Long Straight 360 Lace Frontal Wigs Pre Plucked Baby Hair Heat Resistant Synthetic Lace Front Wigs Female Transparent Lace Wigs
360 lace front wig is a kind of wig with a circle lace around the head. The hair in this lace part is knotted into the lace hole by hand. Another part of 360 wigs is made of the high stretch machine-made wig cap, bonding with the lace edge. The hair weave is sewn into the machine-made wig cap
22.5inch Average Size Cap
3 Combs , soft HD transparent Swiss lace, pre plucked natural hairline.
How do I wash a wig?
Now you might be thinking, do I really need to wash my synthetic wig? Well...yes! Washing your wig will help it look flawless for as long as possible, and who wouldn't want that. Washing a wig is a bit different than washing your hair, but don’t worry, we’re helping you through the process step-by-step :)
✨Step 1: Detangle✨
Just like you would with your hair, make sure to brush your synthetic wig before you start washing it! We suggest using either a wide tooth comb or a paddle brush to detangle. Make sure to lay your piece flat on a table and start brushing from the ends and work your way up to the roots to avoid breakage!
✨Step 2: Shampoo✨
Even though you might love a super hot shower, your wig definitely won’t! Use lukewarm water to wash your wig from root to tip. Use a synthetic hair shampoo to wash using circular motions.
✨Step 3: Conditioner✨
To help keep your wig feeling soft and silky, use your fav leave-in conditioner, detangler, or serum. Avoid the roots, and just focus on the ends of the wig!
✨Step 4: Dry✨
You know how we said washing a wig was different than washing your hair? Well, the same goes for drying. Make sure to air dry your wig! Place it on a wig stand or wig head, and let nature do it’s thing ;)
Washing your wig is a key part in taking care of it. We suggest washing your synthetic wig at least every 30 wears to keep it looking flawless!