How do I care for my lace front wig?

The biggest error many people make is assuming that just because the hair is not your own, that you don't have to take care of it. Hair is hair. Whether it's purchased or grows from your scalp, if you want hair to look good, you must take good care of it. this includes cleaning, proper conditioning and the use of styling products to help achieve the look you want. In addition, you must handle hair gently, and use quality boar bristle or nylon paddle brushes and seamless combs to avoid split ends. Caring for the lace is also another responsibility. Using proper products (adhesives, removers and cleaners) and gentle hands will keep your lace wig in good condition. We provide a care guide with every purchase, with tips and suggestions for caring for curly, silky and African American texture hair. The best thing about our care tips, is they apply to all hair, not just the hair on lace front wigs.