"Women in Wigs" Project
Styling tips for women:
>Your wig can be styled with a brush or your finger tips, by brushing lightly you can achieve height by lifting with the brush or by brushing closer to the head for a smoother look you can back brush for extra height. You can bye a special wig brush.
> Please do not use hair dryers or hot brushes or any colour rinses and do not expose to an open flame, beware of eye level grills or toasters and the build up of heat from the oven on opening the door. Try not to come into contact with steam from the kettle or saucepans, as it will drop the curl.
> Your wig wefts can be visible if someone would be looking very close at your head. Skin top and wigs with skin hairparts are more secure.
> Wefting under the bangs and on the nape can be visible if the wind separates hair of your wig.
> If your wig doesn't have bangs you will have to blend some of your own bangs in a the front hairline to get a really natural look.
> You will get compliments on good styled wig all
>Will anyone know I am wearing them?
>Taking care of your wig, The wig really benefits from washing and conditioning, so, brush out any tangles and place in tepid water with shampoo, gently squeeze the wig in the water. Rinse thoroughly until all shampoo has been removed. Add to the final rinse the fibre oil and conditioner; place the wig into the solution and leave to soak for at least 30-45 minutes. Remove but do not rinse, blot in a towel, shake the wig and place on a wig-tree to drip dry. Do not brush when wet; when dry brush and style.
>Can I swim and go in the ocean?
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