How to maintain your hair when wearing wigs

Wearing wigs is a great way to help women who suffer from hair loss and thinning, it can add more volume and length to your hair and offer you more opportunities to change your hairstyles and colors. And it’s a great protective style for growing hair, but simply putting on a wig can’t help your hair to grow. You should aware that properly wearing wigs can even do damage to your natural hair. So here are some tips for your healthy natural hair under a wig.

Regularly Wash and condition Your Hair

Washing your wigs after receiving them should be not the last time you wash your unice wigs during the time of wearing them. You may be noticed that hair vendors process the hair with some chemicals for shine and smoothness before sending you the products. But only washing your hair just one time is never enough. You should treat your wigs as your natural hair, especially for human hair wigs. Human hair wigs can tangle and break just like natural hair.

Dirt, oil, and product build-ups, etc, substances like these can trigger the feeling of discomfort. Especially in the summertime, your scalp is prone to excessive sweating and your hair becomes oily. Due to the sweat, there is a possibility you get a smell when going out with your wig on.

Because of the side effect of sulfate shampoo, so we suggest that you should use a sulfate-free shampoo to wash your unice headband wig. After washing your hair, you should use hair oil, conditioner, and treatments to keep your hair watery and away from breakage caused by hair dryness.

Take Care Of Your Scalp

Wearing wigs frequently can affect the blood circulation of your scalp, which can influence hair growth and cause hair loss and even alopecia. You can massage your scalp to speed the blood circulation and encourage your hair to be healthier and stronger. You can apply oil and smoothing spray to eliminate the itch and dryness. And adjust your washing routine according to the temperature and humidity, etc.

Give your hair and scalp a break

To alleviate the problems of suffocating, you should take off your wig from time to time for shampooing, conditioning, and giving your scalp and hair to breathe. And if you wear sew-in hair weaves, the stress of braid hair can harm your scalp and hair growth. So it’s necessary for your scalp to have a break from the pulling, and relax for your natural.

Avoid sleeping with your wigs

It is convenient for you to get looks ready when you get up in the morning for sleeping with wigs, but your hair can also be easily tangled and affected by breakage. The friction between your wigs and your pillowcase can do damages to your hair and your scalp, such as alopecia. Taking off your unice hair can help your follicles and hair to breathe. You can use silk and a satin cap or scarf to protect your braids for avoiding frizz and tangling.