Synthetic wig washing guide
If you wear your synthetic wig every day, wash it every 3 weeks.
Before you wash, be sure to detangle the hair using a wide tooth comb carefully.
Lightly brush through and gently remove any tangles using a wide tooth comb/brush. Do not pull or drag the fiber….be gentle!
Fill a bowl with COLD water (never hot, as heat damages fibers).
Mix a capful of shampoo into the water.
Immerse your wig and allow it to soak for few minutes.
Immerse your wig in a fresh bowl of cold water to remove shampoo.
Do NOT squeeze or wring your wig.
Apply conditioner directly to your wig, stroking downwards from roots to ends.
Leave in 4–5 minutes.
Rinse by immersing wig once more in fresh cold water.
5. Towel dry
Place the wig between a folded towel and pat dry.
Never squeeze, rub or wring your wig while drying.
6. Style and hair dry
Gently shake the wig to regain its style. Alternatively, lightly style it with a wig comb or your fingers.
Place wig on a folding wig-stand or over the mouth of a large jar or vase to dry naturally. Never use a hairdryer, as heat damages synthetic fibers.
To achieve style variations: liquid wig mousse is an essential styling tool. For curly or wavy styles use mousse, hand scrunch, and pick the style into curls. On straight styles, mousse and brush lightly.
Your wig is designed with a basic style, but the variations you can achieve through styling are limitless. Added height can be obtained by gently lifting with the wig comb. If you want added fullness as well, tease or back-comb and then smooth the surface hair over the teasing. Your wig can be returned to its basic style by washing it and allowing it to air dry.
To completely restyle, we recommend taking your wig to a professional stylist.