Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What are Cosplay Moo Moo wigs made out of?
A: The fiber is known as "High Temperature Japanese Silk." It is a synthetic, heat-resistant fiber capable of styling up to 380 F. Though not real silk, the silky feel allows for easy detangling.
Q: How do I wash my wig?
A: We recommend washing your wig every five to ten uses. You may also want to wash out gel or hairspray before putting it back in its bag for long term storage. Simply use a neutral shampoo, such as baby shampoo or a wig-specific shampoo, and cool water. Mix the soap and water first, then drop the wig in, swish around gently, and allow it time to soak. Rinse thoroughly using cool water and allow to air dry completely before brushing.
Q: How do I detangle my wig?
A: If it gets tangled, we suggest looking up some of the many cosplay wig tutorials online. There are numerous methods of detangling a wig, including but not limited to: soaking in fabric softener, wig-specific detanglers, spraying a mix of lotion and water on the wig, Johnson and Johnson no more tangles baby detangler. Find the method that works best for you!
Q: How do I style my wig?
A: The fiber we use is heat-resistant, and so you can use straightening irons, curling irons, and blow dryers on all of our wigs. On most irons, 380 F is about medium to high heat. Start at a lower setting and slowly increase the heat to see what works best for you. Remember, some irons are hotter or cooler and temperatures vary greatly on the market. Personally we find video tutorials on youtube to be the most helpful, Not only are there mutliple videos for specific characters, there are also general tutorials for curls and spikes. You can also use gel, hair spray, and other styling products on our wigs. Remember to keep them on a wig head after styling.
Q: Do you take custom orders?
A: Sadly we cannot do custom orders at this time.
Q: Do you offer wholesale to retailers?
A: We can offer wholesale products starting summer 2016. Please contact Leanne Francville at firstname.lastname@example.org for inquiries.