Hair Guide

How to apply

Braid your hair close to your head, cover your hair with a wig cap and place the lace front wig over your head. 

Then trim the excess lace to create the perfect blend with your hair line.


Care Instructions

To maintain your wig brush through the hair gently in small sections with a detangling brush. 

For curly wigs, it’s best to brush them out with your fingers, as brushes and combs can damage the curls and ruin the look.

Heat can be used up to 180 degrees to maintain our straight styles and to upkeep curly or wavy styles.

Please ensure the hair is stored on a wig head when not being worn or in a satin storage bag.


Washing Instructions

When washing your wig fill the sink with cold water then add a few drops of shampoo. 

If washing a long wig put the hair into a loose ponytail to avoid tangling. 

Swirl the wig around the water trying to avoid rubbing the hair together as this can cause tangling.

The key to brushing a wig is being gentle. Wigs are much more delicate than your own hair, and too much force can pull hair strands out. Take your time and be patient for the best result!


How Long Do Synthetic Wigs Last?

Synthetic wigs can comfortably last between 4 to 6 months when worn every day. Synthetic wigs tend to have a shorter lifespan than human hair wigs as they are prone to tangling which affects their day to day resilience.

If you’ve noticed that your wig doesn’t hold its shape, the synthetic hair has shed, or that there is too much frizz, it may be time to look for your next wig style. To make sure your wig looks and feels fantastic, it’s vital to invest the time and effort into your wig care routine.