How To wash Wigs
Washing wig every 2-4 weeks. In between carrying relaxation on an “open’ construction permitting air to go by means of. We advocate a vase that you just fill with tissue sprayed with your perfume.
– Comb wig out with extensive tooth comb working your means up from the underside.
– Add a top quality or colour secure shampoo (sulfate free) to the basin. Don’t use a shampoo with conditioner in it.
– Submerge wig in lukewarm water, pull the shampoo water throught the wig – swish or soak the wig. Do not scrub or be aggressive.
– Condition the wig if would like but avoid the roots. (conditioner undoes knots, every hair in your wig is knotted into place)
Permit conditioner to set in for a few minutes. A go away in conditioner every couple of weeks should work properly.
RINSE IN Chilly WATER.
Squeeze water from wig.
– Roll the wig in a towel and squeeze additonal excess water out without agitating the hair.
– Comb the wig, with wide toothcomb, starting from the bottom working your way up.
– You’ll be able to let the wig air dry and style the wig when it is barely damp. Or blow dry cap till dry – then put wig on, and blow out while on your head. Remember to use your chin strap.
*Blow-dryer, flat iron and scorching rollers can be used just as on your own natural hair, making sure to not overheat the wig. The heat should keep transferring continuously – just as if you are drying your individual hair.
– For curly hair wigs you need to use your arms to scrunch curls while wet. Use hair products (mouse, hair spray, and so on. as you usually would for your personal hair)
You too can set your wig on a vase to dry original diva hair extensions or dangle upside down with a skirt hanger over the shower (this will add volume – like blowing out your real hair while bending at your waist).
Artificial Hair Wigs
Before washing, brush wig take away any teasing or tangles. Place your wig in a basin or sink in cool water. Gently hand wash with a mild detergent or shampoo. (Sauve is ok. )If your wig has picked up an odor (comparable to smoke) add a teaspoon of baking soda to your wash water.
Never , EVER USE Hot WATER. (it could fray the fibers)
Gently swish and let your wig soak for five minutes. Rinse in clean cold water. Be sure you rinse in chilly water throughly again when you added a small quantity of conditioner. You should not need to clean you wig more than every 2-4 weeks as oils from your head do not reach your hair to get the wig oily.
Roll the wig in a towel.
Squeeze out the excess water (Pull your hands straight down the towel -as if you happen to have been climbing down a rope). Take the wigs out of the towel and blot. Let your wig air dry naturally. Do not brush while wet (you need to use a wide tooth comb) Do not use a scorching air blow dryer, curling iron. Keep your wig away from heat – even the oven – as heat will injury/frizz the hair fibers. You can use a blow dryer on cool to dry the cap and hair if you wish.
You may set your wig on a vase to dry or cling the other way up with a skirt hanger over the shower (it will add volume – like blowing out your actual hair while bending at your waist)
When your wig is completely dry, its original pre-set fashion will bounce right back. If you want to do more to your hair: Chances are you’ll use steam rollers, a fabric steamer if the wig is just not on your head – you don’t need to burn your self! You can even use electric curlers if they’re set on low/med and/or if the hair is wrapped in perm paper.