A full lace wig can be a great accessory to enhance your beauty and make you more attractive. The downside is that it requires extensive maintenance, but can be more durable than others. These are tips to help you maintain your complete lacing unit.
Use moisture rich conditioners
You can wash the unit with mild shampoo. Use a moisture rich conditioner afterwards to help retain moisture. A conditioner will make your investment last longer by making your unit soft, shiny and free from frizz. One of the most frequently asked questions is when you should wash your unit. It’s recommended that your hair system be washed once every two to three week swater wave lace front wig.
Preparation of the condition
Even though lace is made from synthetic or donated hair, lace can get tangled easily in the winter. You should comb your unit gently before you wash it. This helps to prevent any tangles or shedding that may occur if the unit is combed in between washes.
Handle with caution
Lace hair systems have a reputation for being fragile. It is important to use care when styling and/or brushing your wig. Do not push, pull or pull your unit. It can endanger or even cause irreparable damage.
When swimming, use net covers
Take care when swimming. Although water won’t cause damage, salt or chlorine can. For protection from chlorine and salt, it is important to keep your wig covered while swimming. It is unlikely that your wig will be damaged by this negligence, but it is best to be safe than sorry.
Hair sprays and gels
Hair sprays and gels are a common way to style full lace-wigs. But it’s highly discouraged. It can also cause hair to fall out if you use strong styling products, such as gel. You can lose your hair’s durability if you wash it too often, as well as excessive shedding.