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Dry shampoo is not a recent beauty product, having been used since the 1960s, but it has recently gained a lot of popularity. The main reason for the boost in dry shampoo sales is its versatility. Dry shampoo is used for a variety of different reasons and is used in varying methods - proving that it just might be the hair lifesaver you were looking for.

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It’s the end of a long day. You have taken off your wig and have placed it carefully on your wig stand to store for the night. Then, you see it: a tangle. Not just any tangle. This may be the world’s biggest tangle. You frantically grab your styling products and comb and get to work.

Let’s rewind. Are there ways to battle the tangle from the beginning? Like real hair, wigs can experience tangles. In fact, wigs can sometimes be more likely to tangle due to the lack of natural oils of your scalp that natural hair has. These oils work like a natural conditioner that defends against tangles and knots. Of course, it’s not foolproof, as anyone can attest, but those oils help. Your wigs don’t have these oils, so they need your help to stay tangle-free.

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How to care for blonde hair? How to maintain the perfect blonde shade?

1. Keep it Hydrated

It is recommended to invest in a good leave-in conditioner and/or deep repair mask to help bring dry brittle hair back to life. And, deep treatments/hair masks are a great way to restore the moisture stripped from hair during the coloring process.

2. Protect it

(a). Protect it from the heat

Avoid using a blow dryer as much as possible. In general, the less heat styling, the better! Lifting hair color to achieve a lighter blonde shade requires your hair cuticle to be stripped. Once the cuticle has been stripped, it will be difficult for your hair to hold onto the nutrients your scalp produces. Thus, you will have dry and brittle hair. Adding an excessive amount of heat styling to your hair really damages and dulls your shine. It is recommended to give your hair a little vacation from heat styling, every once in a while, by styling your hair in a cute bun, updo, or braid. You have to use a heat protectant spray when styling your hair and never ever skip on a deep conditioning treatment if you are addicted to heat.

(b). Keep it out of the sun

Sun not only can damage your skin but also damage your blond hair. And, harmful UV rays can dry out your locks, and turn your beautiful blonde shade a brassy shade of orange. Therefore, you had better wear a hat if you are planning a fun day in the sun.

3. Make it last

As we know, over time, even natural elements can cause your cool tresses to become brassy. Therefore, you can use some special shampoo to make your color last. For instance, you can use Purple Shampoo to combat these brassy tones and leave your locks the cool ashy tone you paid big bucks to achieve, for the shade purple is directly opposite of the shade yellow on the color wheel.

Know when to wash. People often make the mistake of thinking that they need to wash their hair every day, but washing hair too often can actually dry hair out, or weigh it down with product. For most people, washing your hair twice a week is adequate.

  • The longer, thicker, curlier, and more processed your hair, the longer it can go between washes.
  • If your hair gets oily very quickly and you must wash every day, use a lightweight or "every day" shampoo, as these contain milder detergents than others

Use conditioner. Always use a good conditioner after you shampoo. Conditioner will provide moisture for your hair while making it softer and more manageable. It will also make your hair easier to brush out after the shower, thus causing less damage. Only apply conditioner to the ends and mid-lengths of your hair, otherwise, your hair will look greasy.

  • Use a leave-in conditioner at least once a week. Leave-in conditioners penetrate deep into your hair cuticles to heal them more completely.
  • Try using a leave-in conditioner spray after you shower. The spray will make your hair more pliable and easier to detangle.
  • Every so often, try using a deep conditioning treatment. You can use deep conditioning treatments like olive oil, argan oil, avocado oil or coconut oil.

Use a comb. Wet hair is more susceptible to damage than dry hair, it is more elastic and more likely to break. Since hair is most fragile when it's wet, you shouldn't rip a brush through it after washing. Instead, you should spray some detangler on it, and then use a wide-tooth comb to remove tangles and minimize breakage.

  • Remember to start from the ends up, not from the roots down.
  • Once hair is dry, avoid unnecessary brushing, combing or handling.
  • Using your fingers to comb through your hair while wet can cause damage and hair loss. Make sure to wait until after your shower to comb out any tangles.

Don't towel dry hair. As hair is more fragile when wet, roughly towel drying hair can cause damage. Rubbing wet hair with a towel can rough up the cuticle (outer layer of the hair), causing more breakage and leading to frizzy or fluffy hair.

  • Instead of rubbing, trying blotting your hair with a towel to remove excess moisture.
  • Invest in a super absorbent towel that you can wrap around hair after washing.

A human hair wig although it comes at quite an expensive price tag, it is still much more preferred by most ladies over synthetic wigs primarily because of the best quality, looks more natural and long-lasting. Using a human hair wig allows the user to dye their hair which is not possible with synthetic hair wigs. Although some precautions are necessary in this regard and connection, the procedure is fairly simple. There is a vital component of attention to detail involved while keeping in mind the instructions as given by the manufacturers while applying dye to a human hair wig. Below discussed are some basic precautions while dying a human hair wig.

Before proceeding to dye, a human hair wig must be washed thoroughly to clean every strand and remove any unwanted dirt build-up from the accumulation of dust and oils. After the wig is washed to clear every strand of dirt, it is then let out to dry or blow-dried to complete dryness. Next, using a large-tooth comb to segregate the human hair wig into four distinct sections, the hair on the wig is combed through to keep untangled and separated so that they do not run into knots.

Using a homemade coloring recipe, empty the colors and mix it in an open bowl with a spatula or mixing spoon. In case one uses a readymade hair coloring kit, it is even easier to follow the instructions given by the manufacturer on the product case and proceed on those directions. However, the crux or premises of the entire process remain similar more or less, i.e. diluting the concentrated coloring dye with an appropriate thinning agent. To subtle things out an after coloring conditioner is used on many an occasion. It is advisable and strongly recommended to be wearing gloves while handling hair color and related chemicals. Also maintaining air circulation and good ventilation may eliminate any chances of suffocation from stagnation of harmful chemicals in the immediate atmospheric system.

Carefully drape the wig on a mannequin head to ensure complete attention to detail why dyeing. Pulling and tugging the wig at the front to ensure it is secure; the color in mixed in an open bowl and slowly add color beginning with the top of the wig. The top of the wig is the origin or root of any wig. When applying dye or hair color to a wig, it is recommended to always begin at the top and move to cover the rest of the crown. Once arriving at the crown portion of the wig, every section of the hair is segregated and separately colored or dyed till the entire wig is completed.

Once the entire wig is covered completely in uniform layers and shade of the hair color or dye, it is allowed to sit back and dry. The drying process is not required for more than 25 minutes at the very most. Allowing the dye to sit for over 25 minutes may spoil the finishing look and appeal of the final product. Once the color has dried off, wash off the excess and remaining by applying a light mask of hair conditioner to the wig for 3 minutes. Dry the wig and rinsing the conditioner off and then proceed to style as desired.

Human Hair Care Info.

Human Hair wigs are the premier choice if you want versatility and luxury. Human hair is soft to the touch and can be styled in endless ways. Due to the high demand for quality human hair, human hair wigs are also the most expensive type of wig you can buy. This is why it is so important to use the right products and the proper techniques to care for your human hair wigs. Wigs made with human hair can last a long time, much longer than synthetic wigs. However, using the wrong care products or washing techniques can drastically reduce the life expectancy of your human hair wig.

How To Wash A Human Hair Wig

1. Put the hair into the warm water( no more than 95 F), and soak the hair;

2. Apply mild shampoo and wash the hair;

3. Rinse the hair in the water;

4. Soak the water with the towel, apply conditioner to the hair and wait for about 2minutes;

5. Rinse the hair in the clean water. Bring a basin of the clean water and rinse the hair again;

6. Squeeze the hair gently;

7. Soak up the hair with the towel;

8.Air.dry the hair with opening the weft.

Curly wigs washing tips:

1. Do not brush your curls.

2. Comb conditioner through your hair while washing, towel dry and style it with your fingers to prevent frizz.