After a few wears, we are sure you will notice Glueless Wigs, sweat, makeup, and hair product residue. You must remember to keep your wig clean, by doing so you are allowing a longer lifespan and more wear. With the proper care and wash techniques, your wig will be back looking new before no time. Keep reading to learn how to wash your Glueless Lace Wigs.


Step One: Prepping the Wig

For an easy wash day, we suggest preparing all the tools you'll need so they will all be in place when needed. You will need your favorite shampoo and conditioner, remember paraben and sulfate-free are your best options, a wide-tooth comb to detangle, a towel to dry, and a wig stands for your wig to lay on. Remember to use products specifically made for lace front wigs. Now prep the wig using your favorite adhesive remover to remove unwanted residue. Gently brush off the residue that is remaining. As tempting as it may seem, you should not peel off any of the residues, by doing so you risk tearing your lace. Lastly, comb through the hair using your wide-tooth comb so there is no snagging or unnecessary shedding.


Step Two: Washing the Hair

Rinse your hair under warm water or room temperature water. Apply a dime-size amount of shampoo into your hand and begin shampooing from the tip while avoiding the lace area of your Glueless Human Hair Wigs. Now gently pat your frontal and inside the wig cap using soapy water. Do not scrub or create friction for this will tangle the hair. Using your towel, blot your wig.


Step Three: Condition Your Wig

Make sure that the hair is damp and not soaking wet. Using a small amount of conditioner, apply in sections while finger combing the hair. This is the best way to ensure that every strand of hair has conditioner on it. Avoid the frontal portion of your wig, conditioner will loosen the knots on your frontal and cause hair to begin shedding. Shedding then leads to balding, and who wants a bald frontal?

Allow the conditioner to sit for a minimum of five minutes. When the time is up and your hair is saturated with the hair conditioner, detangle gently with your wide-tooth comb or your fingers, this is purely up to preference. Detangle from the tip of the hair up the hair shaft, making sure you do not force any snags, knots, or tangles. Rinse thoroughly using cool water.


Step Four: Properly Drying Your Hair

Gently squeeze the hair to remove any water. Avoid twisting or wringing out the water like you would a towel. Gently towel blots your hair using a towel. Now place your wig on your stand and let it air dry.


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