Hair Material: Human Hair
Hair Texture: Wavy
Length: 24 Inches
Cap Construction: 180 Frontal Lace Cap
Before washing your wig, gently comb it out, removing all tangles. Start at the tips of the hair and work your way up to the base of the cap. Make sure that you are only using a comb designed for wigs. For stubborn tangles, applying a spray conditioner can help loosen them.
Wet Under running water. For longer wigs, we recommend holding the wig under the faucet of your bathtub or shower so that the hair does not get tangled in the basin below.
While the hair is still wet, spread a small amount of human hair wig conditioner into the palm of your hands and work evenly into the hair. Leave the conditioner in the hair for 3-5 minutes. Gently detangle the wig, starting at the tips of the hair and working your way up with your fingertips
Thoroughly rinse the conditioner from the hair under cool running water. Gently squeeze excess water from the wig (do not rub or wring) and lightly blot hair with a towel (do not twist or wring).
Allow your human hair wig to air dry on a wig stand as this is most gentle on the hair fibers. After the hair is dry, heated styling tools such as curling irons and flat irons can be used.
Store your wig on a wig stand or form that is smaller than the base of the cap to prevent the cap from stretching.
Direct sunlight will fade the hair so avoid storing your wig where it will be exposed to light.
Do not wear your hairpiece while sleeping. It may result in hair loss, breakage and matting.
Lighter hair colors are more delicate than darker colors because additional processing is needed to achieve the light colors.
Over time, your wig will lose hair. This is a natural part of the life cycle of your wig.
Avoid contact with chlorinated water, sea water and hot water to avoid damage to your wig.