100% Human Hair Lace Wigs
Wigs provide a convenient solution for hair loss, fashion, or cosplay purposes. They come in various styles, lengths, and colors. They are available in different cap constructions, such as lace front or full lace, which affect comfort and breathability. Human hair wigs offer a more natural look and feel, allowing for styling versatility and durability. Additionally, they can simulate various textures, including coarse, silky, or textured hair.
Detangle gently using a wide-tooth comb or wig brush.
Fill a basin with lukewarm water and add a small amount of sulfate-free shampoo.
Immerse the wig and swish it around, avoiding rubbing or twisting.
Let it soak for a few minutes, then rinse with cool water until the water runs clear.
Apply conditioner to the mid-lengths and ends, avoiding the roots, and leave it on for a few minutes.
Rinse thoroughly with cool water.
Gently blot excess water with a towel, avoiding rubbing or wringing.
Air dry on a wig stand or mannequin head, avoiding heat sources.
Style as desired using heat protectant products before using heat styling tools.
Wash every 7 to 10 wears or as needed, depending on product buildup, sweat, and environmental exposure.
Remember to use products specifically designed for human hair wigs and hairpieces to maintain their quality and appearance.
It is generally not recommended to use hairspray directly on wigs or hairpieces. For human hair wigs, a lightweight, non-sticky hairspray can be used sparingly on the styled hair, avoiding the base or roots. However, excessive use can lead to product buildup and affect the appearance. Always refer to the manufacturer’s guidelines and consult a professional for personalized advice on wig care and styling.
Cutting: It’s best to have a professional stylist experienced in working with wigs handle the cutting to maintain the wig’s integrity and achieve the desired style.
Resetting: Heat styling tools can be used to restyle the wig, but it’s important to use low heat settings and protectant products. Seeking professional assistance is recommended.
Coloring: Human hair wigs can be colored, but it’s advisable to consult a professional colorist who specializes in wigs to ensure the right techniques and products are used.
Prepare your hair by braiding it or using hair pins to flatten it.
Put on a wig cap to create a smooth surface.
Adjust the wig size using the straps or hooks at the nape of the neck.
Gently shake the wig to loosen the fibers.
Align the front of the wig with your natural hairline and position it on your head.
Push the wig back gently and adjust its positioning.
Optional: Use bobby pins or wig clips for added security.
Style the wig using a comb, brush, or your fingers.
Make final adjustments to ensure a natural look.
Advantages of human hair wigs: Natural appearance, styling versatility, durability, realistic color options.
Disadvantages of human hair wigs: require more care, limited style retention.
Gently brush or comb to detangle.
Wash with wig shampoo and condition.
Air dry on a wig stand.
Use heat styling tools cautiously.
Store in a breathable bag or on a wig stand.
Avoid friction and tangling.
The lifespan of human hair wigs, whether Remy or Virgin, can vary depending on several factors, including the quality of the hair, the installation method, how well they are maintained, and individual care practices. With proper care, Remy human hair wigs last more than 6 months, Virgin human hair wigs last more than 12 months.