For wig wearers, no matter synthetic wigs or human hair wigs, you must have experienced the situation that there are little or many flyaways on your wig when going outside for a while and you become annoying and asks why my wig has flyaways and what should I do to get rid of them?
This can make the little rogue hairs hard to disguise or coax into a hairstyle, creating frizz.
A human hair wig remains has flyaways caused by frizzy, dry hair and chemical damage. Just like your natural hair, it is common that your wig becomes dry and tangled after wearing it for a couple of days without clean and proper hair care.
After that, let it air dry or blow dry by your hairdryer. Put it on a mannequin or in a silk bag for next use.
Except for regular washing, put on leave-in conditioner and hair oil for daily moisture when you go outside.
This method is a quick remedy for taming frizzy and short hair. If your lace front wig is exposed to the sun, put some hairspray to keep it damp and intact. But for a long-term good result, just do the proper hair care.
In this case, you can use a hair straightener to smooth it down after daily hair care.
For synthetic hair, we recommend using hair spray instead of a straightener. Hair spray is useful to add texture to a synthetic wig and slick down those flyaways.
Besides, it also works for taming baby hairs. The mascara wand is perfect for catching every stray hair. When you are down, leave it to dry for a minute and you’re ready to go!
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3. Use high-quality smooth hair products instead of chemical products