Human hair wigs for black women of all qualities, brands, and origins will change throughout the time you’ re are wearing them, however, they can be revived with the correct care to restore their manageability and appearance.

If your lace wigs are looking tired, you can help bring them back to life with a few quick and easy steps.

Step 1:Pre Wash Give the virgin hair weave a conditioning treatment by applying a natural oil such as coconut oil, extra virgin olive oil or grape-seed oil along the entire length. Alternatively, apply the moisturizing conditioner to the hair. Leave either the oil or conditioner on the hair for 30 minutes under a shower cap.

Step 2:Washing your wig Wash the human hair weave with a moisturizing shampoo. Use your fingers to carefully clean the scalp between tracks and rinse thoroughly.

Step 3:Moisturize your Wig Apply moisturizing conditioner from scalp to hair tips and apply extra conditioner to the ends. Allow the conditioner to sit for two to five minutes before rinsing thoroughly. When rinsing, cautiously undo any tangles in the weave with your fingers or with a comb.

Step 4:Conditioning your Wig Apply a deep conditioner and leave on for 15 minutes or more. Wear a shower cap to trap heat and aid in the conditioning or sit under a dryer. Once conditioned, rinse thoroughly, use fingers to untangle and squeeze out all excess water. Comb out the hair and allow it to air dry for approximately 15 to 20 minutes. Apply a moisturizing product along the entire length and apply extra to the ends. Also, apply a dime-sized amount of thermal product to protect hair during the styling process.

Step 5:Drying your Wig Blow-dry hair with low heat using a comb to aid hair drying. Follow up with a brush to straighten. Style hair with a flat iron for a straight hair look or with a curling iron to produce curls and waves. Start from the front of your head and work backward until the entire head is completed.

Step 6:When you sleep Wrap a silk or satin scarf around your head at night to keep hair from drying out on cotton pillowcases and bedsheets. Alternatively, use silk or satin pillowcases and bedsheets.