If you’re looking for synthetic hair or wig hair care, you have come to the right place. Caring for your wig is very important although it is very simple to do. The golden rule with wig hair care is not to use curling tongs, straighteners or apply heat to the wig in any shape or for. This can damage your wig and reduce the life span of the wig. Even when washing your wig, wig hair care is important. You should never use hot boiling water. You should only use luke warm or cold water when washing your wig.
Wig hair care is important and it is always good to know tips and tricks to extend the life span off your wig. A good tip for trying your wig is to wrap it up in a warm towel and put it in the airing cupboard to dry. Reason being that the hair dryer may damage the wig. You should always keep brushing and combing to a minimum. As the wig starts to wear you can trim the ends to prolong the life of the wig. At Additional Lengths we have a wide variety of wig hair care products that you can use to prolong the life of your wig. We have a range of wig hair care shampoos that are specially designed for synthetic hair. The shampoo is very gentle, very mild and very easy to use, you need to always take the hair piece off before using and fill up you basin with cold water and add a cap full of shampoo to the water. You then place the hairpiece in to the water but you need to make sure not to rub the wig as it can damage the fibre, which can cause it to frizz. Once you have done that a few times you need to wash it in clean cold water. You do the same with the conditioner however, this time let it soak in the water for 5 minutes and then rinse with cold water.
After the wig is dry use the fibre oil to make the wig sine, you just very genteelly spray it around the wig, and then work it into the wig with your fingers. We also have the hair spray for you to use on your wig, which works great when styling your wig to the way you want. With the right wig hair care you can look stylish and beautiful for a long time, wash your wig as little as possible to reduce the damage to it.