How often should I wash my wig?
We recommend washing and conditioning every 6-8 wears. It’s good to apply a deep conditioner every other wash since human hair needs added moisture. It is very important to use only conditioner from axis to end. Always avoid using conditioner bases or LIDS as this can affect integrity and cause shedding. Use products used for hair color and follow the manufacturer's instructions when using a deep conditioner or treatment.
It is recommended to use hair oils and serums on the ends and spray a heat protectant all over before blow drying and heat-styling. If your wig needs to be washed more often or less frequently, you can adjust your daily routine. Sometimes a simple perm with a curling iron or straightening iron between shampoos can produce unexpected results.
Get ready to wash your wig
Remove tangles gently with your fingers or a wide-toothed comb. Start at the ends and work your way down to the roots to avoid damage. Don't brush.
Do not soak or submerge the product. Rinse hair under running cold water. Let the water flow from the roots to the tail.
Apply a small amount of shampoo to your hands and apply evenly and gently from the roots to the ends.
Rinse under running cold water until the water runs clear. Gently squeeze out excess water.
Do not twist or wring.
Take a small amount of dyed conditioner and put it on your hand. Evenly and gently apply it from the middle of the hair shaft to the ends of the hair, avoiding the roots and roots. Using conditioner on the base may cause shedding.
Leave the conditioner on for 1-2 minutes or follow the conditioner manufacturer's instructions. Don't take more than 3-5 minutes.
Rinse under running cold water until the water runs clear. Gently squeeze or use a clean, dry towel to squeeze out excess water. Don't twist or twist.
Place the wet wig on a wig rack until it is completely dry. Fingers are recommended.