|Wig Care Instructions
Tips: How to wear your wig
Brush your hair off your face at the top and sides. If your hair is long, use pins to take it off your face, back at the sides, and up at the nape. (You can use a wig liner or wig cap to hold your hair in place.)
Hold your wig at the sides (most wigs have ear tabs) with the woven label in the back. Place it at your natural hairline and slide it on from front to back.
Adjust the wig as needed so the front edge is just over your natural hairline. Use the ear tabs to center your wig from left to right.
Tuck in any stray hairs at the front, sides and nape.
General Styling Tips:
Don't try to get every hair perfectly in place. This can make your wig look “unnatural”.
Use wig brushes, combs and other styling accessories like shampoo and wig oil spray. They make styling easier and extend the life of your wig.
Try the "shake and go" method. Many styles need only a good shake or finger styling and they're ready to wear.
For tight curly or ringlet styles give the wig a gentle shake, then gently lift and separate the curls with a pick comb or your fingers. DO NOT BRUSH.
For wavy styles with loose curls brush lightly with a wig styling brush or pick comb using short, lifting strokes - just enough to relax the style.
For long curly styles use your fingers or a pick comb to gently lift and separate the curls. DO NOT BRUSH.
For straight styles gently brush, try not to stretch the fibers.
We recommend the use of a wig conditioner or wig spray. Do not use hairspray unless it is for synthetic fibers only.
Do not use heated styling tools such as hair dryers and curling irons or other heat sources.
Some wigs have a "packing" top (shorter fibers at root/base of wig). These shorter fibers are there to give bulk and volume to the wig.
A light combing from the root base in an upward direction with a wide tooth comb/brush will blend them into the other longer fibers. Then, using your fingers, pick out strands and move them in the direction of the style that you want to achieve. You may want to do this with fingers that are slightly damp (use a little water) or spray a fine mist of water over the wig when styling.
Washing Your Wig:
Before washing, gently ease any tangles out. Try not to stretch the fibers.
To wash, soak the wig in a large basin of cold water and wig shampoo for 5-10 minutes. Then rinse in COLD water till all the soap is rinsed out.
Do not use hot water at any time as the styling and curl will be removed from the wig.
Place wig on a towel or stand to air dry.
Do NOT brush wig while it is wet.
When wig is completely dry, gently ease out tangles. Most wigs have a pre-set style which bounces back after washing.
To freshen up your wig between shampoos, use a fabric spray like Febreze.