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Want to change your look? Use this wig!

Hello, my dear readers, i am really obsessed about changing look and style, but we can not change our color or hairstyle all the time when it comes to our mind, we dont want damage hair right? Thanks God we have solution with wearing wigs!
Wig can be worn every day or for a special occasion. Regardless of how often you wear a wig, all wigs eventually start to wear. Because of this, apply special care. Curly wigs can be especially difficult to take care of because the curl shape must be maintained for the wig to retain most of its original look. Learning to take care of your curly wig can save you a lot of money.
Wash your curly wig sparingly. Wigs do not need to be washed as often as your own hair; however, after several weeks, dirt and oil can build up, causing your wig to lose its luster. Your wig may also become stiff and hard to style. Curly wigs should be washed before this happens. Always check the washing instructions for your particular wig. The general rule for lace wigs is that they should be washed very gently in a shallow basin filled with warm water and wig shampoo. Simply swish your wig in the water without rubbing. Take it out and lay it on towels to try. You can pat the excess water off your wig, but do not rub your wig; this may cause it to lose its curls.
Defrizz a Wig Without Washing It
Wig can be worn every day or for a special occasion. Regardless of how often you wear a wig, all wigs eventually start to wear. Because of this, apply special care. Curly wigs can be especially difficult to take care of, because the curl shape must be maintained for the wig to retain most of its original look. Learning to take care of your curly wig can save you a lot of money.

Wash your curly wig sparingly. Wigs do not need to be washed as often as your own hair; however, after several weeks, dirt and oil can build up, causing your wig to lose its luster. Your wig may also become stiff and hard to style. Curly wigs should be washed before this happens. Always check the washing instructions for your particular wig. The general rule for all wigs is that they should be washed very gently in a shallow basin filled with warm water and wig shampoo. Simply swish your wig in the water without rubbing. Take it out and lay it on towels to try. You can pat the excess water off your wig, but do not rub your wig; this may cause it to lose its curls.
Cut the ends of your wig if necessary. Curly wigs especially have a tendency to become frizzy and tangled. Cutting a few centimeters off the ends of your wig can help, but of course, you can only do this so many times without drastically altering the style of your wig.
Use the proper comb. If your wig is wavy, you may be able to use a wide-toothed comb to very gently get any tangles out, starting at the tip of the wig and working slowly upwards. Wigs with tight curls generally should not be combed at all, because this can break apart the curls. Once the curls have been separated, it can be impossible to restyle them as they were. Some wigs can be gently detangled with your fingers.
The wet and wavy wig style is not designed to be brushed or combed. Instead, simply spritz water or a gentle conditioner onto the wig for upkeep.
Use heat if your wig is made of 100 percent human virgin hair. Look at the information on the wig package or ask a wig shop attendant to ascertain if your wig is totally made from human hair. Even wigs made partially of synthetic hair usually burn or melt. Always start with the heat on the lowest setting and gradually increase the temperature if you need to. Using a curling iron to re-curl a curly wig can help restore its original quality.

YOUR PERFECT HAIR! Tips about hair extansions!

Hello, my dear readers! I know many of you want to have hair volume and looking for some tips how to make it! today i want to you about hair extantion, If you have thin hair, hair extensions are probably your saviour for achieving voluminous, thick locks. We know it can be a little difficult to blend your hair extensions with thin hair - especially hiding the clips and wefts. So today, with the help of our vlogger Mim, we're going to give you some much needed top tips for using hair extensions with thin hair.
First up, we have a little trick that we like to call the twist. This helps disguise the shorter ends of your hair from appearing at the nape of the neck and giving away your natural hair. All you need to do is section off a your hair at the nape of your neck, from one side to the other Then simply twist your hair, and secure this in place against your head using a bobby pin. Then you can simply clip the wefts on to of ‘the twist' and your shorter, thin hair is hidden and long, voluminous hair is on show for all to see.
Another tip for using human hair extensions with thin hair is pretty simple - don't use all of the wefts from the Full Head Set. You're probably thinking what? I thought I need alllll of the hair for it to look natural? Well, thin haired ladies can get away with wearing fewer wefts as there isn't as much natural hair to conceal and/or blend with your hair extensions. So, figure out what hairstyle you're going to be wearing, then decide how many wefts you need for the hairstyle to appear natural.

Next up, we have a tip that's ah-mazing for adding some much needed volume and texture to your thin hair - as well as some grip for your hair extensions to hang on to. All of these factors can be infused into your hair with the help of one product - volumising dry shampoo! Yup, volumising dry shampoo really works to give thin hair a much need boost and what's even better? It's so quick and easy to use. So, if you find that your thin hair is a little limp and your hair extension clips have nothing to grip on to, simply spritz some volumising dry shampoo into your locks and massage - then get styling fellow thin haired beauties.
Next up, the back-combing tip. You might already be familiar with this one, but are you doing it the right way? To help disguise your wefts and clips, those of us with thin hair simply neeeed to backcomb. Be sure to focus on the root section of your hair to begin with and work downwards until you reach the wefts which are at the highest point on your head.
If you don't like backcombing but still need something for your hair to grip onto, don't worry - there is a super easy alternative that you can try. Crimping! Yup, using a mini crimper like Mim will add instant lift and texture to your roots so that your hair has a little extra grip for your hair extensions to grip onto.
Our final tip to blend hair extensions with thin hair from wholesale hair vendors is to curl them. Using a large barrelled curling tong, be sure to curl away from your face for an effortless, natural finish. Remember, the bigger section you take - the bigger the curl. Our go to styling tool to achieve this look is the Session Instant Heat Tong 32mm which is our absolute favourite for voluminous, bouncy curls.