5 ways to take care of your hair wig

Hair wigs are no longer a taboo like they used to be in the past. Today, they are not only worn by people who lose their hair to old age or some medical conditions but also by people who are in the entertainment industry or by those who want a little change in their life.

As hair wigs are taking over the cosmetics market like a storm, there are companies and brands that are making more affordable wigs that people can wear every day. However, affordable or not, wigs are delicate and require the right amount of care; for that, it is important to know the dos and don’ts of maintaining a wig.

Understand the difference in maintaining a human hair wig and a synthetic hair wig: When it comes to caring for your hair wig, the first thing to understand is the difference of maintenance of a human hair wig and a synthetic hair wig. Human hair wigs are comparatively stronger than synthetic hair wigs. Therefore, you must read the instructions for both types of hair wigs while you maintain them.

Use shampoo and conditioner: Despite it being wig hair, you need to shampoo and condition it. However, ensure that you use separate shampoo and conditioner on the wigs as the chemicals used in regular hair care products can harm the wig hair. You can, therefore, buy a shampoo that is specially made for wigs.

Don’t use hair sprays or shine sprays: Though you can use hair spray on your wig without damaging it, it is better not to use sprays on your wig too often, as that can make the wig greasy and unmanageable.

Take the wig to a stylist if required: You can take your wig to your stylist if you wish to make changes to it, like changing the length or the hairstyle.

Avoid sleeping or showering with the wig on: Remember to take off your wig when you go to sleep or go for a shower, as failing to do so can spoil your wig. Also, if it is raining heavily outside, make sure you either protect your wig from getting wet in the rain or remove it and keep it safe in a bag.

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