nice sheen. And, it smells like bananas! Oil spray is not a detangler. To use, spray from a 1-foot distance on your cosplay wig but don't spray so much that the liquid forms beads on the fiber. The important part is to let your Cosplay wigs dry for 6-8 hours. Once dry, they will be silky soft!
If your Cosplay wigs are too curly or the parts are not in the right place, we can help you! First, place pins at the top of your Cosplay wig to a styrofoam head. Brush the wig fiber to how you would like it to stay naturally - I recommend using a chopstick or other straight round instrument for moving a part. Use a stabbing motion at the base of the wig where you want the part, and bring the fiber to the other side. If you are making big fluffy bangs, make a horizontal part (a couple inches) at the top of the head and bring the fiber towards the front. When you're done, place it in your bathtub or somewhere where water can drain.
Get the biggest pot you have, and heat water until it\'s nearly boiling. Remember to use gloves if the handles are hot! When it's ready, slowly pour the hot water over the top of your wig, making sure that all fibers get wet. Next, you allow the wig to drip-dry. You can towel dry in a few hours if you get anxious. When your Cosplay wigs are dry or nearly dry, brush them out. If your cosplay Wigs still have too much curl, repeat the process until it straightens.