There are many different types of lace front wigs, and each one is different. So, it’s important for you to know how to take care of your lace front wig properly in order to keep it looking beautiful. Here are some tips and tricks that will help you get the most out of your wigs!
The colored lace front wigs are a bit more delicate than the others, but they are still easy to take care of. The first thing that you should do is rinse off your wig with water and shampoo it gently. Then, let it sit in a basin of warm water for about 30 minutes so that the color will come out easily. Afterward, use some conditioner on your hair and leave it on for about 10 minutes before rinsing it with cool water.
Wash your wig
The first step to taking care of your lace front wigs is washing them. You should always wash it before wearing it, especially if you have colored hair or have been sweating heavily. Wash the wig with a mild shampoo and use a wig cap to protect your hair while using the water temperature washer in a low heat setting. If you don’t have access to an automatic shower or bathtub, try using warm water instead – just make sure that no one trips over any wires!
After rinsing off all soap residue following each wash cycle, gently squeeze out excess water by hanging up your lace front wig by its adjustable straps (which should be placed at chest level) so that gravity does most of the work for drying; otherwise take extra precautionary measures such as wrapping it in paper towels before putting them in an airtight container away from other clothing items like skirts/dresses etcetera.
Condition your wig
Use a wig conditioner. Apply the conditioner to the back of your wig, working it through with a comb. Let it sit for 5-10 minutes before brushing out any tangles or knots that may have formed in the fibers as a result of this process.
Style your wig
To style your lace front wig, you will need:
A wig brush. This is used to create volume and lift in the hair of the front section of your lace wigs. It can also be used on shorter sections to add length or volume to them if necessary.
A wig cap (or headband). This is worn over the head while styling so that it protects against heat damage and keeps your hairline in place during the application of styling products such as gel or mousse products which may otherwise cause damage if they get too close to it!
Dry your wig
The next step is to take care of your lace front wigs by drying them. It’s important to be thorough when cleaning a lace front wig, so make sure you follow these steps:
Hang your wig on a wig stand or another secure surface that doesn’t move around too much. If possible, hang it upside down so the water can drip out of the bottom of your wig and not get into any crevices where it could cause damage or discoloration.
Use a blow dryer on high heat setting and set it at least 1 foot away from where you’re drying out your lace front wigs; this will help prevent damage caused by direct contact with high temperatures while still allowing enough airflow around them so they don’t overheat under pressure!
Even though lace front wigs can be expensive, they are worth the investment. They last longer than your average human hair wig and you won’t have to worry about excess shedding. If you want to keep your lace front wigs looking their best for as long as possible then follow these simple tips!