Wearing a wig every day can take some getting used to, especially if you’re not used to having your hair styled every day. It can be tempting to throw on your favorite cap or beanie when it’s time to start your day but to pull off wearing a wig every day, you have to treat it as you would any other part of your style routine. These tips will help you figure out how to wear a wig every day and get the most out of your wig-wearing experience.
Make Sure Your Wig Is The Right Size
When it comes to wearing a wig, size is crucial! Depending on the brand and style of the wig, it can be easy to find one that fits your head perfectly. However, some may need to consider alterations. It’s important to buy a wig that will fit snugly on your head— if it’s too loose, you’ll likely have problems with slipping or an uncomfortable fit. Instead of wearing the wrong size all the time, try shopping for one that fits correctly from the start.
Store Your Wig Safely
A good wig is an investment, so don’t ruin yours by storing your wig incorrectly. Depending on the style of your wig, you may want to keep it in its original package, or you may be able to use other means like hangers and boxes. But what about when you’re ready to wear the wig? It is okay to wear the same wig every day with no problems. However, you should also remember that wigs can get dirty and occasionally require washing, like your own hair. When washing your wig, always use appropriate products and leave your hair as dry as possible before storing it.
Don’t Sleep In Your Wig
Hair loss can be emotionally distressing for anyone, and wearing a wig allows your hair to breathe and rest. You might think sleeping in your wig is the easiest way to get used to having hair in your life again. But sleeping in a wig may damage your hair. Depending on the style of your wig, you can wake up with dents and indents where the wig has become misshapen. Even if there are no visible signs of wear, sleeping in your wig stresses the glue and the unit’s structure. It is important to remember that you can keep your wigs for their expected lives or even longer with proper care.