If you’re new to wearing wigs, here are some tips for taking care of a glueless lace wig.

Avoid Washing Your Wig Too Frequently

Wash your wigs regularly is the key to keeping them at tip-top conditions. However, washing your wig too frequently can strip the strands of its oils, causing it to become dry and brittle. Depending on how often you wear it, it is recommended you wash your wig every other week or after five to six usages.

Use a Wig Shampoo and Conditioner

Sulfates from regular shampoos can strip the human hair of its natural oils and cause damage to the wig. Use products made specifically for wigs to gently clean and nourish them.

Use a Wide-Tooth Comb

Avoid using a brush or fine-tooth comb on your wig, as this can cause tangles and breakage. Instead, use a wide-tooth comb to detangle your wig gently. Also, start brushing from the bottom up for less resistance and shedding.

Avoid Using Heat Styling Tools

Heat-styling tools can cause damage to your wig, so try to avoid using them as much as possible. But if you need heat, coat your wig with a heat protectant spray and set your styling tool to a low heat setting.

Avoid Sleeping With Your Wig On

Sleeping with your glueless lace wig on can cause tangles and knots. Tossing and turning in your sleep may misshapen your wig as it is only secured using clips and tape. It’s best to remove it before bed to keep it in good condition.

Store Your Wig Properly

When not in use, it is best to store the wig on a wig stand or in a wig bag to keep it protected and maintain its shape.

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