According to the Andre Walker hair typing system, African American hair is Type 4. Hair in this category is kinky which means the hair is full of tight coils. The hair is also strong, but fragile and often appears coarse. However, it is several fine, thin strands that are densely packed together. This kind of...
Now that you have made an investment in a new wig or hairpiece you need to know how to care for a wig or hairpiece to get the most use out of it! Follow these 7 steps on how to protect and care for your wig. Step 1. Gently comb your wig. Don’t use regular...
Lace wigs are easy to take of while it is on top of your head, but once you take it off it is going to require some tender, loving care to bring it back to like-new conditions. Here are Five Easy Steps for Cleaning and Renewing Your Lace Wigs. This will help you remove any...
Researching hair extensions is often rather overwhelming. When you decide to take the hair extension plunge, the information comes quick. It’s hard to determine which direction is best suited for you. Begin sorting through all the information by getting familiar with the various kinds of hair extensions. There are four different kinds: clip-in, tape-in, fusion...
There are many budget friendly synthetic wigs that look incredibly realistic and come in a variety of colors, textures and styles. So, how do you care for your wig? Although synthetic wigs are in some ways more resilient than human hair wigs, they do require care to make them last. Wash & Dry Regularly Some...
Synthetic wigs mimic the look of real human hair and is often the preferred choice based on price. With the proper care a synthetic wig can last many years. But just like real hair, they do get dirty and dull over time. You can easily give a synthetic wig a makeover with light cleaning and...