How Do I Stop My Wig From Tangling?
Wear wig the biggest trouble is easy knot and hair loss, how can ability reduce this kind of condition?
The first thing you have to do for Human Hair Wigs is to use the proper shampoo and conditioner. Do not wash your wigs with shampoos that contain harsh chemicals or a high ph-balance. A mild, not-stripping shampoo and both products should be sulfate-free. Use salon brand moisturizing shampoos that are infused with vitamins herbs and that have a low-ph balance. Normal healthy hair has a ph-balance of 4.5 – 5.5, so buy a shampoo that’s within that range or a little below it. Some shampoos have a very high ph-balance, which will damage the hair. We use Wella Brilliance shampoo and conditioner for human hair wigs.
We set the wig on a head for human hair wigs and shampoo it on the head so that it keeps its shape. When you wash the wig, do not rub too hard and work in a downward motion. You have to run your fingers through it like a comb as you go. Never squeeze or wring your wig. You rinse it under lukewarm running water.
After wash, only towel dry it. You have to be gentle. Never rub the hair as you would with naturally growing hair as to do so would cause a tangling of the hair roots at the base and undoubtedly breakage of hair would occur as you tried to comb it free.
Having now taken out the excess water, open the towel carefully and use a wide tooth comb to gently comb the hair from tips working towards the roots.
To help with the styling, you can use for human hair wigs using specific hair reconstruct/moisture additive products at this time. They assist in minimizing breakage, tangling or hair loss. Allow the hair to semi dry naturally before actually styling the hair. You will find it easier and the hair will be less likely to tangle at that time. For human hair wigs we use the Wella Professionals Thermal Image Spray.
For Human Hair Wigs: Use a wide tooth combs that’s made for wigs. Do not use a regular comb or brush to style or detangle your wig. If you’re working out a tangle, you want to start at the ends of your hair first (tip to root)—you should be doing this with your real hair, too—if you start from the top and go down, you make the tangle bunch up more.
Use a folding wig stand or a vase/jar to dry your wig so it retains its shape. Do not lay your wet wig on a flat surface to dry.
And our last piece of advice: Ideally, have two wigs to wear at all times. While you wash one, you can either wear the other one or have it ready. In addition, you will extend the life of each wig and they will keep very well.
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