Although the wig is a replacement hairstyle, it must NOT be treated as you would your own hair or as an item of clothing.
The wig can be combed with a brush with metal teeth or preferably with a comb with wide teeth. Always comb wigs or hairpieces with long hair starting from the ends and gradually going up to the hairline. Do not pull the hair if it forms knots, but use your hands to comb it; do not use thick-toothed combs to prevent the hair from forming small curls.
The wigs are equipped with elastic at the nape of the neck (with velcro or hooks) that allow you to adjust the tension adapting it to your needs. It should be borne in mind that too tight elastic bands tend, with the movements of the head, to make the wig rise from the neck towards the nape.
LACQUER AND OTHER HAIR PRODUCTS
Avoid spraying hairspray or applying products not explicitly recommended for the care and maintenance of the wig. Some hair products can irreparably damage the wig.
Avoid exposure of wigs with synthetic hair to heat and steam (oven, grill, hearth, hairdryer, sauna, etc.) as the hair can become irreparably damaged and become frizzy.
Rain does not damage the wig; do not use the hair dryer. To comb synthetic wigs with wet hair, simply use your hands or a comb with very wide teeth.
We strongly advise against the use of Styrofoam heads as a wig holder. The polystyrene head does not allow the ventilation of the wig whose cap could be wet (after washing) or damp from sweat (after use). The polystyrene head tends to loosen the wig’s elastics.
We recommend using a support that allows good ventilation of the whole wig, especially inside. A wide mouth vase could be a great wig stand.
Keep a wig in a box that should not be used for a long time, after washing it.