How to maintain your wig?

Here is a detailed guide on how to care for a premium Raw Hair wig:

1. Brushing and Detangling:

   - Use a soft-bristled brush or wide-toothed comb to gently detangle hair.

   - Start at the ends and gradually work your way up to the roots.

   - Avoid pulling too hard to avoid damaging the hair.

2. Washing:

   - Wash the wig in lukewarm water.

   - Use a mild, sulfate-free shampoo and conditioner.

   - Avoid rubbing or twisting hair, as this can cause tangling.

   -Rinse thoroughly with cold water until all shampoo and conditioner are removed.

3. Drying:

   - After washing, place the wig on a drying rack or hair mannequin.

   - Avoid using a hot hair dryer as this can damage raw hair.

   - Let the wig air dry naturally.

4. Styling:

   - You can style the wig using alcohol-free styling products.

   - Avoid using products containing alcohol, as this can dry out the hair.

   - Use low temperature styling tools if necessary.

5. Storage:

   - When you are not wearing the wig, it is best to store it on a mannequin to maintain its shape and prevent creases.

   - Keep the wig in a dry, cool place, away from direct sunlight.

6. Maintenance Frequency:

   - The maintenance frequency depends on how often you wear the wig. Typically, a raw hair wig requires maintenance every 6-8 weeks, but this can vary.

Following these maintenance steps will help maintain the appearance and quality of your raw hair wig for the long term.

Remember, the key to maintenance is gentleness, as raw hair is more delicate than synthetic hair.