How to Wash a Human Hair Wig?
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By UHAIR | 20 March 2007 | 0 Comments

How to Wash a Human Hair Wig?

Reviving Your Wigs: A Step-by-Step Guide to Washing and Restoring Them to Life

Hey there, beauties! ? Have you ever looked at your wig and thought, "Girl, you need some serious TLC"? Well, I'm here to share my tried-and-true method for washing and reviving your precious wigs back to their former glory.

How to Wash a Human Hair Wig?
Let's get real for a moment – neglecting your wig can lead to some serious hair drama. From old glue residue to dry and stiff strands, it's easy to let things slide when life gets busy. But fear not! With a little love and attention, we can breathe new life into our beloved wigs.

Step 1: Detangle Like a Pro
Before diving into the washing process, it's crucial to detangle your deep wave lace front wig gently. Starting from the tips and working your way up to the roots, use a wide-tooth comb to tackle any knots and tangles. Trust me, starting with a smooth canvas will make the washing process much easier.

Step 2: Soften Stubborn Glue Residue
If your wig is suffering from old glue residue on the lace, it's time to soften it up. Grab a trusty product like the C22 adhesive remover and spray it directly onto the lace. Let it work its magic for a few minutes to loosen the glue and make it easier to remove.

Step 3: Dive into the Bath
Fill up a basin or sink with lukewarm water and add a gentle neutralizing shampoo. Submerge your wig in the water and gently agitate it to distribute the shampoo evenly. Let it soak for a few minutes to cleanse the hair thoroughly.

Step 4: Scrub Away the Buildup
After letting the shampoo work its magic, it's time to scrub away any remaining glue residue or product buildup. Use a washcloth to gently scrub the lace and hair, focusing on areas with stubborn residue. The shampoo will help soften the glue, making it easier to remove without causing damage.

Step 5: Lock in Moisture
Once you've rinsed out the shampoo, it's time to lock in some much-needed moisture. Apply a moisturizing conditioner to the glueless human hair wig, focusing on the ends and avoiding the roots. Let the conditioner sit for a few minutes to hydrate and soften the hair.

Step 6: Let It Soak
To ensure maximum hydration, cover your wig with a shower cap and let it soak for a couple of hours. This extra step allows the conditioner to penetrate deeply into the hair, leaving it soft, silky, and revitalized.

Step 7: Rinse and Air Dry
After the soaking session, give your wig a thorough rinse to remove any remaining conditioner. Gently squeeze out excess water and place the wig on a wig stand or towel to air dry overnight. Avoid using heat styling tools, as they can damage the hair fibers.

Step 8: Style and Slay
Once your wig is dry, it's time to style it to perfection! Whether you prefer sleek and straight or beachy waves, your freshly washed blue human hair wig is ready to rock any look you desire. Add your favorite styling products and accessories to complete the transformation.

And there you have it – a foolproof guide to washing and reviving your wigs like a pro! With a little time and effort, you can breathe new life into your favorite hairpieces and slay every look with confidence. So go ahead, give your human hair glueless wigs the love they deserve, and let your inner goddess shine! 

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