The Kanekalon® Fiber is widely used to produce synthetic braiding hair and other synthetic hair products, because of its special human-hair like texture characteristic.Learn More (Brand Site)
Kanekalon® is a modacrylic fiber introduced to the world in 1957 by Kaneka. It is a representative synthetic fiber with Japanese technology. Kanekalon is soft with a human-hair like texture, it also has a Hot Water Set technology(*1) which allows for various hairstyles. The fiber is also flame-retardant. With these characteristics and features, Kanekalon is widely used for synthetic braiding hair and other synthetic hair attachments such as wigs.
(*1) a technology which allows to use hot water to set curls and seal tips to prevent loosening while maintaining its flexibility.
Kaneka's fibers for hair attachments include modacrylic fiber "Kanekalon", polyvinyl chloride fiber "Advantage", flame-retardant polyesther fiber "Futura", and collagen fiber "Ultima". With its wide-range of product line, Kaneka meets various needs for hair attachments.
Making people of the world more beautiful and affluent.
Kaneka's synthetic fibers hold a major world-wide share in the field of hair ornamentation. We will continue contributing to colorful and vivid fashion in people's lives as well as more affluent lives for people around the world.