How to soften a long-used wig?

When you use a wig for a long time, its natural soft bounce disappears. Front Lace Human hair wig does not have natural scalp oils to keep the hair moisturized regularly. Wigs dry out more easily and lose their softness and shine more easily than a human hair. How to soften a long-used wig? This article will help you solve this problem.

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Why does the wig get dry?

Human Virgin Hair Wigs can become dry without the moisture of natural oils. Prolonged exposure to the sun can also make wigs dry and inelastic. Try not to wear a wig while swimming, as seawater and chlorine in swimming pools can damage your wig.

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How to rejuvenate a wig?

Wigs can be damaged to varying degrees in use, and reasonable care can make them youthful.

Pre Wash Your Wig

Now comb the wig smoothly. If there is a problem, you can untangle it with your hands and then comb it. Apply natural grease to your wig. Natural oils include extra virgin olive oil, coconut oil, and grape seed oil. Apply the conditioner and let it soak for 30 minutes. Let the wig fully absorb oil and nutrients.

Wash Your Wig

Add the shampoo to the warm water and stir evenly until there is foam. Place the wig in the water and use your fingers to comb and clean the dusty stains. Then rinse off the shampoo with water.

Moisturize Your Wig

Apply a small amount of human hair wig hair conditioner to the palms of your hands and apply evenly over the hairpiece. Do not twist, rub or massage.

Simply smooth the shampoo on the wig from the base to the tips of the hair. Using cool water, gently rinse all hair conditioner from the hair, allowing the water to flow over the hair from the base to the tips. Do not rub, wring or twist. Gently rinse until all shampoo has been removed.

Dry Your Wig

Lightly squeeze excess water from the hair (do not rub or wring). Use a dry towel to soak up moisture from the wig. Leave the wig to dry in a ventilated area.

 

 


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