How To Take Care Of Your Remy Front Lace Wigs

Being that remy front lace wigs are made from real, authentic human hair, it goes without saying that you should take good care of them. If you don't you're going to end up with a blob of tangled, dirty, and mangy hair that you spent a ton of money for but can't use! You don't want that now, do you? I know I wouldn't. That is why I have compiled this list of what you should do to properly care for your remy front lace wigs and make them last forever.


Using only warm water, bathe your wig in a blend of shampoo and conditioner. Work your fingers through the hair going from the roots to the tips. If you do it from tips to roots, the hair will get tangled! After washing, you can rinse the wig with some warm clean water to get the excess soap off. Now, with a dry towel, gently blot off excess water, but don't go crazy. We will cover the actual drying process shortly. Next, comb the damp hair from roots to tips as you would your own hair on your head. Again, if you try combing in the other direction, you will just tangle the hair. Believe me, you don't want that!

Drying Remy Front Lace Wigs

When drying your hairpiece, let it sit on your wig stand and dry naturally. This will ensure that it doesn't get tangled, as if you were trying to dry it with a blow dryer or with a towel. Once it does dry, you can use a curling iron or a blow dryer to restyle the wig. Keep in mind, though, that you should use only a low-heat setting to prevent any damage to the hair.

Styling Remy Front Lace Wigs

For curly hair, you should use a wide-tooth comb or pick. For straight hair, use a wire brush. Try to stay away from using standard brushes that may tangle hair. Also note that you can use hair spray. Just make sure you continue to wash the wig regularly. And if you'd like your wig to be completely restyled, you can always take it to your stylist.

In summary, the key to properly caring for your wig is to basically treat it like the real hair on your head. After all, remy front lace wigs are real hair!

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