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Author Topic: Do You Want To Swim With Human Hair Wig?  (Read 57 times)


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Do You Want To Swim With Human Hair Wig?
« on: February 24, 2021, 10:18:04 am »

In my opinion, shortening the lifespan of a human hair wig and having it stretch out a little is fine if I’ve spent only a few hundred bucks on a wig, but if I’ve spent a ton of money (maybe even thousands) on human hair?

The pool contains chlorine,which is a chemical substance, chlorine will hurt our HD lace wigs. And salt in water will also absorb moisture from the hair and make the hair lose luster and become more brittle.


Make sure detangle before you go into the water, as the tangles will become more serious and difficult to deal with when the hair gets wet. yor wig
You definitely don't want your U part lace wig to fall off while you are swimming, that is really the most embarrassing thing. So you need use waterproof adhesive and make sure the wig is firmly fixed on your head.

3.Make sure the right style
Loose hair tends to rtangle in water, so you'd better braid your hair, or updo hairstyle.

4. Wear swimming cap
The swimming cap may not be so good-looking, but if you really want to protect your wig more safely, a swimming cap is a good choice. Tuck the wig under the swimming cap.


Although you have taken all the above measures, your wig will inevitably be hurt, so take care of hair is very important. After swimming, you need wash your hair as quickly as possible, use high quality shampoo to wash away the salt and chemicals from your hair. It is best to have an overnight deep condition. This prevents dryness and extends the lifespan of the wig.