Hair Care Tips


Store your wig on a wig stand or mannequin head to help maintain its shape. Keep the wig in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight to prevent color fading. Avoid storing wigs in plastic bags, as this can trap moisture and lead to mold or unpleasant odors.


Clean your wig regularly, but not excessively, to prevent damage. Follow the manufacturer's care instructions for washing and conditioning. Use a wig brush or comb specially designed for wigs to detangle gently, starting from the ends and working your way up to the roots. If the wig is synthetic, avoid using regular shampoos or conditioners; use products designed specifically for synthetic wigs.

Heat and Styling:

Avoid exposing synthetic wigs to heat, such as from curling irons or straighteners, as it can damage the fibers. Use heat-styling tools only if the wig is labeled as heat-resistant. For human hair wigs, use heat-styling tools sparingly and always use a heat protectant spray.

Avoid Friction:

Minimize friction by avoiding excessive rubbing or touching, especially when the wig is wet. Be cautious when wearing the wig under hats or scarves to prevent friction that could lead to tangles and damage.

Travel Carefully:

If you need to travel with your wig, place it in a wig box or a breathable bag to protect it from dust and damage. If possible, carry the wig in your carry-on luggage to prevent it from being crushed during transit.