It's a rather common practice to not wash fiber/synthetic hair either because it's not human hair or because we don't want to get it ruined. We might just use it and dump it when it seems tired.
Well, you don't have to keep up with that practice anymore. Here are 7 easy steps to wash your fiber wig. You can thank us later
Use a wide-toothed comb or brush to gently remove any tangles from your wig. You can also use your fingers to do this. It's important that you start detangling from the tips, comb downwards and then work your way up to the roots with uttermost care. Keep using the same downward motion till it's very free.
Mix lukewarm water with shampoo and immerse the wig in a bowl or a sink. Swirl it gently and allow it soak for about 3 minutes.
After that, proceed to rinse the wig in tepid (lukewarm) water until you see the water running clear so as to avoid your hair looking matted or greased. Remember that the water should flow be from root to tip.
Now, it’s time to condition in order to make your wig soft and silky. Mix tepid water with a capful of conditioner and immerse the wig. Swirl it gently and allow the wig for about 5-10 minutes to soak up.
Gently remove your hair from the water and place on a towel. Pat out any excess water.
Ensure that you do not twist, rub or heavily brush the wig whilst wet. gently comb into shape from crown to tips.
Allow to air dry on a wig stand.