How To Take Care Of Your Wig Hair ?
Wigs are particularly important. Having beautiful hair is the basis for all beauty. But if the wig is dirty, it will leave a bad impression on others. So how do we maintain our wigs? Don’t worry, I will teach you the tips for maintaining wigs today!
Step 1: Wetting Your Human Hair Wig
Holding your wig over one fist, let warm tap water flow downwards from top to ends, front to back, wetting hair completely.
- Do not use circular motions while wetting hair.
- Run water close to the hair.
Step 3: Rinsing Your Human Hair Wig
Rinse under warm running warm water, using downwards stroking movements until it rinses clear and clean. This process will take a few minutes.
- Accomplish this by running water down from the crown to the ends
Step 4: Conditioning Your Human Hair Wig
Gently apply conditioner from the top to ends. Leave the conditioner on hair for up to 5 minutes. Comb conditioner through, using your wig comb. This is the best time to de-tangle hair.
When combing out tangles lie the wig/piece flat on the bench and comb gently, working your way up from the bottom to top (tip to root).
BE SURE you never comb the roots of the hair where they are tied to the foundation; this can cause damage.
Rinse as before, under fresh warm running water, front to back and downsides. Take out tangles again very gently.
Step 6: Styling Your Human Hair Wig
We recommend using specific hair reconstruct/moisture additive products. They assist in minimizing breakage, tangling or hair loss.
Allow the hair to semi-dry (50%) naturally before actually styling the hair. You will find it easier and the hair will be less likely to tangle at that time.
Use a folding wig stand or a vase/jar to dry your wig.
Style as desired:
To straighten, take a 1-inch section starting at the roots and run a flat iron to the ends.
To curl, wrap the hair around a curling iron and hold for 10 seconds and release.
- To style, blow-dry the hair using the cool setting. Keep in mind, the more blow-drying and heat styling tools being used, the faster the wig will become dry and/or damaged.
- Cool blow-drying will cause the least possible harm to the hair. Air drying is also an option for a more natural look.
- If you choose to make the choice to use thermal tools, always apply a thermal protectant to the hair before styling. We recommend a salon-quality protectant product.