To ensure your new synthetic wig will look its best for the longest possible time, please follow these simple care instructions.
The wonderful thing about synthetic wigs is that they require very little care & maintenance. Caring for your synthetic wig could not be easier. This being said, it is important to care for your wig properly in order to extend the life span and get the most wear out of it.
Your fingertips and a spray bottle of cold water are essential styling tools. Use only brushes and combs that are designed for wigs. Regular hairbrushes can cause over stretching of the hair and damage to your wig.
1. De-tangle before you wash. Be sure to carefully detangle the hair using a wide tooth comb.
2. Wash. Fill a bowl/tub with Cold water (never hot as the heat damages fibers).
3. Rinse. Immerse wig in a clean bowl of cold water to remove shampoo.
4. Condition. Rinse your wig gently in cold water until all cream conditioner is removed.
5. Towel dry by wrapping wig in a towel and gently patting out excess water.
6. Style and hair dry.
Exposure to Heat: Synthetic wigs should not be exposed to heat as this will permanently damage and singe the hair fibers. Do not use heated styling tools such as curling irons, flat irons or hot rollers on your wig. The only exception are synthetic wigs that are specifically labeled as "heat friendly".
Hair Products: Use only hair products that are specifically designed for synthetic wigs. Do not use regular human hair shampoo, conditioner, hair spray or gels on your wig as they will cause build up on the wig, shortening its life span and dulling the hair fibers. When using a condition spray, apply very lightly over wig, spraying 10 - 12 inches from the wig. Place clean wig on a wigstand and allow to air dry thoroughly before brushing or combing.
Brushing Your Wig: Do not brush your wig when it is wet. This will stretch and permanently damage the hair fibers. Use only brushes and combs that are designed specifically for synthetic wigs. Your regular hairbrush or comb is not will stretch and stress the fibers.
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