Step1 : Prepping your wig
    Brush or comb the wig starting from the ends. Use a wide-tooth comb or your fingers to gently comb through any tangles. It's best to start from the bottom and work your way up toward the roots.
Step 2: Rinse
    Place your wig under the faucet and use cool to lukewarm water to fully submerge it. If you have a long-haired wig, place it under a shower faucet to prevent the locks from going down the drain. After rinsing gently remove the excess water with your hands and get ready to shampoo. Go easy on it-do not twist to wring it out.
Step3: Shampoo
    Place 1 to 2 squeezes of shampoo into your hands and stroke the hair from roots to ends, keeping the shampoo away from the scalp of the wig. It's important not to be heavy-handed when it comes to shampooing, you should avoid scrubbing or rubbing the hair as this could damage the strands. Turning the wig inside out will make it easier for the shampoo to reach the wig cap, which is where most of the dirt, sweat, and oils collect.
To remove the shampoo, run cool water from the base down to the bottom of the hair. Once you've gotten rid of the shampoo and the water runs clear, you can use a towel to gently blot the hair before applying conditioner.
Step 4: Condition
    Simply drizzle some conditioner onto the hair, then gently comb through the strands with your fingers. If your wig is a lace front wig or a ventilated wig, take care to avoid the wig cap. The strands are knotted onto the lace. If you apply conditioner to them, the knots will come undone and the strands will fall out. Let it set for one to five minutes, but follow the directions on the bottle. Once the times up, run cold water from the top of the wig down to the ends of the strands making sure you get rid of all the conditioner before blotting it dry. Shop Conditioner>>
Step 5: Dry
    Use a towel to lightly blot it and then leave it on a wig stand to air dry. Avoid  using a high heat blow dryer and brushing the hair until the lace wig is completely dry. Once it's no longer wet, you can style your wig as you normally would.
September 18, 2020 — zhaolu zou

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