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Just like clothing, hairstyles can be slimming too!

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Once you start getting a larger collection of wigs, you won’t be wearing the same wig every day...so what do you do with the other styles while you aren’t wearing them? Proper storage is vital to extending the life of your wigs, so here are a few ways to correctly store your wigs to ensure that they remain in their prime condition.

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When it comes to owning a human hair wig, there will come a time where the natural soft bounce will fade. You will notice this start to happen to your human hair wig when it feels dry and stiff to the touch. This is because a human hair wig does not have natural scalp oils to keep the hair moisturized regularly.

Yes, it is true that the more care and attention you give your human hair wigs, the loner they will last. However, even a lace wig of the highest quality will inevitably deteriorate over time.

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One of the first questions I got when I started wearing a hairpiece was about my comfort level. Did it hurt, was it pulling at my natural hairline, and yet again, was it painful to wear a wig. The answer to all is no, but it can be uncomfortable if you don’t take the proper steps. Below are the most common reasons wig wearers experience scalp pain; and a few ways to get past that pain.

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No one enjoys having to hide in dark corners or slip silently away into the bathroom in order to privately adjust your wig. That's where wig glues and adhesives come to your rescue! But do you have to compromise the health of your natural hair in order to enjoy the security and freedom that comes with using these products? The short answer is, no. While it is important to follow a few basic guidelines when you are using products that have the potential to be harmful, if you are patient and willing to spend a little extra time to give your hair the tender love and care it deserves, there is no reason why you can't enjoy the best of both worlds.

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Eggs are an egg-excellent source of protein- pun intended. This is why this is a great ingredient for a hair mask! Eggs are not only a great source of protein but it has a lot of minerals that help hair growth. Lemons help stimulate hair growth and moisture, but it also has vitamin C and the acids help tighten the hair follicles. 

Ingredients:

1 egg - egg white
Lemon juice or 1 fresh lemon

Recipe:

Grab a mixing bowl and pour the egg white.

TIP - If you have longer hair, use 2-3 egg whites

1. Add the lemon and beat the mix with a fork until frothy.
2. Once done, apply the mask from root to tip.
3. Pull your hair into a bun, and leave it on for 15-20 minutes.
4. Wash the mask out of the hair, and continue with your normal wash routine.
5. Repeat this every week or so.

1. Use a wooden comb. Say goodbye to a traditional plastic comb if you are looking to keep static at bay. This comb comes highly reviewed and looks like a solid option!

2. Use hydrating products or products with oil. The more moisture the better! And don’t skip using conditioner in the shower, either! Sometimes the thought is that silky, conditioned hair may be more staticky but in fact, dry hair ends up being more problematic than not!

3. The best quick fix on the go is to apply lotion to your hands, rub it in like you would normally, and then rake your hands through your hair. This isn’t an ideal fix but it will certainly work if the static electricity is out of control!

If static electricity in your hair is an ongoing issue, I’d recommend taking a look at your clothing choices, or even the scarves that you wear! Some knit fabrics are more prone to causing static electricity than others. On a similar note, you can also look into spraying Static Guard onto the shoulders or neck area of a sweater you are wearing, or even covering both sides of a scarf before you wear one of those items. Static Guard smells horrible, but it really does the trick to eliminate static electricity.

DOUBLELEAFWIG offers two types of hair, Brazilian Virgin Hair and Indian Remy Hair. Both of them are natural 100% human hair and they’re collected directly from healthy donors in virgin condition. After collecting the hair our hair technicians will rinse the hair and handpick out short, damage and grey strands for women are in need of best and superior quality.

1. Brazilian Virgin Hair is 100% natural and unprocessed human hair. It’s the absolute highest quality hair available on the market. It has not been colored, dyed, bleached, or chemically processed in any way. So this hair can be washed, blow-dried, bleached, colored, and curled & styled with heated tools when you receive it

2. Our Indian Remy Hair is chemically processed to compact the hair cuticles to ensure the hair is completely tangle-free and has a natural soft and silky appearance. You can wash it, curled it and style it. However, we do not recommend that you do any bleaching and coloring. This hair is already processed and any further processing will damage the hair quality.

3.NOTE: No matter how good our hair quality is, please DON’T style it or dye it too frequently, the heat or chemical will make the hair easily get dry and tangled.

Although curly hair and wavy hair hairstyles are thought by many people to be the same, wavy hair is actually a type of curly hair. Curly types and wavy types of hair differ in curl tightness, thickness, and textures. The difference between wavy and curly is that usually to me if someone says curly hair I think really curly. With wavy its not bunched up or anything. And it's pretty straight at the top but at the end sort of like it flows.

• Curly hair is kinky having close curls like that in the spring.

• Wavy hair lies in between straight and curly hair and does not have curls but has zigzag pasterns that make them wavy.

• Curls start right next to the scalp, and such hair is thick and coarse whereas wavy hair is straighter and softer. The texture of wavy hair is thin.

• Curly black hairstyles are hard to tame yet many people go for curls in hair as they like them

• It is difficult to comb curly hair when they are dry

Curly extensions will stay really curly over the course of about 2 days-3 days, wavy hair just sorta floats in these little curves....also, curly hair is usually a lot thicker than wavy hair, which tends to be fine

1. full lace wig
Full Lace Cap with Stretch in Crown Can Be Adjusted In Crown. The crown is stretch lace, the other is swiss lace or French lace. It can be worn in a high ponytail and It can be parted anywhere throughout the unit.

2. Glueless full lace wig
This lace cap has 4 combs and a strap at back is convenient for wearing and securing for application without glue( or with a little glue) so as to be very suitable for customers who are allergic to glue

3.360 lace wig
360 lace frontal with machine weft in the crown,4inch deep part in the front, add adjustable strap at back, 4 combs in front top and both sides. Have baby hair around the perimeter and can do a high ponytail.

4.lace front wig
lace in front. machine weft at back and handmade in front. add adjustable strap at back, combs in front top and both sides.