- COMMON QUESTIONS -
Why Choose Creative Hair Design?
We have the largest selection of wigs in Minnesota
Private fitting rooms
New wigs arrive daily
Professional, educated and caring staff
No appointment needed
*Open 7 days a week*
Do I have to schedule an appointment?
No. However, if you do make an appointment, you have priority over walk-ins.
How long will an appointment take?
Average appointment takes 30-45 minutes.
What brands do you carry?
We feature wigs from Jon Renau, Gabor, Raquel Welch, Aspen, C & S, Tony of Beverly, Envy,
Revlon, Norika, Rene of Paris, Troika, Eve and J & K lines.
Do you carry human hair?
Yes! We offer only the highest quality on the market today.
Remy, 100% hand-tied, lace-front, fashion forward styles and colors.
How do I take care of my synthetic wig?
We recommend washing your wig every 6-8 wears. Before washing your wig, gently remove any tangles with proper brush/wide tooth comb. Add synthetic shampoo to cool water in your sink. Swirl wig in water while making sure that the hair is traveling in the same direction. Do not rub hair. Rinse thoroughly in cool water until the water runs clear. Gently pat dry wig in towel. Detangle hair using your fingers. Spray with leave-in synthetic conditioning spray (3-5 pumps) keeping away from base of hand-tied wigs. Allow wig to air dry naturally by placing on wig stand. If fullness is desired, gently backcomb and smooth the surface hair over and apply synthetic holding spray.
DO NOT use heat to style synthetic fiber (curling irons, flat irons or blow dryers)
CAUTION: when standing near a heat source (i.e. open oven, heater, etc.) heat will damage the fiber.
What is your return policy?
Due to strict health codes once a wig leaves the store, it cannot be returned.
What is the difference between Human and Synthetic hair?
When you set out on gathering information on wigs it can be tremendously overwhelming, especially online. Do I need human hair? Why are they so expensive? How do I even wear one? Will anyone know? There are so many brands, styles, colors the information is seemingly endless.
The first step is breaking down what your real needs are. Do you want to change the style or do you prefer low maintenance with a set style? How real do you want it to look? How long are you going to be wearing it? This is where understanding the difference between human and synthetic begins...
HUMAN HAIR WIGS:
Natural Look and Feel, Movement, Styling Versatility, Texture, Durability.
Required Maintenance, Weight, High Cost, Weather Conditions, Color Fading.
Style Memory, No Frizzing, Great Color Selection, Affordable, Low Maintenance, Natural Looking
Shine, Can NOT Change the Color, Shorter Lifespan, Less Styling Options.
HEAT DEFIANT SYNTHETIC WIGS:
Style Versatility, Ability to Repair Fibers, Natural Looking, Low Cost.
Shorter Lifespan, Can NOT Change the Color, Advanced Styling Skills Required.
Why do prices vary so much?
Other than synthetic versus human hair, the cap construction dictates price.
Do I need a full wig, if I’m thinning on top?
Not necessarily. We carry a large selection of topper pieces.
After determining the diameter that is needed, we will suggest the best solutions for you.
I love this wig, but can I get it in a different color?
Of course! Most wigs offer 15-60 unique colors blends.
What is the most comfortable wig?
Every head shape and reaction to caps is different from client to client.
Can I get this wig in a large or petite cap?
Yes, we have styles in petite and large. In addition, all of our specialist are trained to customize wigs.
We offer custom made wigs based on your unique measurements.
How long does the wig last?
With daily use, human hair wigs can last a year or more, while synthetic wigs typically last 8-12 months. (Heat friendly synthetic wigs usually only last approximately 6 months).
What is synthetic hair made of?
Synthetic hair fibers are fine threads manufactured to resemble human hair. Manufacturers may use single type monofilament fibers, or a combination of two or three poly filament fibers. Acrylic and polyester can also be used to make some fibers.