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Many shops are now have stock wigs on sale. Once you perchase a wigs ,Lace front wigs, it seems important to know the way you wash it.

A human hair wig is a bit more trouble than a synthetic one, but keeping any wig in good condition is easy if you use products especially formulated for wigs.

It’s suggested that you wash your wig (either synthetic or human-hair) after every 12 to 15 wearings. You can buy products made especially for wigs – including brushes, combs, picks, shampoo and conditioner – in a wig or beauty supply store.

Remove the wig. Then, brush the wig gently with a wig brush, getting rid of all tangles. Fill a sink with cold water. Add a capful (about 1 tbsp.) of wig shampoo. Place the wig in soapy water and swish it around with your fingers for a minute or two. Use a soft toothbrush to remove any makeup stains. Use a paste of baking soda and shampoo on stubborn makeup stains. Let the wig soak in the sink for about five minutes. Drain the soapy water out and refill the sink with clean, cool water. Rinse the wig until all the shampoo is removed. You may have to change the water a few times. Gently blot the excess water with a dry towel. Do not wring the wig out. Let the wig air-dry on a wig stand,breitling watches, or turn it inside out and lay flat to dry. Spray on a wig conditioner and style your wig after it has dried.

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