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♦ You should try to avoid all heat sources while wearing your wig. Heat will damage the synthetic fibers of the wig as they will become singed and partially melted.

♦ Don't dye synthetic wigs. It is strongly recommended to ask a professional hairdresser to trim, shape or thin out the wig.

♦ It is recommended that you wash your wig one or twice every month according to wearing frequency.

♦ Choose a slightly acidic shampoo, use hair conditioner and wash in mild water.

♦ Make sure the water flows in the same direction during washing and avoid rubbing the wig heavily.

♦ Do not comb or brush the wet wig. Style the wig when it is dry.

♦ Using a wig brush on a wig is okay but, I suggest using a METAL WIDE TOOTH COMB and avoid using a plastic brush.

♦ For tight, curly, or ringlet styles try the “Shake & Go” method, or gently lift and separate the curls with a pick comb or your fingers. Do not brush.

♦ Don't apply facial gel or hair wax on the wig, which will make the wig very sticky.

♦ Refrain from pulling the comb forcefully through the tangles. Pulling will not only pull the hair off of the "tracks" of the wig but the pulling will also cause the synthetic hair to become frizzy. Spray your synthetic wig with a light oil sheen to restore luster that was lost while getting rid of the tangles.

♦ It is very normal for the synthetic wig to have a certain amount of shedding.

♦ You can also use a“spray-in”conditioner. Simply spray your wig thoroughly before wearing to keep the hair soft and static free. With the Spray in conditioner, your wig will look like the first time you took it out of the box.

♦ Please store your wig on a wig stand or mannequin head in a cool, dry location avoiding extreme temperatures, mold and dust, which will help maintain the shape, cleanliness and style of your wig.