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How To Clean And Care For Your 13x6 Lace Front Wig

13x6 Lace Front Wig

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#1 mslynnhair



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Posté 22 September 2022 - 06:51 AM

Women that know how to care for their 13x6 Lace Front Wig can keep their prized possessions for as long as the hair looks beautiful and natural. It all starts with washing and caring for the hair. Many of the ladies I know that have candy floss looking 13x6 Lace Frontal weaves with a pungent smell do not wash their hair. For others, the washing is a periodic thing that happens less often than it should.

Most women loathe having their hair wet, let alone washing it while it’s in a weave, whether natural or relaxed, is the last thing to have on your mind. Since keeping your 13x6 Lace Wig clean is paramount, below are some of the things that can quicken the process and make it simple.

How To Clean Your 13x6 Lace Front Wig
Split the 13x6 lace front wig into two parts to create the ponytail resting the two tails over your left and right shoulders. Use a wide-toothed hair comb or a paddle brush to de-tangle the wefts.

Bend the hair slightly to allow it to droop and then wet it with warm water starting at the top of the strands to allow the water to track downwards. It can be done over the bathtub or the skin, but it is easier when done in the shower. Exercise caution to avoid making the tracks of the 13x6 lace frontal weave wet.

After getting it wet, apply some moisturizing shampoo starting at the top moving downwards to the ends of the hairs. Work the shampoo in to loosen and remove the excess oils and dirt from the hair and then wash it off. Then go ahead and apply some Herbal Essences Hello Hydration Shampoo, which helps to prevent the weave from feeling dry and brittle. The lace frontal weave may be a bit hard to lather up which is not abnormal. Remember to rinse off the shampoo repeating until the water runs clear.

Next, use a good conditioner applying the same you did with the shampoo. Consider using the Herbal Essence Conditioner for this. Work it in and leave it for around 15 minutes before rinsing until the water runs clear. Alternatively, you can opt to co-wash instead of the shampoo products mentioned above.

Finish off by air drying the hair of sitting under a dryer. Adding leave-in oils or conditioners before drying is an option, but not very necessary if you have used a good moisturizing shampoo or conditioner. Remember to allow the hair to dry completely before doing to bed or stepping out of the house to prevent the tracks from festering and producing a funky smell.

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