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I see the complaints about tangles and wanted to give advice
on June 15, 2013
I find that with these fiber wigs and human hair wigs as well, ( I have worn wigs for fifteen years as a cancer patient and now as a survivor, I just find them fun, easier to take care of and frankly at fifty seven make me look alot younger than my years, at any rate...) If you braid or at least put the long part of the wig in a braid ( especially if its long and wavy) Making sure it is brushed out fully before doing so, do NOT use regular hair products on the synthetic wigs, it will kill the shine, use a mild shampoo or baby shampoo just enough to clean it then use lemon juice in the rinse, place the wig on a form to wash if possible, by pinning it with t pins and let it dry the same way, you should get ALOT more wear out of your wigs. I used to buy ALL human hair yaffa, Jacqueline etc and they were quite expensive even at wholesale prices. I am finding that these heat resistant fiber ones while they do not last as long as they are not as thick as the afore mentioned wigs, for the PRICE, if handled properly, wear quite well. I put mine in a ponytail not braids, then let the pony tail out while it dries so there is no mark on it. If I want it curly I keep it in a braid. If I wear a new wig to bed I always pull it back into a pony or a french twist and use the little cork screw type fasteners that hold your hair together no matter how much you toss and turn. FOR ME, this works very well and I have twenty four wigs on mannequin heads that are still wearable, I do have my favs of course, but they will last longer if you can stock up and switch them out to extend the wear and wear an older on to bed They tell you not to wear them to bed, but I refuse to be seen without my wig even in front of my husband. That is like jogging naked.
Hope this helps some new wearers of wigs..enjoy