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Wig 101 | Wig Accessories Must Haves

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Must Have Wig Accessories 

If you are buying yourself a wig for the first time, choosing the right accessories can be pretty challenging, and we are here to teach you some ropes of the game. This article will provide a list of low-cost accessories that are amazingly effective in achieving a natural-looking wig and increasing your new hair lifespan. 

Wig Cap:

A wig cap is an essential tool to help keep the wig on and protect natural hair. It is also very helpful to keep all those shorter hairs around your forehead and neck invisible, especially if your wig is a different color from your natural hair. Also, it is really important that your natural hair is as flat to your head as possible, so it’s much easier to spread your natural hair around the head once concealed with a wig cap. So, wig caps can be a great way to make you feel more comfortable and improve the way your wig looks on your head! 

Headband:

This is an alternative to the wig cap, which helps create even more comfortable barrier between your scalp and the wig. It not only provides a level of comfort but helps to keep your wig from sliding back on your head. It has a soft feel, making it perfect for bald scalps. 

Wig Stand:

When you buy a wig, you are not going to wear it 24/7, and this means that whenever the wig isn’t on your head, it has to be somewhere, and this somewhere is the wig stand, which is meant for keeping the structure of the wig hair when not in use. It is also beneficial to have a wig stand for styling as it helps the wig to fall as it would naturally, allowing for accurate styling.  

Comb and Brushes:

Synthetic wigs are prone to tangling, so it is extremely important to brush your wig on a regular basis. This allows you to get rid of any knots that can build up and grow over time. Start from the bottom of the hair and gently work your way up to the crown, using the wide-tooth comb like Jon Renau's Wide Tooth Comb. Use wire wig brushes for styling. These brushes are great for being gentle on your wig while allowing you to style it in the way you want and help you to create a wonderfully smooth look. 

Travel Bags:

While traveling, it is essential that you store your hair wig in a wig bag. This way, no damage occurs to it during transportation. 

Sprays: 

You bought the wig to give yourself a different look, and you might want to style this differently, so here sprays play a big role. For instance, John Renau’s leave-in conditioner protects the beauty and prolongs the life of synthetic wigs. If you need a holding spay, JR Fiber Love Wig holding spay provides long-lasting hold while brushing out easily. Depending on the purpose Jon Renau brand has a variety of products to choose from. 

Shampoo and Conditioner:

With purchasing various wigs' accessories, you must also invest in a shampoo and conditioner made especially for washing wig hair. When buying products for cleaning your wig, you should know that there are special ones for it, because regular shampoo and conditioners have many chemicals in them that may damage the texture of your wig. 

Adhesives:

One can use these to create an extra grip as it helps to put your wig in its place. Not only it keeps your unit secure, it also helps the material of a lace frontal “melt” into your skin so it can look more natural. You won’t have to worry about a rainy day loosening your wig from your head with Ustar Lace Wig Glue. 

Wig Wand:

A soft, fluffy brush that contains anti-shine powder within the brush pouf and is perfect for removing shine from synthetic wigs. If you prefer to have less shine on your wig and give it a more natural appearance, this innovative product is a no-brainer for you! 

Improving the life of your wig is in your own hands, so just accessorize your wig well!  

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