Just as you would wash your own hair your real hair wig will also need to be washed in order to keep it looking healthy and to ensure it keeps its texture and feel. What you won’t want to do is over wash the wig, as this will shorten the lifespan. A good rule of thumb is to wash the wig every 7-14 days. Be sure to take care when washing your human hair wig and be gentle. You will also want to use products specifically for human hair wigs. Such as specialist wig shampoo and wig conditioner. Another option would be to use dry shampoo, which will be a less aggressive way of cleaning your wig. Meaning you’ll revitalise it while not causing any damage.Read More
In fact, wigs can sometimes be more likely to tangle due to the lack of natural oils of your scalp that natural hair has. These oils work like a natural conditioner that defends against tangles and knots. Of course, it’s not foolproof, as anyone can attest, but those oils help. Your wigs don’t have these oils, so they need your help to stay tangle-free.Read More
HD lace is a new lace material that is more light, soft and delicate and looks more transparent than normal lace, which can melt into our skin more perfectly, which makes the hairline more invisible.Read More
Q: What's the Difference Between HD Lace and Normal Swiss Lace?
A: As we mentioned above, HD lace is a new kind of lace material,We often recommend the transparent lace to light skin tone girls, but recently we found that HD lace can melt to any skin tone after we bleach the hair knots and glue down the hairline.
Q: Where Can I Order an HD Lace Cap Wig?Read More
New Arrvial ,Dream Swiss Lace Wig and Fake Scalp WigRead More
Chinalacewig:What is often mentioned as Brazilian hair is actually the short for Brazilian human hair wig.Cause Brazilian hair is becoming so popular that most people will choose to sew the Brazilian hair in with their own hair so that is why today we write this article and to tell you how to wash the hair wig together with your own hair .
Living with cancer can affect all areas of your life. Find out ways we can provide practical and emotional support to cancer patients, their loved ones and carers.
The information in this section will help you to understand more about hair loss and cancer treatment.
Not everyone loses their hair when they have cancer treatment, but if it happens it can be very upsetting. Your hair will grow back once your treatment has ended, but in the meantime there are ways that can make hair loss easier to deal with.Read More
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