HOW TO PRESERVE AND CARE FOR WIGS/ HAIR EXTENSIONS ?

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The wigs made from human hair are quite expensive but well worth the money. Since they are made with natural hair, they have a much better elasticity than synthetic fiber wigs when stretched, permed, and dyed. Like synthetic fiber wigs, wigs made with real hair need to be washed regularly, but you must be very careful because they are quite fragile.

  1. Wash the wigs
Step 1: Comb the wig

Comb the wig starting from the ends of the hair. Gently brush from the front ends. Once you've removed all the tangles, you can gradually brush up the roots until you can run your fingers all the way through the hair without getting tangled. Use a wig brush to brush straight or wavy hair and use a thin brush to brush curly hair (including natural curly and African curly hair).

Step 2: Wash the wigs with shampoo

Fill the sink with cold water and stir a little of the shampoo into the water. Use a high quality shampoo that is suitable for the type of hair you are using. For example, if you are using a curly wig, use shampoo for curly hair. If you know the wig is dyed, use a shampoo to retain the dye.

Do not put shampoo directly on the wig. Instead, use soapy water for washing hair extensions

Do not use 2 in 1 shampoo, i.e. shampoo with conditioner. You can use conditioner on your wig, but don't use it too close to the roots

Step 3: Turn the wig upside down and soak it in water.

Use your fingers to flip the wig from the inside out and let the hair strands fall out. Drop the hair into the water and submerge the strands of hair. Slightly distributes the shampoo evenly throughout the hair strands

Turning the wig upside down allows the shampoo to easily get into the mesh cap, where dirt, sweat, and oil accumulate the most.

Step 4. Soak your wig for 5 minutes.

Make sure the wig is completely submerged in the water and that it does not turn around while soaking. Your wig can easily get tangled if you squeeze, squeeze, or stir too much

Step 5: Rinse cold water until shampoo is gone.

You can rinse the wig in a bucket of cold water, or rinse it under the tap in the sink or shower. Depending on the thickness of your wig, you may need to rinse it up to twice Rinse cold water until shampoo is gone. You can rinse the wig in a bucket of cold water, or rinse it under the tap in the sink or shower. Depending on the thickness of your wig, you may need to rinse it up to twice.

Step 6: Rub conditioner into your wig.

Simply spray some conditioner on your hair and brush it with your fingers. If you're a wig with a mesh cap, avoid letting the conditioner get into the mesh. The hairs are attached to the mesh by knots. If you let the conditioner in, the knots will loosen and the hair strands will come out. With a regular woven wig, it doesn't matter, as the strands of hair are stitched into a mesh cap.

Use a high quality conditioner.

You can also use a dry conditioner if you want.

Step 7: Wait 2 minutes before rinsing the conditioner with cold water.

Leaving conditioner on your hair for a few minutes will help the oil soak into your hair strands and hydrate your hair, similar to the natural conditioner that is growing on your head. After 2 minutes, rinse the conditioner until it feels clear.

Skip this step if you are using a dry conditioner.
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HOW TO PRESERVE AND CARE FOR WIGS/ HAIR EXTENSIONS ?

 
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