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How to Care for your Wigs and Extensions

"HAIR CARE"

I've come to the realization that a lot of women are unsure on how often to wash or treat their extensions and wigs. Just like your natural hair, it requires attention. Leaving it unwashed for a long period of time will only make it worse. So, on that note, Get to washing! And if for some reason you're too lazy to wash it, we do offer a wig revamp service. See site for more details.

Below, I made a list of guidelines that will ensure your hair stays vibrant and flawless.  These are the steps I personally use to care for my own wigs and extensions.

 

TO CLEAN YOUR WIG

 

• Gently remove tangles using a shampoo

comb or paddle brush and turn inside out.

 

• Soak for 5 minutes in a solution of cold

water and a capful of shampoo. Rinse.

Apply sulphate free conditioner (Silicon mix,

Biosilk, Silicon Bambu, or Garnier Nutrisse)

 

• Swirl gently without rubbing or wringing.

Brush from ends to roots to remove any

tangles if any. I recommend brushing your

units upside down.

 

• Rinse thoroughly in cool water and turn

right side out again.

 

 

WHILE YOUR WIG IS STILL WET

 

• Do not rub, wring, twist, or comb.

 

• Place on wig stand (available online for

purchase) or you can use our new and

improved (wig hangers) for longer wigs.

(Avoid using a Styrofoam styling head or canva heads

when wig is wet, as the cap may stretch).

 

• Allow to air dry at room temperature.

 

*Remember, never use a blow dryer to

dry a wig!

 

Brush, comb, pick or finger-style into

your desired look. For curly styles,

finger-style it or use a wide tooth comb.

 

When brushing a human hair style, start

at the ends and gently work your way to

the roots. ALWAYS use a heat protectant

oil or spray when applying heat.

 

Do not use oil based products everyday.

This will leave your hair dry overtime.

 

 

You can reach out to me via email hairwegonowllc@gmail.com

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