Today, I'm going to show you guys how I wash and maintain my wigs. I will be using only conditioner and a wide toothed comb.
1.Pour the right amount of hair conditioner into water of the bowl and loose it up a bit.
You can use any conditioner that you like and it is suitable for natural hair because it is 100% virgin hair.
2.Put the wig in the water of the bowl.
You could use a bowl or any container to hold water but I think the bowl is more easier to manage and control when you're washing your wig because you want to allow it to soak into that conditioner.
3.Work that conditioner into the hair and again you don't have to do much.
You definitely want to be careful whether it's HD or any lace because it is a lot more delicate.
There's no rubbing required you just want to massage the conditioner into the hair gently.
And make sure you get it all over and once you do that. I just like to dip the wig in and out of the water over and over. You can comb the hair from bottom to the top when washing because you don't want to cause any more tangles or pushed angles down into the hair.
If you're not moisturizing the hair, it's going to get dry and dryness just leads to breakage. And you don't want the hair kind of falling off of your lace.
4.Let the wig sit in the water for some time.
It just depends how much time you have. Of course, the longer the better.
5.Rinse the conditioner out.
I still want to use a cold water but mainly just get off any excess and chunks so you may have to spend a little more time on the inside of the cap for moving that conditioner. But if you don't get it a hundred percent out, it's okay because the conditioner won't hurt the hair.
6.Let the wig air dry anyway you want to either laying it on a towel.
If you have a wig stand that's perfect, and just put something down below so it catches on that excess water.