Wetting of the Hair
Holding your wig over one fist, let warm tap water flow downwards from top to ends, front to back, wetting hair completely.
Apply shampoo with your free hand, in a downwards stroking movement, top to ends. Evenly distribute the shampoo, from the top of the hairpiece down the sides and back in one direction.
To ensure it penetrates throughout the hair, squeeze gently through the hair with your hands.
Rinse under warm running warm water, using downwards stroking movements until it rinses clear and clean.
Gently apply conditioner from top to ends. Leave the conditioner on hair for up to 5 minutes. Comb conditioner through, using your wig comb. This is the best time to de-tangle hair.
When combing out tangles lie the wig/piece flat on the bench and comb gently, working your way up from bottom to top (tip to root).
BE SURE you never comb the roots of the hair where they are tied to the foundation; this can cause damage.
Rinse as before, under fresh warm running water, front to back and down sides. Take out tangles again very gently.
Lay the wig onto a towel, fold the towel over, and press the water out of the hair. In this manner, you can remove most excess water.
Having now taken out the excess water, open the towel carefully and use a wide tooth comb to gently comb the hair from tips working towards the roots.
We recommend using specific hair reconstruct/moisture additive products. They assist in minimizing breakage, tangling or hair loss.
Allow the hair to semi dry (50%) naturally before actually styling the hair. You will find it easier and the hair will be less likely to tangle at that time.
Use a folding wig stand or a vase/jar to dry your wig.