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Daily Care for Wig Wear

  • June 6, 2019 1:31 AM PDT

    Treat Your Wig as an Investment in Looking and Feeling Great

     

    If you've spent all that money on a beautiful human hair wigs, don't skimp on the special care and products you need to help it look its best.

     

    Caring for your wig -- easy as 1-2-3:

     

    1.Schedule: You'll wash your lace wigs human hair, depending on what it is made from and your daily lifestyle, on average one to two times per week. If you are very active, work out, partake in sports or live in a hot, humid climate, you may want to wash it more often. If you're wearing a bonded human hair wig (permanently attached to your head using adhesive), then you may wash your hair as you shower -- and the water and soap go right through to your scalp and rinse out easily.

     

    2.Washing instructions:

     

    a.Start by gently combing your lace front wig with a wide-tooth comb, starting from the ends and working your way toward the scalp or cap to detangle as you go before you wash.

     

    b.Always use cool water on synthetic wigs, but if yours is made of human hair, you may use warm water.

     

    c.Fill a bathtub, sink or bucket with enough water to submerge your wig.

     

    d.Dunk the wig through the clear water and swish in one direction gently, then the other.

     

    e.Dissolve the recommended amount and type of special wig care shampoo into the water (it distributes throughout the wig more evenly this way) and swish your wig through it the same way as before. As much as possible, try to keep all the hair going in one direction at a time to avoiding tangling.

     

    f.To rinse, hold the wig under the faucet so the water flows down the direction of the hair. Or, dunk it in another bucket of clear water for rinsing.

     

    g.Fill up the sink, tub or bucket again and dissolve conditioner throughout and repeat the swishing and rinsing steps until the water runs clear.

     

    h.Lay your wig on a towel and gently roll it up inside to dry. Don't rub -- it will tangle your wig's hair!

     

    i.Again, gently detangle your wet wig with a wide-tooth comb, starting from the ends and working your way toward the scalp or cap to detangle as you go.

     

    j.Put your wig, if synthetic, on a head stand to dry. If your wig is made of human hair, gently blow-dry it or style it as desired, using only styling products recommended by hair loss specialists.

     

    3.Night care: If your wig is removable, we recommend removing it every night and placing it on a head stand. A synthetic wig needs to be removed at night so it will retain its shape and style as well as the integrity of the hair. Friction from the pillow at night will fuzz the ends. For a human hair wig, however, especially if it's bonded to your head, it's not necessary to do anything different at all.

     

    The bottom line on wig care

     

    Basically, the biggest care issue involves being gentle. You'll want to avoid tangling your wig hair as much as possible -- that's how you'll get the best, most beautiful wear out of your wig.

     

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