QWhat's the fibre hair used in the Kinsey System made of?
The hair used in The Kinsey System is made from a premium modacrylic formulation.
From a scientific point of view, the composition in our hair is one of the finest - and most expensive - types, with a high temperature resistance that doesn't fade and is impervious to sunlight.
There are numerous advantages. It's not affected by chlorine - unlike human hair - so you can swim without wearing a cap if you wish. It's also quick-drying and resistant to acids and alkalies.
Unlike the human hair often used in wigs and hair extensions, you can also, for instance, colour your own roots without it affecting the colour of our fibre hair.
It's flame retardant and doesn't combust - it's difficult to ignite and will self-extinguish if lit. It has great dimensional stability and high elastic recovery, so it holds its shape.
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