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COMPLETE GUIDANCE ABOUT THE COLORED WIG

Colored wigs are fashion trends in the hair market. There is something about long days that can cause someone to start itching on their human hair wig due to the change in the color of their hair. The colored wigs add color to hair and make hairstyles for beauty.

As we all know, wig care is very important to us. With proper care, we can use our color wig for a long time. But do you know how to take care of your colored wig? In this blog post, you will learn all about the ultimate guide to caring for colored wigs at Beautyforever Hair Mall. Follow the reading!

Should I wash the colored wig after buying it?

It is up to you to wash your colored lace frontal wig after buying it. Don’t forget that every time you wash your wig, it shortens its life span. If you want to wash your wig before you go for the first time, leave the shampoo on completely.

After a few sprays of conditioning spray, condition the hair and rinse quickly. Do not wash new curly wigs with shampoo. If you decide to wash it, you should keep your new curly wig in deep condition only.

How to take care of your colored wig?

  • Pre-wash color wig

Gently remove tangles with fingers or a wide-toothed comb. Start with the ends and work slowly towards the roots to avoid damage. Do not brush.

  • Washing colored human hair wig

Since your color wig is not attached to your scalp, we need to take extra steps to make sure it is clean.

Put a few drops of shampoo in the spray bottle and add hot water.

After making the mixture, spray the wig until it is well moisturized, now you can wash the product with cold water and proceed with applying conditioner.

When applying conditioner, you want to use the same method as shampoo.

So, put another spray bottle with a few drops of conditioner with lukewarm water and repeat the steps with shampoo.

When you have finished washing your hair, dry the towel until it gets wet and then air dry the human hair. These steps are the best technique for washing the human hair wig unit.

  • Condition your color wig

Keep a small amount of conditioner in your hand for color treated hair, evenly and gently through the hair downward from the mid shaft down to the ends of the base and root. Applying conditioner to the base can cause shedding.

Leave the conditioner on for 1-2 minutes or follow the conditioner maker’s instructions. Do not apply for more than 3-5 minutes.

Rinse under running cold water until the water is clear. Squeeze gently or use a clean, dry towel to squeeze out excess water. Do not twist or twist.

  • Dry your colored wig

Do not twist your wig. Drain any excess water lightly. Either air dry your wig on a wig stand or blow dry on a medium heat.

Tip: Excessive heat can damage the hair follicles, so air drying is your best bet. Like a normal wash day, plan accordingly.

  • Take it to a professional

When you need to style your wig, it is best to take it to a professional. There are many salons that specialize in wig care and styling. Remember that if you cut the hair on your wig, it will not grow back, and if you use too much heat, it will not melt! So go to the salon and ask, there are many specialists who can help you.

  • Style as you wish

To straighten, take a 1-inch section starting from the roots and run a flat iron to the ends.

To curl, wrap the hair around a curling iron and hold for 10 seconds.

If desired, use hair spray on final style products.

How to color your wig correctly

  • Choose the right color.

When it comes to dyeing your wig, it is important to use a high quality dye that does not damage the hair for a long time. Also, make sure you use the right manufacturer when bleaching your hair. For example, never use a 40 volume developer when working with 613 blondes as they can burn the hair.

On the other hand, if the shade of your wig is lighter, use a 20 or 30 volume manufacturer instead. Lastly, use hair protectors when bleaching to minimize damage while avoiding dyes containing harsh ammonia chemicals.

  • Follow the coloring instructions.

Whether you are bleaching at home or you have a stylist, it is always important to follow the letter coloring instructions. When painting the house, do a patch test to make sure everything is OK and then continue the process.

  • Take some time before shampooing.

After bleaching your wig, wait at least 48 hours before washing your hair again. Doing so usually helps to reduce the color of the wash. Lastly, make sure you apply the oil before washing your wig. Applying oil usually acts as a protective layer on the hair shaft and also reduces fading.