How to keep your wig feeling super soft this season

So, it’s still a little chilly outside, and all we want to do is cosy up indoors under snuggly blankets until the sun properly returns. When we do have to leave the comfort of home and brave the outdoors, cold weather, harsh winds and snow can be damaging to our skin, our hair… and our cherished wigs! Until Spring arrives, protect your investment by considering these methods.

Use a pH Balanced Shampoo
Our skin and hair’s natural pH balance is on the acidic side, so acidic based shampoos are very good for hair! (these shampoos are the opposite to regular alkaline based shampoos which can be very drying to hair). Acidic based shampoos close the cuticle shaft of hair and keep moisture in the hair, as well as not stripping off all of the hair’s oils. Any shampoo bottle that says it is pH balanced is going to be acidic based. So, wash your wig with a pH balanced shampoo to protect it from drying out.

human hair wig
human hair wig

Condition
This may sound obvious, but conditioner makes hair soft! It protects hair from dryness. If you want to protect your investment apply a generous amount of conditioner to your wig after washing. Let the conditioner sit for 15 minutes to an hour before rinsing in mild water for a deeper condition. A hair serum applied after styling or leave-in conditioner will also give your wig long-lasting protection and shine.

uniwigs human hair wigs
uniwigs human hair wigs

It’s how you brush
Brush through your wig gently to avoid the hair becoming frizzy or ripping the hair from the wig tracks. Start brushing from the ends of the hair and work your way up. If possible, try and separate the tangles with your fingers as this is very gentle. After brushing, a light oil sheen can be sprayed onto the wig to restore lustre, this can be done on synthetic and human hair wigs.

blonde wigs
blonde wigs

Dry naturally
To let your wig air dry after a wash rather than blow drying is much better for your wig’s condition. Also make sure that the hair is completely dry before going outside in cold weather or it could freeze! Wigs are more suspectable to freezing and this can cause brittle hair and breakage. Make sure you allow plenty of time for your wig to dry, letting it air dry over night is always a good way to know it will be dry in time.

hairstyles
hairstyles

Limit heat
Heat tool styling depletes your hair of moisture. We know, we know, heat tool styling provides hair with the most sleek and flawless looks! But consider cutting down during the cooler months to notice a difference in the softness of your wig. Of course, many synthetic wigs are not able to withstand any heat styling, so be sure to double check if yours is heat-friendly.

Cover up
Cover up and protect your wig! Always check the weather before you head out the door, and if there’s any chance of rain, snow, or generally bad weather, wrap your hair or wear a hat (silk lined is best to retain the hairs moisture) or grab an umbrella.

So that is how you keep your wig protected from the cold weather until the sun returns for spring! We can’t wait!

Details about UniWigs blonde wigs

I’ve got tons of wig review requests about UniWigs. I haven’t even loved every single wig but I have tried a few of them. They are a great company and they made really high quality products. This is my newest one. I’m so excited about it.

It is super glam blonde lace front wig. I want to give you guys a slay this summer. I’m going to give all details and show how I install this wig, what I did to my natural hair underneath and how I lay the perimeter of it.

Before I show you how to put on this wig I want to give you guys the specs of this wig. This is a 22 inches synthetic lace front wig. It is light beige blonde color. This is a 200% density wig, which means that basically there’s twice as much hair on this wig than the average wig. You can get more hair and a nice thick wig.

blondie
blondie

I’m going to explaining the whole process of how I prepared my natural hair. My hair is getting longer so I just make two little pigtails. This is the easiest thing to do since I don’t know how to cornrow still and it’s fast, simple and actually works. My hair is getting longer now so I have more and more hair to try to fit up under my wig and still make the wig lay flat especially when I do a straight middle part wig, you need your natural hair to b laying as flat as possible across the top. Otherwise the wig will not look great. All I prepare my natural hair is wash it, condition it with whatever you want to wash your hair. Make sure you use something moisturizing. Let your hair be nourished ad moisturized under your wig so that your hair can grow while you wear a wig

I have my wig cap. I like to use a wig combination of wig caps depending on how and what I’m doing. I have the net cap and sock cap. I use net cap when I wear glueless method because it allows me to stick the comb through the net and into your hair.But since I will do the glue method and I’m going to secure it around the perimeter rather than really rely on the comb going to my hair. I like to use the stock cap.

sunshine-synthetic-lace-front-wig
sunshine-synthetic-lace-front-wig

The next main ingredient to clean all wig should not be surprise to anybody who wears wigs or frontals. It’s got2b glue. I will apply just a little bit on my edges. After I did my makeup they start frizzing a little bit. The glue really helps to split down your edges before you put on your wig that way everything is pulled back out of the way and you don’t have to deal with it. It lays nice and flat under your wig cap. I also slap a bobby pin to help dole it down.

I put the wig cap pretty low at first to get it on there. Basically I crisscross my braids and tuck it in. I try to flatten it out and scoot it down. It also helps if your natural hair is damp. My hair is still damp from washing it earlier. 

It is a synthetic lace front wig. It has huge lace where the hairs are hand tied off the lace. It’s in the very back of the wig where there are actual tracks. It also has two combs on either side of your head, which helps a lot if you are doing any type of ponytail or high bun. There is also an adjustable strap around the nave of the neck, which allows you t tighten or loosen the whole wig to fit your head perfectly.  

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