Hair care for Human hair wigs is similar to caring for your own hair. Since wigs can be processed to many different styles, textures and lengths, we must use the correct hair care accessories to avoid pulling or breaking hair strands., you can set and style a human hair wig using a blow dryer, hot rollers and a flat iron if desired.
Washing human hair full lace wig or lace front wig:
If you wear your human hair full lace wig or lace front wig everyday, wash the wig once a week. If you own multiple wigs and alternative between them, make sure to wash wigs after 8-10 uses. Fill a basin with cold water and add one tablespoon of shampoo. Lightly comb the wig before washing. Place the wig in the water and move the wig around for one to two minutes. Do not rub shampoo directly into the wig or wig cap. Rinse wig in cold water and squeeze gently, trying not to twist the wig, to remove excess water. Place the wig on a wig stand to dry. Wash your scalp and hair at least once a week to prevent dirt and oil from building up on the wig cap.
Styling your human hair full lace wig or lace front wig:
Apply anti-frizz cream or leave-in conditioner to the wig when the hair is almost dry. To set the wig with rollers, separate the hair into four sections. Squeeze excess water from each section, if necessary. Use a wide-tooth comb or your fingertips to untangle hair strands. Use hot or Velcro rollers to set hair. Follow instructions on roller packaging for best results.
To style hair, use a wide-tooth comb or your fingertips to gently pick out any tangles. Use a blow dryer or flat iron to process the style you want. Only use a blow dryer or flat iron on human hair wigs, not synthetic wigs. Apply gels, mousse or other styling products to wig to maintain style.
Brushing your human hair full lace wig or lace front wig:
For long, curly wigs, use your fingertips or wig comb to brush and style. This helps avoid hair loss and encourage the curl. Use your fingertips or wig comb to brush out long, straight-haired wigs to prevent frizzing and hair breakage. For shorter wig styles, you can use a wig brush or wig comb. Comb hair gently to prevent hair from falling out.
Store wigs in a cool, dry place if not in use. Use a wig stand or wig head to keep the wig cap from stretching. Use a hair net to keep dust and debris off the wig. If traveling, place wig in a protective bag or box to prevent folding, stretching or loss of hair.