How to wash your Wigs?
I believe that we are no strangers to hair wigs, but the problem of hair shedding and tangling is not uncommon. Proper wash care can help reduce this problem. Here are 5 easy steps to help you with your at-home wig care routine. I hope it can help you to better maintain and use your hair.
Step 1: Pre-wash care
Use a wide-tooth comb or your fingers to gently comb through any tangles. It's best to start from the bottom and work your way up toward the roots.
Step 2: Rinse
Place your wig under the faucet and use cool to lukewarm water to fully submerge it. After rinsing, gently remove the excess water with your hands and get ready to shampoo. Go easy on it do not twist to wring it out.
Step 3: Shampoo
Place a small amount of shampoo into your hands and stroke the hair from roots to ends, keeping the shampoo away from the scalp of the wig. Run cool water from the base down to the bottom of the hair to remove the shampoo. Then use a towel to gently blot it.
Step 4: Condition
Use a wig- approved hydrating conditioner. Work a small dab into the wig, starting at the bottom. Let most conditioners set for 1-5 minutes. Then run cold water from the top of the wig down to the ends to get rid of all the conditioner before blotting it dry.
How To Apply Glueless Lace Wigs
Lace wigs usually come with clips. There is usually one on top of the head, and one in the back toward the nape of your neck.
These clips can also be easily re-positioned to the regions which you are comfortable with. Just simply cut and sew them back on.
The wig clip is attached to your natural hair like a hair clip. They are best used when the wig already has a nice, snug fit.
Wig tape is an adhesive for fixing wigs. However, wig tape is generally not as strong or damaging as wig glue. Wig tape is a great alternative to glue. These are easily removable and can help your skin breathe.
Then smooth all the hair along your hairline back, Put a thin layer of liquid band air or scalp protector on the skin right below your hairline. Now you can peel off the protective paper from the wig tape and stick the wig to your natural hairline. Gently press this area for 5 to 10 seconds to make the wig firm and natural.
Many wigs come with elastic to easily wear them anytime you want but many others don’t. If your wig doesn’t come with an elastic band then you can sew on horizontally along the back of your wig. This is best suited for people who have accidentally bought wigs that are a few sizes bigger.
Through the elastic band, now you can wear and remove your glueless lace wig anytime you want.
Ultimately, the key to a perfect installation is that you have the most flexible hands. So do you have any other method to install the Glueless Lace Wigs? If so, please tell me.