The labels on our products include a unique serial number, printed in black lettering on a transparent background. While there have been other formats for the serial numbers in the past, our current codes all start with the letters “FL”. The serial numbers on the labels allow us to authenticate and trace all Follea pieces.
When you receive your Follea hair, please visit the Product Registration page on our website to enter your label information so we can register the product to you and confirm whether it was issued by Follea.
Follea is made with 100% human hair, so hot tools will work the same as they do on natural hair. That said, it is preferable not to use hot tools daily due to the fact that added hair will not grow, and any damage you do to the hairpiece is permanent.
If you absolutely must use hot tools, the maximum heat that should ever be applied to your Follea hair is 356 degrees Fahrenheit (180 degrees Celsius) because European hair is fine and more easily damaged. If you keep your iron at 300-320 degrees Fahrenheit (150-160 degrees Celsius), you risk damage to your Follea hair.
Follea offers wigs specially made for those who have lost their hair due to alopecia, radiation or chemotherapy treatments, or other causes. A specialized wig for total hair loss must not only be comfortable against sensitive skin, but it must also be durable enough to withstand the active lifestyles of all wearers, some of whom are athletes.
Several Follea designs meet these needs. We designed the Gripper™ Collection especially for this purpose.
Because hairstylists often lack the training or experience in working with fine European hair wigs and hairpieces, we strongly recommend you contact a Follea-certified stylist to maintain, cut and create special color effects for your Follea hair.
Follea’s 100% European human hair is known throughout the world for its superior hair quality. It can be colored, within reason, by a trained colorist. We only recommend you have your Follea hair colored by a Follea-certified stylist.
We use superior hypoallergenic materials in our Follea products that are carefully sourced and selected for maximum quality. However, sometimes even the best materials can irritate very sensitive skin. One way to prevent this is to wear a wig liner made of a soft fabric with minimal seams.
If you are experiencing undue or visible skin irritation, extreme discomfort or rashes as a result of wearing a hair addition, consult your dermatologist before making another hair purchase.
We also offer a product with silicone-tab sections called The Gripper™. Silicone tabs offer a comparatively inert alternative to the polyurethane tabs commonly found in wigs.
Follea hair products are made with several kinds of bases for a variety of applications. For trichotillomania, we would recommend a full wig in either the Style or Chic cap.
If you would like to replicate a natural hairline, prefer volume or are interested in ponytails and up-dos, the Style is a fine choice. It comes standard with a small lace front edge, which can be worn off the face, without bangs. The lined, wefted soft-fit cap will contour to your head and is more durable than the hand-tied back on the Chic product. It is the most versatile of our wigs.
Follea’s Chic wig closely replicates the look of a scalp, so it is virtually undetectable. It is recommended if you would like to integrate your front hairline or plan on wearing some kind of bang. It has a flatter top than the Style for a sleek look. The hand-tied back is very lightweight, though not as durable as the Style.
It is not required that you do this to wear Follea hair. There are many different base designs for a variety of attachments, including, but not limited to, microfiber grips, clips and combs. Many women with hair even integrate their own hairline into the front bangs for an even more natural look.
With Follea’s Gripper™, no hair is recommended, as the silicone panels work best when they adhere to the skin and may pull on existing hair if you are very active.