Top Tips for Preserving Your Remy Wig
You’ve spent a long time mulling and shopping around for your wig, and now it’s finally here! With a new wig comes an undoubtable level of excitement as you enjoy how it makes you look and feel. However, in order to maintain your great new style, you’ll first need to know how to care for your wig. This article is written to teach you that exact task. There are a number of important steps to wig care you need to know to care properly for your wig.
Where Do I Keep My Wig?
While the temptation may be there, you can’t wear your wig 24/7. Therefore, you should have a place for it to go whenever it isn’t in use. Keep it away from light and heat and on a wig stand. You should invest in one as soon as possible. It’s great not just for your home, but for when you travel as well. A wig box is also vital to the latter circumstance because it ensures your wig’s safety.
How Do I Clean My Wig?
Washing a wig doesn’t work in quite the same way as it would with hair attached to your scalp. You have to use much gentler methods for a wig. The company that made your wig will supply you with a guide to cleaning it properly. There’s a specific process you should follow.
First, fill a bowl with lukewarm water. You can then use wig shampoo to get the wig clean. Focus on the ends and comb the suds through for maximum coverage. Then use the bowl of water you prepared before to rinse the shampoo out. Afterward, you can towel off the wig with gentle patting motions, comb it and return it to your wig stand. The drying process should take around two days to finish, after which you can wear your wig as normal.
How Do I Style My Wig?
Styling your wig will be the first step in your new wig ownership and, much like the washing process, will take gentler methods. Again, you’ll need a full arsenal of wig care products on hand.
Remy wigs are far more susceptible to heat damage than your natural hair is because they aren’t being regularly nourished and replenished by minerals and other elements that keep our hair healthy. Try to avoid using heat as much as possible when styling your wig, especially when it comes to blow dryers! Blow dryers can melt the glue adhering the cap to the hair of your wig. This will cause it to fall apart. If you have to use any styling tools, put them on the least intense setting.
We hope this guide will be useful for caring for your new remy wig and enjoying it to the fullest! On our site, you’ll also find tips on how to care for synthetic wigs. For other advice and general inquiries, feel fee to contact us!