How To Wash Wear And Go Glueless Human Hair Wig | SalonReadyWig

How To Wash Wear And Go Glueless Human Hair Wig | SalonReadyWig

Though expensive, human hair wigs are worth it, and can withstand harsh conditions when it comes to straightening, curling, or dyeing, unlike synthetic wigs. However, they still need to be cleaned regularly to maintain good appearance.

The main challenge with shampooing wigs is that they are fragile. This requires extra care when cleaning them. Knowing how to clean your human hair wig is a necessary step in maintaining and caring for your wig. To make sure your wig looks great, we've highlighted all the DOS and don 'ts to help you take care of your wig.

Step 1: Washing Wear & Go Glueless Wig

1. First, brush out the strands at the end of the wig. Once the ends of your wig are free of knots, work your way up through the roots until you can brush through the wig without getting stuck. A wire brush is best for wavy or straight hair wigs, while a wide-toothed comb is good for curly hair.

2. Fill the sink or wash basin with cold water, add 1 or 2 squeezes of shampoo, and stir. It is preferable if you use a high quality shampoo suitable for your shampoo type. For example, if you're cleaning a curly wig, use a shampoo designed for curly hair. If your wig is dyed, try a color-safe shampoo.

3. Turn your wig inside out and make sure the shampoo reaches the wig cap, as that's where most of the dirt will be. Put the wig in the water, press down on the hair and let them soak. To distribute shampoo throughout the hair, rotate the wig gently.

4. Immerse the wig completely in water and soak for 5-10 minutes.

5. Rinse the wig with cold water to remove any remaining shampoo. It's much easier to do this in a bucket filled with fresh cold water or running shower water. You may need to rinse more than once until all the shampoo is gone.

6. Blow the wig with the air conditioner and comb it gently with your fingers. Use a high quality conditioner or leave-in conditioner of your choice.

7. Leave the conditioner on the wig for a few minutes, then rinse with cold water. This will allow the nourishing oil to penetrate the hair and dehydrate it. Skip this step if you are using leave-in conditioner.

Step 2: Drying Wear & Go Glueless Wig

  • When you washed the wig, you turned it upside down. Turn it over. Place the wig over the sink and gently squeeze the water out of the fibers with your fist. To avoid tangling or breaking the cuticle of the wig, do not twist or twist the wig.
  • You can squeeze the excess water out with a clean, dry towel. Place the wig at one end of the towel and roll it up from the end with the wig. Make sure the hair is smooth, especially if the wig is long.
  • Apply your wig with your favorite conditioner. Consider using some styling mice for curly wigs.
  • Hang your wig on a wig rack and let it air dry. You can hang it in a ventilated place. If you're in a hurry, you can use a hair dryer to dry (cold air) the wig on your head. First, blow dry the wig cap. After drying, put the wig on your head, secure it with bobby pins, and blow dry the wig.

Step 3: Styling and Maintaining Wear & Go Glueless Wig

  • Once the wig is completely dry, you can start brushing your hair. Similarly, if the wig is wavy, use a comb; If the wig is curly, use a wide-toothed toothbrush.
  • Some wigs are naturally curled, while others are curled with curling irons. A wig curled with a curling iron loses its curl when washed. Luckily, it's easier to re-curl your hair the same way. Curls are safer to curl because they don't need to be heated. If you must use a curling iron, try using it on a lower heat.
  • When you're not wearing a human hair wig, be sure to put it in a wig holder. If you're going to use it, consider putting a paper towel sprayed with perfume in the vase. Let your false rays smell.
  • When your wig gets dirty, re-clean it using the same method we discussed here. If you wear them every day, plan to wash them every 2 to 4 weeks. If you don't use it often, consider cleaning it at least once a month.
  • If you wear a wig every day, take care of your hair. Wearing a wig doesn't mean you can ignore your hair. If you keep your hair and scalp clean, your wig will stay clean longer. Keep your hair hydrated. This won't affect your wig, but it will help you keep your hair healthy.

Bottom Line

It's important to take good care of your wig if you want it to last as long as possible and look its best. Maintaining a human hair wig is simple, you just need to put a little more effort into your daily routine. Most people's wigs are designed with cuticle-removed hair, which has been dyed and chemically treated. Human hair wigs must be handled with care, as the process can weaken the hair

While you're looking for shampoo and conditioner, don't let expensive hair products put you off. In general, if a product is healthy for your natural hair, it will also be good for your wig. Look for a sulfate free shampoo that won't dry out your hair.

If you need more technique about washing a wig, check this video or read others blogs in SalonReadyWig.



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