How to Cleaning and Smoothing Your Synthetic Wigs

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1. Fill a sink with warm water and 1 US tbsp (15 mL) of dishwashing liquid. Ensure that your sink is clean and then add the water and dishwashing liquid. Use your hand to gently mix the water and dishwashing liquid together to form small bubbles.

If you don’t have a clean sink, use a bucket instead.

Use warm water instead of hot water, so that you can comfortably immerse your hand in.

 

 

2. Saturate the wig in the water and dishwashing liquid. Dunk the wig into the sink and immerse it in the water. Make sure you push down on all the strands to ensure that they absorb the water.

 

 

3.Use your fingers to wipe off any marks or make up from the wig. Search the wig for any marks and signs of grease. If you notice any dirt, use your fingers to gently push the dirt out of the hair. Try to use downward motions, as this helps to smooth the hair.

Avoid rubbing the hair, as this can make it frizzy.

 

 

4. Dunk the wig into cold water. Empty the warm water and dishwashing liquid from the sink and refill it with cold water. Immerse the wig in the cold water to rinse off any dishwashing liquid residue. Then, gently lift the wig out of the sink.

If the wig still looks soapy, empty the sink and immerse it in fresh water again.

 

 

 

5. Squeeze out any excess water and leave it to dry on a towel. Squeeze the hair at the top of the wig first and then work your way down to the ends. Once you have squeezed out the bulk of the water, rest the wig on a towel to dry.

It normally takes about 6 - 12 hours for wigs to dry.

Check that the wig is completely dry before you wear it or brush it.

 

 

6. Brush the hair with a round brush. Place the wig on a coat stand or hold it 1 hand. Then, gently brush the hair downward with a round brush. This helps to remove the knots in the hair and makes it feel soft.

It normally takes about 6 - 12 hours for wigs to dry.

Check that the wig is completely dry before you wear it or brush it.

 

 

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  • Dec 29, 2021
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