How to care?
Due to the nature of synthetic hair, wash only if dirty
- Cannot dye wig due to being synthetic fibers.
- Before you wash, carefully detangle the hair using a wide tooth comb. Start from ends and work your way toward the root to decrease shedding.
- Using lukewarm water, rinse from roots to ends (do not soak as this can lead to tangling)
- Using a sulfate free shampoo, distribute a quarter size amount evenly throughout the hair. Use gentle circular motions to clean the cap. Then rinse with cool water.
- Spray leave-in conditioner from the mid-shaft to the ends. Leave in for a few minutes before rinsing. Do NOT apply conditioner to the root. If dry or damaged, use a deep conditioner.
- Using lukewarm water, rinse the hair letting the water flow in the same direction of the hair to avoid tangling. Squeeze and press the hair; do NOT wring. Towel blot to remove excess water.
- Gently comb out with a wide tooth comb and air dry on a wig stand.
- The use of dry shampoos or hair powders can help remove shine from wig.
Prepare your own hair for the application by making sure it as flat as possible. Detangle the Wig, and Cut the Lace.
Put on a wig cap and flesh toned stockings or bandage to help keep the wig on.
Use your fingers or even a clean makeup brush to apply the gel in a thin line going around the perimeter of your hairline. You will also need a hairdryer for this method to ensure the gel gets tacky. Press to secure wig.
Line up the center part of the wig with the center of your forehead, and clip your wig on the cap to ensure it secure.
Use the concealer to cover the knots to make it more realistic and natural.
Leave some of your natural hair at the front of the lace wig out. You can use little tube brush to create your own baby hair, and style it.
You can use a dry shampoo or setting power to take away the shine of the synthetic hair and make it look more natural.