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> How To Take Care Of Your Curly Lace Front Wigs
post Wed 22 Jul 2020, 03:27
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The crimp degree of the hair is smaller than natural wave and deep wave, but bigger than kinky curly weave human hair. The Curly Lace Front Wigs has a great elasticity, looks very tidiness and fashion. Women with curly hair sew in will make them more natural and unrestrained.Because of the special texture of the curly weave human hair, it also need special care method. Below are some tips you should know about how to take care of your Wet And Wavy Wigs .

When you washing your hair:
1, Wash your hair every one or two weeks, keep the hair tidiness and clean.
2, Not too rude when you washing your Deep Curly Wig .
3, Dry the hair with a towel, but no need of wring.
4, Apply a moisturizing conditioner after every shampoo and a deep conditioner every two to four weeks.

When you combing your hair:
1, Comb out the hair from root to tip with a wide toothed comb or a hair extension loop brush.
2, If your hair is long, you’d better divide it into three part when you combing it, first the bottom, then the middle, last the top.

When you sleeping:
Do not rude press your hair directly, it is better to put your hair aside.

When you restyling your curly hair:
Style the hair as desired. But heat style sparingly to avoid damaging the hair.

Cleaning curly hair weave
In order to keep your curly human hair extensions healthy, we need to be sure the hair is clean firstly. Cleansing the hair regularly and at the right time is important for long-term healthy hair and a healthy scalp. Different scalp needs different frequency of cleansing. If you have an oily scalp, you may cleanse a few times a week. If you have a dry scalp, you should cleanse the hair no more than once a week and no less than every two weeks. Of all the products in your curl cabinet, the shampoo or cleanser is playing a necessary role.

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