What are Lace Closure Wigs? September 18, 2021
What are Lace Front Wigs? September 17, 2021
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How to wash human hair wigs？
Lace wigs made of human hair are expensive, but they are definitely worth the money. They are made of real hair, so in terms of straightening, curling and bleaching, they are tougher than wigs made of man-made fibers. Like man-made fiber wigs, human hair wigs also need to be cleaned frequently. Because they are squeamish, they need to be handled with extreme care.
1. Use a hairbrush or comb to comb the lace front wigs from the end of the hair.
First, gently comb the ends of the lace closure wigs. After straightening out the knotted part, slowly comb up to the root of the hair until the brush or comb can pass through the hair smoothly. Use a metal wire wig brush to comb straight hair or wavy lace wigs; use a wide tooth comb or fingers to comb curly hair wigs, including natural curly or African hair wigs.
2. Fill the sink with cold water, and then squeeze 1-2 drops of shampoo.
According to the hair quality of the human hair wigs to be washed, choose the right high-quality shampoo. For example, if you are washing a curly hair cover, use a special shampoo for curly hair. If the wig has been dyed, use a color-protecting shampoo.
Do not apply shampoo directly on the lace front wigs. Mix them into soapy water and then use them to wash wigs.
Do not use 2 in 1 shampoos that contain conditioner. You can apply conditioner to the lace wigs, but not too close to the root of the hair
3. Turn the lace closure wigs cover from inside to outside, and then immerse it in water.
Use your fingers to turn the wig from the inside out to let the hair hang loosely. Put the fake hair into the water and press down to soak all the hair strands in the water. Gently stir the wig so that the shampoo is evenly distributed on all hair strands.
Turn the wig from the inside to the outside so that the shampoo can more easily reach the part of the hair net where the most dirt, sweat, and grease gather.
4. Soak the lace wigs cover for 5 minutes.
Make sure it is completely immersed in water. There is no need to stir the human hair wigs at this time. Excessive agitation, squeezing or turning over and over can cause the hair to become knotted.
5. Rinse the wig with cold water and rinse off all the shampoo.
You can rinse it in a bucket of ice-cold water, or in the sink or shower. If the wig is very thick, it may need to be rinsed twice.
6. Apply the conditioner to the lace closure wigs.
Put a little conditioner on the lace front wigs , and then gently comb it with your fingers. If it is a front lace wig, do not apply the conditioner to the hair net. Because the hair is tied to the lace net, if the conditioner is applied to the hair net, the hair may loosen. If it is an ordinary hair weave, it is fine, because the hair is sewn on the hair net.
Use a good quality conditioner.
You can also use leave-in conditioner.
7. Wait 2 minutes, then wash off the conditioner with cold water.
Just like on real hair, let the conditioner stay on the human hair wigs for a few minutes so that the nourishing oil can penetrate into the lace wigs and moisturize them. After 2 minutes, rinse the lace front wigs again with cold water until the water that flows down becomes clear again.
If you use leave-in conditioner, you can skip this step.