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#1 2020-11-18 05:28:29

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How to Keep Your Human Hair Products Moisturized In Winter

Just like you skin needs to keep moisturized against the frozen and dry weather in winter, your hair is also in desire of rich nourishment and proper maintenance. Furthermore,human hair products,as made from the fallen hair from donors, it has no life rather than your own hair, requiring more tender and careful care to keep it lively. So how to keep your 4x4 Lace Wig human hair products moisturized in winter?

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1. Help Your Wig Maintain Moisture
In the winter, dry weather can be damaging to your wig. Dry weather can strip the moisture out of your 4x4 Closure Wig
, which could make the human hair on the wig more brittle and prone to breaking. Your wig may also start to look frizzy. So you need to take extra steps to keep your hair moist when the humidity levels are low both inside and outside.

2. Air Dry Your Hair
In the winter, the low humidity inside and outside already does enough damage to your 4x4 Lace Closure Wig. Don't add on to the damage by blow-drying your wig. You want to minimize the amount of heat you expose your wig to, as heat dries out and damages your wig.One of the easiest forms of heat to remove is your blow-dryer. Allow your wig to air dry, and limit how often you use heated styling tools. You may want to choose a winter style for your wig that requires minimum heat, and only wash your wig when you have time to allow it to air dry.

3. Protect Your Hair from Environmental Moisture
Even though the humidity can be low during the winter, you still don't want to expose your hair to excess environmental moisture. Rain can cause your wig to become frizzy.

4. Take Care of Tangles
In the winter, strong winds are more common, which can tangle up your wig. Unfortunately, a small tangle can easily turn into a knot, which are damaging to your wig and can lead to the loss of hair, which isn't replaceable. Wigs lack the natural oils that keep regular hair from becoming tangled.

To keep your hair from getting tangled during the winter time, brush your wig daily. Take your wig out and use a comb to gently brush it, starting near the top of the wig, and working downward. Do not pull or try to yank out tangles in your wig.

I hope you have found this guide useful. If you need any more help just let us know either by visit www.mslynnhair.com

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