Ways to taking care of African American wigs
African American wigs are a good choose for most black people. And how to take care of African American is becoming more and more important. Here are some ways for caring for African American wigs below:
1.Wash your wig after you have worn it around 8-12 times. In truth, though, you may be able to go longer without washing it, or you may have to wash it much sooner - this depends on the humidity and the air quality. And, for instance, if you go to a smoke-y bar, you may want to wash that smoke-smell out of your hair that night, even if you washed it just a few days ago! Be your own judge.
2.Use a towel to gently blot your wig dry - again, be gentle! Do not wring out your wig!
3.Now add a conditioning spray.
4.Allow your wig to dry. You can use a Styrofoam head, but it could stretch out the cap. You may, instead, prefer to set your wig on top of something like a vase or a towel-covered hairspray bottle.
5.Do not brush your wig unless it is fully dry.
6.Do not leave your wig out in direct sunlight to dry.
7.If you decide to cut your wig, make sure that you are wearing it for the best results.
8.When not wearing your wig, leave it on a wig stand so that it can keep its shape and not get tangled.
9.When traveling, carry your wig in a wig box - you don't want it to be flattened.
10.To wash your wig.