How to Make Human Hair Wig Silky Again?
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By UHAIR | 25 June 2007 | 0 Comments

How to Make Human Hair Wig Silky Again?

To make a burgundy human hair wig silky again, you can follow these steps:

How to Make Human Hair Wig Silky Again?
Wash the Wig: Start by washing the wave wig with a gentle shampoo formulated for human hair. Use lukewarm water and gently massage the shampoo into the wig, focusing on the strands. Rinse thoroughly to ensure all shampoo is removed.
Conditioning Treatment: Apply a generous amount of conditioner to the wig, focusing on the mid-lengths and ends. Avoid the roots, as too much conditioner can weigh down the hair. Leave the conditioner on for a few minutes to allow it to penetrate the strands and moisturize them.
Detangle Carefully: Use a wide-tooth comb or a wig brush to detangle the hair gently while the conditioner is still in. Start from the ends and work your way up to the roots to avoid causing damage or breakage.
Rinse Thoroughly: Once the conditioner has been applied and detangled, rinse the wig thoroughly with lukewarm water until the water runs clear. Ensure all traces of conditioner are removed to prevent any residue buildup.
Apply a Silk Serum or Oil: After washing and conditioning, apply a small amount of silk serum or hair oil to the full lace wig to add shine and smoothness. Focus on the mid-lengths and ends, avoiding the roots to prevent weighing down the hair.
Blow Dry or Air Dry: You can either blow dry the wig on a low heat setting or allow it to air dry naturally. If blow-drying, use a round brush to smooth out the strands and create a sleek finish.
Flat Iron (Optional): If the wig is still not as silky as desired, you can use a flat iron on a low heat setting to further smooth out the hair. Be sure to use a heat protectant spray before flat ironing to minimize heat damage.
Store Properly: When not in use, store the body wave human hair wig on a wig stand or mannequin head to help maintain its shape and prevent tangling.

Let's See Kell How to Bring Her Human Hair Wig Back to Life:
As for the wig, I'm just going to wear it for a couple of days until I do my hair again, it's just something to do. I need to wash it because I don't want to apply any heat to it. Whatever residue might be in there, I didn't shampoo the wig at all because I only wore it once, so there probably wasn't much going on with it. Even when I first got the wig, it wasn't in great condition, so I applied a primer to it.

Now, I'm just applying conditioner to every piece and strand of hair. This will moisturize and cleanse the unit. Using shampoo might strip it and mess up the hair, making it crunchy. Conditioner helps reconstruct it and bring the hair back to life.

I comb it out from the ends, ensuring every strand is calm, without any kinks or tangles. Then, I rinse it thoroughly.

Next, I proceed to the tub and give it a good rinse. Although you could let it sit with conditioner for a while, I didn't have time for that. I washed it, ensuring it was ready to wear. Afterward, I ring out the excess water.

Now, it's time to dry it. I use a blow dryer, ensuring every strand is dry. It takes longer for the wefts to dry compared to the actual hair, so I'm careful to ensure everything is completely dry.

Once dry, I proceed to style it with a flat iron, taking small pieces and ensuring it's completely dry before applying heat. I also use a shine spray to finish it off.

In the end, the wig is ready to wear, with a snapback effect.

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