YOU MAY USE THE FOLLOWING THINGS TO CARE OF YOUR REAL HAIR WIGS .
- Use a chinstrap or blockhead.
- Brush according to style. Short strokes on wigs with waves and curls, long strokes on smooth styles and lifting movements with a pic comb on styles with ringlet curls.
- Use wig conditioner and wig spray lightly on the areas you touched up.
WASHING YOUR REAL HAIR WIGS .
To start, gently brush your wig from the bottom in short strokes to remove knots and spray buildup, and to separates the fibers.Wash your hair wigs in a sink or basin — never in a washing machine. Mix cool water with the wig shampoo according to the directions. Wig shampoo cleans fibers gently and thoroughly.Soak your hair wigs for five minutes or perhaps a little longer depending on how soiled it is. Even if your wig is quite soiled, never rub, twist or wring it. After the five minutes, gently dip it up and down in the water. If there are makeup stains on the cap, clean them with a small brush.Now rinse your wig gently but thoroughly in cool water. Remember, your wig is made of synthetic fibers, so handle it as you would a good blouse.
To dry your wig, pat out the excess water in a towel. Otherwise the weight of water could stretch the wig fibers and ruin the style.
DRYING YOUR REAL HAIR WIGS .
Hang your wig loosely on a wig stand or spray can to dry at room temperature. Never place a wet wig on a styrofoam head or a blockhead, which can stretch the wig cap. Also, never comb a wet wig or attempt to speed dry it with a blow dryer. Air drying, loosely, takes only a few hours and ensures healthy-looking, manageable fibers.
CONDITIONING YOUR REAL HAIR WIGS.
Wig conditioner restores the original style pattern of your wig. It contains specially-blended oils, which soften dryness and bring out the luster and mobility of the fiber.Spray wig conditioner over the entire area. Fluff in the conditioner with a pic comb or your fingers. After the conditioner is dry, your wig is ready to be styled.Spray wig conditioner over the entire area. Then fluff in the conditioner with a pic comb or your fingers. After the conditioner is dry, your wig is ready to be styled.