How to extend the use of your human hair wig time？
Human hair wigs have been the highest quality of all wigs, the most natural and most expensive wigs, so extending the use of human hair wigs using time is very necessary, you must be curious about how to extend the use of human hair wig time?
I.How to Wash and Care for a Human Hair Wig?
Is it necessary to wash my human hair wig before wearing it?
To achieve the best results, shampoo and condition your human hair wigs before styling and wearing them. Human hair usually comes with a conditioner that coats the hair and is used to keep the style and moisture in place while the hair is being stocked and shipped. If this coating is not removed, you will have difficulty holding the style and directing the hair.
If you just want to check that you like the style or cut, mix the hair with water and blow-dry the front and top. Shampoo and conditioner first if you know you like it and intend to wear it out. Heat styling is preferred over air drying.
Heat styling softens the cuticle and makes it look and feel smoother. If you intend to color your human hair wig or hairpiece, make sure to remind the stylist that it must first be washed. Because the coating affects how color absorbs, it should always be washed before chemically treating. If the hair on your wig appears dull or lifeless, it is time to wash it. It's time to wash your hair if you move but your hair doesn't. You can extend the time between washes by using dry shampoo at the root and base of the hair and heat to touch up the style.
II.How Frequently Should I Clean My Human Hair Wig?
If you wear human hair wigs 6-8 times, we recommend washing and conditioning. Because human hair requires additional moisture, it is best to use a deep conditioner every other wash. It is critical to only use a conditioner from the mid-shaft to the ends. Never apply conditioner to the base or cap as this can compromise the integrity and cause shedding. When using a deep conditioner or treatment, use products designed for color-treated human hair and follow the manufacturer's instructions.
Before blow-drying and heat styling, use hair oils and serums on the ends and a heat protectant all over. Use your discretion, and if your wig requires more or less washing, you can modify your routine. In between washes, simply touching up the hair with a curling iron or flat iron works wonders.
III.Getting Ready to Wash Your Human Hair Wigs.
Tangles can be removed with your fingers or a wide-tooth comb. Begin at the ends and work your way toward the roots to avoid damage.
Do not soak or immerse the product. Rinse the hair while holding it under cool running water. Allow water to flow from the roots to the ends.
Place a small amount of color-treated hair shampoo in your hand and gently stroke it through your hair in a downward motion from the roots to the ends.
Rinse under cool running water until the water runs clear. Squeeze gently to remove excess water. Avoid twisting or wringing.
Place a small amount of color-treated hair conditioner in your hand and work it through the hair in a downward motion from the mid-shaft to the ends, avoiding the base and root. Conditioning the base may result in shedding.
Leave the conditioner on for 1-2 minutes, or as directed by the conditioner's manufacturer. Do not go beyond 3-5 minutes.
Rinse until the water runs clear under cool running water. Excess water should be pressed out with a clean, dry towel or gently squeezed out. Avoid wringing or twisting.
Place the wet wig on a wig stand to dry completely. Finger styling is advised.
3. WIG STYLING FOR HUMAN HAIR WIGS
To straighten, start with a 1-inch section and work your way to the ends with a flat iron. Wrap the hair around a curling iron and hold for 10 seconds before releasing. Use hair spray to finish the styled product if desired. Take a look at our popular styling tools.
IV.WHERE SHOULD YOU KEEP YOUR HUMAN HAIR WIG?
The great thing about a wig or weave is that you can store it after you've spent time styling it and getting it just right. If you want to keep a styled wig in pristine condition, use a Styrofoam head, a folding stand, or a canvas block. All of these options keep the wig in place and undisturbed.
When blow-drying or styling human hair, a Styrofoam or canvas head is recommended. The two allow you to pin the wig or base in place while working. If you're just storing your wig for the night, a folding stand or even a roll of paper towels can keep it standing. If you're letting a wet wig air dry, avoid using a Styrofoam head, which can absorb water and mold over time.
Create the part and smooth the top before air-drying it flat on a towel or a folding wig stand that allows air to circulate. If you're traveling, use the box and hair net that came with your wig and only touch it up before wearing it. Your wigs can also be stored inside out in a plastic bag. Before sealing the bag, place the hair net over the hair left out of the cap and remove any excess air. This method of storing will not keep the hairstyle, so be prepared to wet and style or wash and style before wearing.
CAN A HUMAN HAIR WIG BE WASHED WITH REGULAR SHAMPOO?
Human hair wigs can be washed with regular shampoo, but it is recommended that you use color-treated hair products. Keep in mind that human hair has been chemically treated and, unlike our own hair, is not naturally moisturized. Avoid using clarifying shampoos, which are designed to remove buildup and oils from the hair, causing dryness.
CAN I USE HOT WATER TO CLEAN MY HUMAN HAIR WIG?
It is best to use lukewarm water when washing any wig. What exactly is lukewarm water? It doesn't have to be a specific temperature, but it's not a good idea to use cold water or hot water. Hot water can dry out the hair, and cold water, while not damaging, makes it more difficult to rinse out shampoo and other hair products. It is best to maintain a medium temperature - not too hot or too cold.
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN WIG SHAMPOO AND CONVENTIONAL SHAMPOO?
Synthetic wig shampoo is gentle and light. Wig shampoos are designed to clean and refresh the hair and fiber without stripping it. Human hair products are designed for our own hair and scalp, so they typically contain more cleansing agents that are strong enough to remove natural oils and product buildup. Human hair shampoos are designed to remove excess oils, so it's critical to condition afterward to replenish some of that moisture. If you want to remove unwanted shine from your synthetic wig, use regular shampoo 1-2 times. It is not recommended to use it after every wash because it will dry out the fiber.