How to Take Care of Your Wig
Avoid High Temperatures: Wigs, due to their materials, are generally not heat-resistant (unless specified otherwise). It's essential to keep them away from high temperatures.
No Coloring: Wigs cannot be dyed. If you need to trim or style your wig, it's best to consult a professional stylist.
Gentle Combing: Prior to using your wig, ensure it's well-combed. After putting on the wig, give it a gentle combing. It's advisable to use a comb with widely spaced teeth for wigs. When combing, use a diagonal motion rather than straight strokes, and be gentle to avoid damaging the wig.
Avoid Hairpins: Some people use hairpins to secure their wigs on windy days. However, be cautious not to use excessive force, as it may damage the wig's net. Instead, consider using decorative hairbands to keep the wig in place.
Minimal Shedding: A minimal amount of shedding during wear and adjustment is normal.
Storage: When not in use, store your wig in its original packaging. If it becomes flattened, a light shake will help it regain its original shape.
Updo: Wigs can be styled into updos, but avoid making them too tight, as it might expose your natural hair underneath.
Long Wigs: For longer wigs, divide the hair into sections while combing. Start from the bottom and work your way up. Be patient and gentle.
Detangling: If your wig gets tangled after extended use, avoid harsh pulling. Instead, apply a non-oily wig-specific conditioner and gently detangle it with care.
Avoid Hair Products: Do not use hair sprays, hair waxes, or similar styling products meant for real hair on your wig, as it can make the wig sticky.
Use Non-Oily Wig Conditioner: Using a non-oily wig conditioner (simply spray a few times on the wig) can make your wig soft, shiny, and prevent static. This keeps your wig looking moist and fresh, just like when you first bought it!
These steps will help you maintain the quality and appearance of your wig.