Hair Color: Top is black, bottom: Orange Blue Red Green
Hair Length: 10-14 Inches
Weight: about 9oz (270 grams)
21.5"-23.5", One Size Fit All.
How to Care for a Human Hair Wig
Gently remove tangles with fingers or a wide-tooth comb. Start at the end and slowly work toward the roots to avoid damage. Do not brush.
Do not soak or submerge the product. Rinse by holding the hair under running cool water. Allow the water to run from roots to ends.
Place a small amount of shampoo for color-treated hair in your hand, evenly, and gently stroke it through the hair in a downwards motion from the roots to the ends.
Rinse by holding under running cool water until the water runs clear. Gently squeeze to press out excess water. Do not twist or wring.
Place a small amount of conditioner for color-treated hair in your hand, evenly, and gently work it through the hair in a downwards motion from the mid-shaft down to the ends avoiding the base and root. Applying conditioner to the root may cause shedding.
Leave the conditioner on for 1-2 minutes or follow the conditioner manufacturer’s instructions. Do not exceed 3-5 minutes.
Rinse by holding under running cool water until the water runs clear. Gently squeeze or use a clean, dry towel to press out excess water. Do not twist or wring.
Place wet wig on a wig stand until it is completely dry. Finger styling is recommended.
Style as desired:
To straighten, take a 1-inch section starting at the roots and run a flat iron to the ends.
To curl, wrap the hair around a curling iron and hold for 10 seconds, and release.
If desired, use hair sprays on the final styled product.
Tips & Tricks
Wash or rinse all human hair products and style before wearing them. Human hair is not ready to wear out of the box.
Rinsing with hot water will damage the cap.
Do not dry on a solid form or mannequin head to avoid stretching the cap.
We do not recommend sleeping, showering, or swimming while wearing the wig.
Store the wig on a wig stand to avoid unwanted kinks or crimps.
The lace is delicate and should not be tugged or pulled.
Avoid brushing the hair when wet to prevent damage.
Any cutting or chemical processes, such as perming or coloring, should be done by a professional hairstylist. We do not recommend lifting or bleaching human hair; depositing color provides the best result.