1. How To Care For Treasured Brown Girl Wigs?
Prewash - Prep
We recommend that you pre-prep your wig for the best washing experience. You should place the wig on a wig stand and detangle it with a wide tooth comb for Straight texture and a Denman brush for Wavy or Curly wigs. Comb or brush the wig starting from the bottom and working your way to the top.<.p>
Squeeze two quarter-sized squirts of shampoo (or condition if you are co-washing) into your hands and rub it into the wig with your fingers starting from the bottom and working your way to the top. We recommend you co-wash the wig once every 6-weeks and wash it at a minimum every 7 to 10 wears. If you play sports or exercise regularly, we recommend you wash your wig more often.
Put the wig under the faucet in cool running water. Dip wig in and out gently to allow the water to rinse off excessive oils. Then squeeze the excess water from the bottom of the wig to the top.
Squeeze two quarter-sized squirts into your hands and rub it into the wig with your fingers starting from the bottom and working your way to the top. Do not scrub the wig. Allow this to sit for five minutes. Then comb it through the wig with a wide tooth comb starting from the bottom and working your way up to the top.
Blot wig dry with a towel after washing or conditioning. Lay the wig flat on a towel in an area that has low light. Allow it to air dry then style.
Brush or Comb
We recommend that you brush your wig before you put it on and when you take it off with a wide tooth comb and/or a Denman brush for curly and wavy wigs. Comb or brush the wig starting from the bottom and working your way to the top. You can purchase either of these products at your local beauty supply store or Amazon.