Hair Type: 100% Indian Remy Human Hair
Hair Color: Available in 1, 1b, #2, #4, #1b/30, 2/4 highlights and 2/4/6blend
Hair Texture and Style: waterwave
Hair Density: Light to Medium (100 to 120%)
Cap Construction: All Swiss Lace with little stretch from ear to ear
Baby Hair:Medium wavy around entire perimeter
Bleached Knots: Yes
Length: Available in 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22 inches
Lace Color: Light Brown
Cap Construction: Yes, this full lace wig can be worn and be parted anywhere.
Can Be Curled or Flat Ironed: Yes
|Detangle: The first thing is to remove all hair tangles gently with a wide tooth brush holding the hair at the bottom with your hand so as not to pull the hair and cause shedding. If the hair is extremely dry, make sure you spray it with a leave in conditioner first to moisturize it and prevent hair damage.|
|Luke warm water: Fill the basin/sink with luke warm water and a little shampoo|
|Clarify: You can add a little baking soda in the shampoo water to help clarify the hair and remove dirt and build
up from the hair. If you do not have bakig soda, you can use apple cider vinegar. ( You do not have to do this every time you shampoo but maybe once every 3 times or so.)
|Shampoo: Gently wash the wig running your fingers through the hair at all times. Keep the water slowly flowing
through the same direction as the hair.DO NOT SOAK THE HAIR as this will cause the hair to tangle.
|Rinse with luke warm water|
|Condition: Apply the silicon mix conditioner on the hair and then thoroughly rinse the hair to make sure all the conditioner is rinsed out. Always make sure the water is flowing in the direction of the hair. Gently press with a towel to dry and remove excess water. DO NOT WRING OR SQUEEZE|
|Leave in conditioner and Air dry: Apply miracle leave in conditioner and let the wig air dry in a wig stand.|
|Seal your knots and style: Once the wig is dry, spray a light coat of the knot sealer to prevent excessive hair shedding. Once the cap is aired out, you can attach it and style it as desired.
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