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> How To Wear You Have Human Hair Wigs
post Fri 4 Sep 2020, 10:06
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Human Hair Lace Front Wigs could be a bit more expensive than synthetic hair and requires a bit of care while using and styling them as well. Whether you have bought it for a special occasion or regular use, you must plan on styling them a bit before using it. If you take care of them well, they can last you for years.

1. Detangle The Human Hair Wigs: First thing you must do when you get your Curly Lace Front Wigs is to use a paddle brush or a wide-toothed comb and detangle the hair strands to make them come loose and easy.

2. Wash The Human Hair Wigs: Now wash it with a shampoo either for a wig or regular and lukewarm water. Rub it downwards from the roots and ensure the inside of the cap is cleaned well. Then apply a conditioner except on the roots and leave it for a few minutes. Then rinse them well and dry with a towel. Don’t wring it as it can tangle the Deep Curly Wig. In case your wig has a top feature or a monofilament part, part it with the wide-toothed comb and leave it to dry. You may need to blow dry them at least halfway before styling. Afterward, you can apply the styling products like a detangler, hair oil, or a heat protecting spray.

3. Use Heat Styling Tools: When you have taken off your wig, you should be able to use any of the heat styling tools to style them. Don’t use these tools while you still have the wig on, though as you can cause harm to yourself.

You can use these tips for styling daily but use leave-in conditioner spray as well as a heat-protecting spray before using them. Also, ensure the human hair wig is washed every week.

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