How To Care For And Wash Your Colored Wigs
How To Care For Colored Wigs
Take care of your curly, straight, and wavy wigs. Use sulfate-free shampoos and conditioners on your human hair wigs, especially after coloring them. Here are a few secret tips that you need to do if you want to know How To Highlight Wig For Color-Treated Curls.
Colored Wigs Washing Frequency
Whether to wash the color hair before wearing it depends on personal choice. The specific situation varies from person to person, and some women find it more comfortable to wear freshly washed hair. Or you can give a quick rinse to the colored hair.
Since colored human hair wigs are easier to dry than natural black wigs, please wash them as little as possible.
Under normal circumstances, most women choose to wash their hair once a week or two. Also note that if the hair starts to become sticky or dry, or starts to lose its original shape, rinse the colored hair.
It should be noted that washing wigs will limit their service life, so do not over-wash your hair. You can wear a wig cap and take off the colored hair before going to bed, which can help reduce the frequency of shampooing and conditioning your hair.
How To Wash Colored Wigs
1. Gently comb the colored hair with a wide-toothed comb or fingers. It is recommended to start from the end of the human hair and work upwards gradually so that the combing will be smoother and reduce knotting and damage to the hair.
2. It is recommended to choose washer soft water for washing. Soak the wig in water for about 15 minutes. After the colored hair is completely soaked, use a mild shampoo or special shampoo to wash the colored hair slowly, and then rinse it off.
3. Use a towel to gently press the colored hair to drain some moisture, and apply a conditioner suitable for the colored hair. Gently comb the hair tress with your fingers, and do not let the conditioner touch the roots of the colored hair. After about one to five minutes, rinse off the conditioner with water.
4. After washing, wrap the colored hair with a wash towel to absorb some moisture and then place the colored hair on a shelf to air dry. If you wear it in a hurry, you can blow-dry the color at a temperature that is not too high.