Hair care starts with deep moisturizing and care, especially synthetic hair! The fragility to heat may make you feel like it’s hopeless trying to restore that old curly wig, but with patience and a good detangling brush you can revive it back to its natural luster and shine.
What you will need:
Deep moisturizing conditioner
Spray bottle w/ water
Pot of boiled water
Flat iron (optional)
First things first, comb/brush all the kinks and tangled out of your wig. If you are having trouble with a few rough spots, use conditioner and a light mist of water to help comb through complicated knots. Some hair may shed! And that’s okay. The finished product should be able to pass the finger detangling process.
After you‘ve boiled your water, add 2 fl. oz. of laundry detergent and 2 fl. oz. of conditioner together in the boiling water. Use a comb to mix the water together. Some clumping is still acceptable. Soak the wig in the boiling water mixture for 30 minutes.
If you‘re lace-front wigs are as bad as mine, you might want to take the time to brush all that debris and glue off of the lace. Scrub the front of the wig lace with a toothbrush until clean.
And there you have it, a beautifully restored lace front wig. Curls moisturized and the perfect sheen and protection without heat damage, no more frizz, and bye-bye tangles.
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