As the temperatures continue to drop and whispers of snow begin to fill our weather reports, there is no hiding that winter is on its way. Winter weather means harsh weather conditions, which can mean bad news for your human hair wig. Because of this, those who wear human hair wigs must take note of some simple winter wig maintenance tips.
- Avoid leaving your home wearing a wig that is still wet from a wash. The colder air will freeze the fibers on your wig, which leaves the hair vulnerable to breakage.
- Use wig hair care products that will increase hydration. The cold winter air will strip the moisture from your wig, leaving it looking dull and tangled. When washing, avoid shampooing as often, but condition more. This will help keep your wig moisturized and looking natural.
- After washing, allow your wig to air dry, or pat dry with a clean towel. Using a hair dryer, or other heating device, could cause your wig hairs to dry out and be stripped of moisture. Because of the added heat from HVAC systems, wigs are more vulnerable of being stripped of their moisture.
- If poor weather like snow, rain, or wind is expected, try your best to shield your wig. Should your wig become exposed to the poor conditions, try your best to detangle your wig as soon as possible. When detangling, use a comb to work knots and tangles out of the wig, beginning at the ends and working your way up.
- Visit Wigs and Hair Solutions regularly for human hair wig maintenance this winter season. Our stylists will help you properly care for your wig during the harsh cold weather of winter. We will also help to extend the life of your human hair wig through our maintenance services.
At Wigs and Hair Solutions, we help our clients with their winter wig maintenance, as well as maintenance year-round. No matters the reason for needing your human hair wig, our stylists treat each client with care to ensure they receive the best service and highest quality wig.
To schedule an initial consultation with Wigs and Hair Solutions in Columbia, call us today at 410-720-8588. You can also visit us in the Medical Pavilion at Howard County.