- Material: 100% Indian Virgin Human Hair Wig.
- Length: 10 to 30 inch
- Color: Blonde Color.
- Cap Size: 21.5"-23.5", Medium Size by default.
- Cap Type: Body wave hair 13*4 lace frontal wigs.
- Lace Color: HD Lace.
How often should a human hair wig be washed?
How Often To Wash Your Human Hair Wig: It is better to wash your human hair wig every 7-14 days of wear. Each time your hairpiece is washed, the lifespan of your wig is shortened. For this reason, the wig should not be washed more than is necessary.
How To Tame Frizzy Curly Hair Wig?
1.Use the right way to wash your curly human hair wig.
If the wig cap requires cleaning, soak it in wig shampoo for 5 minutes first. Drain soapy water, refill the sink with clean water, add a half cup of liquid fabric softener, and let soak for 20 minutes, which will help condition the wig hair fibers. Don't dry your curly human hair wig upside down but rather on a wire/plastic wig stand with a hairnet over the wig to control the fullness.
2.Use conditioner to de-frizz your long virgin hair wig.
Ensure you use conditioner every time you shampoo your long virgin hair wig to keep the cuticle hydrated so moisture can penetrate deep into each strand. It helps prevent the cuticle from opening up and letting excess water from the environment in, which will keep it smooth. When searching for a conditioner, look for a product that contains glycerin and other hydrating ingredients like shea butter. Be sure to apply conditioner from the mid-lengths down to your ends and keep it away from your roots to prevent oiliness.
3. Don't ever brush your wig hair when it's dry.
Don't ever brush your wig hair when it's dry. It's just going to create a frizzy mess, especially if you have curly or wavy hair wig. Instead, brush the hair thoroughly with a wide-tooth comb when the hair is damp to smooth out tangles. Brush from your ends up towards the roots to reduce the risk of damage.
4. Let your wig hair air dry 90% of the way before blow-drying.
Letting your wig hair air dry 90% before blow-drying is a stylist's secret weapon, and it is truly life-changing! By allowing your real hair wig to partially air dry, you will enable it to dry without disrupting the hair strand, keeping it smooth. While a blow dryer's heat can cause damage, using a blow dryer when your wig hair is already mostly dry minimizes the risk. Just be sure to keep the dryer on a low heat setting and hold it 6 inches away from your wig at all times. Also, be sure to move the dryer around consistently to overheat a specific section of the hair and cause damage.
5. Use a diffuser when blow-drying.
Knowing how to blow-dry the wig hair without creating frizz properly is an art form, but when you master it, the results are always worthwhile. One of our go-to tips when blow-drying, especially for wavy or curly hair wig, is to use a diffuser. Adding a hair diffuser extension onto your blow dryer will limit the amount of direct heat and forceful air hitting your virgin hair wig, which works wonders at keeping the hair smooth. The diffuser restricts your hair from moving around when you dry, which in turn creates less friction and less frizz.
6. Use a nourishing hair oil on dry ends.
If you still can't seem to kick the frizz once your human hair wig is blow-dried, try using nourishing hair oil. Hair oil works to fight frizz by smoothing out the hair while simultaneously adding gloss and shine. It penetrates deep into the hair cuticle to add moisture to dry ends and revitalize the health and vibrancy of your tresses. Drop 1-3 drops of oil onto your palm, rub together and smooth over the ends of the hair to tame frizz.
7. Use your heat tools on a low setting.
Although it always feels like heat tools tame frizz and unruly hair wig once the hair is styled and smooth, the opposite happens if you're using your heat tools on a super high setting. Anything above 365 degrees has the potential to swell the cuticle, which will end up doing more harm than good. A safe range for your heating tools is 250 to 300 degrees to ensure minimal damage. Having patience and holding the hair on the tool longer rather than just amping up the heat will create a sleeker, frizz-free look in the end.
8.Don't over-process your Remy hair wig.
Heat tools, harmful bleaches, and dyes create breakage, which opens the hair cuticle and leaves room for excess moisture to enter, leading to frizz. Try to change your hair routine to use less heat, such as achieving heatless curls, and avoid bleaching your hair as much as possible.
9. Use thinning shears to reduce the volume of your curly wig.
If you're feeling overwhelmed by the volume, you can get yourself a pair of thinning shears and reduce some of the hair density that way. If you're not comfortable customizing the hair density on your own, I highly recommend taking it to a professional stylist who can help you with that. Be very careful not to thin out too much density because you don't want to make the wig so thinned out that the wefting shows! I ended up doing this on a curly wig that I own, and it works wonders to make the style take on a more natural look and less like a giant hat!