Shapeshifter | Professional Monofiber

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Looking for a synthetic fiber that mimics human hair? Need something that resists heat, retains color, AND has maximum durability? Listen, we know we’re biased, but you seriously don’t have to look anymore. Meet ShapeShifter, the fiber that was named for its ability to do literally anything.


ShapeShifter was designed with the professional hair artist in mind. With a sheen and silky texture that imitates human hair, this fiber is perfect for anyone looking to create stunning dreads, loose extensions, braids, and/or magical unicorn manes. The insane selection of color choices gives you endless possibilities; you can even shuffle different colors together to create custom combinations! Oh, and did we mention you can curl it? Just like Rick Astley, this fiber is never gonna give you up; never gonna let you down.

  • Many pure colors, natural and unnatural
  • Can be curled, flat ironed, steamed and hot water set
  • Heat resistant up to 400 degrees
  • 48 inch length bundle is 100 grams
  • Lengths are bundles cut end to end, they are not folded

Being the silkiest hair on the market, this fiber mimics human hair's natural denier and sheen - no unnatural shine or thickness! Shuffle different colors together to create magical combinations only you mythical creatures can pull off!

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Customer Questions
Is it possible to wear shapeshifter as an alternative to natural remi hair if I were to make machine sewn wefts with it? Does it wear the same?
Absolutely! It wears very similar to human hair.
I see you can use for dreads? How many can you get out of a package?
This will vary with the length and thickness of the dreads.
Could this be incorporated into kk smooth seal dreads towards in the ends so you could style them?
Will this ever be available in white or grey tones?
It is possible in the future, but we do not have plans to expand the colors in this line at this time.
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