How do you make a wig last all day?

September 28th, 2023

Discover the secret to keeping your wig looking flawless all day, even in bad weather. Say goodbye to messy hair and hello to a fresh, styled look that lasts. Find out how you can make your wig go the distance.
 Kirby by Rene of Paris in shade Frozen Mulberry

Synthetic Fiber Wigs

Synthetic wigs have style memory so whether your wig has perfect ringlets or sleek locks, you won’t need to worry about your hair losing shape in the rain or humidity. Wearing a freshly curled heat-friendly synthetic wig? A few spritzes of BeautiMark Flex-hold Hairspray will polish your look and provide extra protection on those windy days.

Synthetics do tend to tangle faster so it’s important to comb your wig throughout the day, focusing on the nape of your where it’s more prone to tangling. Keeping a wide tooth comb and a Travel Size Smooth Detangler in your purse is the most effective hack to combat pesky tangles.
Featured here: Kirby by Rene of Paris in shade Frozen Mulberry

Human Hair Wigs

Human hair wigs provide the ultimate realism, however they do require more upkeep. Wind and rain can be especially annoying when you’re trying to keep your perfectly curled or flat ironed tresses in place. Not to worry- the right styling products can make all the difference. 

For shorter styles, try Beautimark Shaping Crème to effortlessly sculpt your hair while leaving it soft and perfectly textured. For longer styles, prep your locks before you heat style using Jon Renau Blown Away Blow Dry Balm– its unique formula with UV Protection smooths the cuticle and controls flyaways.

An anti-humidity hairspray will help lock in your style and on especially windy days, consider pulling your hair back into a braid, low ponytail or hair clip. 
Obsession by Ellen Wille in shade Champagne Rooted
We hope these tips help keep your wig looking fresh from morning till night.

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