Monofilament features are very delicate. Keep in mind that the more realistic something looks, the less durable it will tend to be. Treat your monofilament wigs very gently to get the most life out of them.
Some more information on monofilament wigs:
Monofilament wigs offer a unique combination of versatility and durability. A monofilament wig created the illusion of natural hair growth and allows for multidirectional styling while also providing a cool, smooth feel against the scalp for long-lasting comfort.
Monofilament is a sheer mesh made up of strong synthetic fiber. In wigs, monofilament is used as a translucent segment -- the part area or the entire crown -- of a wig cap. Hairs are individually hand-tied to the monofilament segment of the cap, so each hair can swivel freely in any direction, creating natural hair movement. This mobility also allows the hair to be parted and styled in any direction.
Sometimes referred to as a "mono top" or "skin top" a translucent monofilament crown simulates natural hair growth from the scalp. Sine each hand-tied hair is anchored to an individual spot on the monofilament, and since the monofilament is so sheer, it looks like follicular growth, even close up.
In addition to its amazingly natural appearance, seamless monofilament feels smoother against the scalp than an open wefted crown or a traditional lace-backed base. In the case of a double monofilament crown, a second layer of monofilament buffers the layer to which hair is knotted, so it feels altogether silky against the scalp.
In general, wigs designated as "monofilament wigs" pair mono tops with open cap construction on the sides and nape, which provide cooling ventilation. Monofilament wigs may feature hand-tied lace front hairlines, human hair or Remy human hair. Mono tops also may be included in completely hand-tied human hair wigs; in this combination, the nape and side of the wig will be composed of hairs that have been hand-tied to a seamless, soft lace net cap, rather than the elasticized bands and wefts of open cap styles.