Thursday, June 2, 2011

Human Hair Wigs

Perhaps you have worn synthetic wigs before, and you want to try a human hair wig...
What are the benefits?
• last longer than synthetic
• the hair looks the most natural... because it is!
• the wig moves like your own hair
• you can cut and heat style the wig just like your own hair

There's no doubt, a human hair wig is luxurious and a great investment.

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Lace Front Wigs can help you avoid this!!!

A HOT MESS! Naomi Campbell was spotted by a photographer with an unsightly but common hair condition - tension alopecia (this is very common).

Tension alopecia like Naomi's can result from too many months (or years) wearing tight ponytails, braids, braid-in and glue-in weaves as well as wigs that require harsh adhesives (with out the proper remover). Those adhesives and weaves may feel more secure at the time, but look at what they can lead to! A hot mess and that's no secret.

Poor Naomi. She does not have a clue. The fashion industry is tough - especially for a hot commodity working model like Naomi Campbell. Models are always having to do and re-do hair for photo shoots and shows as stylists are constantly in their hair. Don't worry Naomi... your hair will grow back in time. Just be gentle with it and good to your scalp! No more glue-ins or sew-in extensions for you. Try lace front wigs that Do NOT require tape or adhesive.

Sunday, May 9, 2010

Swimming In Your Lace Wig

Its May and it is about to get really hot. I know many of you ladies would to take a nice cool dip in the pool but you are afraid of the damage swimming will cause on your lace wig or lace front wig. Here are some tips to help you manage swimming in your lace.

Protecting Your Hair In The Water

1. Detangle with wide tooth comb then go over with a loop brush
2. Spray hair with a water bottle
3. Add Leave in Conditioner diluted with water
4. Braid a Single braid or Two
5. Tie the ends with rubber bands to keep the braid secure
6. After pool exposure rinse with water
7. Remove Braids
8. Detangle with wide tooth comb
9. Rinse hair thoroughly
10. Condition with a hydrating deep conditioner hair
11. Use a clarifying shampoo to remove pollutants from the

Monday, February 8, 2010

Tips For Shampooing Your Unit.

• Wide tooth Comb
• Paddle Brush
• Sulfate Free Shampoo
• Conditioner
• Deep Conditioner

It is important to keep All our textures moisturized. Why you ask? The hair is no longer receiving the natural oils it once received from the donor’s head. When hair loses its moisture it will begin to dry our and split at the ends. Split ends can transform your beautiful wig from 20 inches to 14-16 inches in due time! Dry hair looks rough and damaged but hydrated hair looks healthy and beautiful!
First Grab Your Comb & Brush!

You can de-tangle in smaller sections(recommended) or larger sections if you prefer. But please note that if you have not de-tangled properly shedding and matting will occur. After your hair is brushed out you can now begin to wash! Please Do Not Detangle With A Fine Tooth Comb!

You cannot just wash your hair with anything! No Sulfate’s! & Please Chose Washing Agents that have Moisturizing Benefits.

It is VITAL to your lace wig hair that you use a Sodium Laureth Sulfate Free Shampoo! Shampoo’s that contain will DRY OUT YOUR HAIR! SLS is used in a lot of household cleaners and detergents. Around the house it is good get the oils off of counter surfaces but you should never want to strip hair of its own natural oils. If you feel that your hair has a lot of product buildup don’t resort to a harsh cleanser! Choose a Clarifying Shampoo or Do a ACV rinse (Apple Cider Vinegar) which is a cheaper option. Some women don’t like the smell so a clarifying shampoo works just as good. ACV rinses are based on a small part apple cider vinegar such as 1/4 a cup to a larger part 2 cups of water. ACV rinses are best done as the last step in your washing regime because they help lock in moisture. If done correctly your hair will feel very soft. You should condition before you do a ACV rinse. A conditioner rich in glycerin or “good” oils is best when deciding what kind of conditioner to get.


Glycerin is a humectants that retains moisture in hair and skin. When using glycerin based products on your unit. These Products that contain glycerin also contain other commonly known moisturizing products. Coconut Oil, Soybean Oil, Shea Butter, and Aloe Vera. Being one of the first five ingredients listed in our conditioner. You can make a leave in conditioner by diluting this conditioner with water and storing in a spray bottle for easy everyday use. This everyday mix can be used on all our textures to maintain moisture in the hair.

Deep Conditioners!

Deep conditioners & Silicon Mix are used after about 2 weeks after you receive your wig. They can be done once week depending on the type of results you would like your hair to have. Conditioners like this REVIVE the hair so should only be used when needed. Deep conditioners should contain the same ingredients as regular conditioners. Below is a descriptive list of what you want in a conditioner and what you don’t want. Silicon mix is a Dominican hair product famous for the way it silkens and softens the hair it is used in many Dominican salons. Like a deep conditioner it should only be used when needed and NOT everyday!

After DeTangling…Begin Washing!

1. When washing fill a bucket or sink with cool water.
2. Put desired amount of shampoo in the sink or bucket.
3. Let Sit for 15-30 mins.
4. Rinse the unit holding it by the hair and not inside the cap.
5. Fill Water in sink or bucket again.
6. Put desired amount of conditioner in the sink or bucket.
7. Let sit for 15-30 minutes.
8. Rinse the unit holding it by the hair and not inside the cap.
10. Let air dry.