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Old 12-02-2019, 03:08 AM
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Curling your wig is a great way to achieve a cute new style at little to no cost. But if you care about your wig, you likely want to avoid frying it with hot tools.Safely and responsibly curl any type of Full Lace Front Wigs without heat damage by following a few tips.

Brush first.
First, brush your Brazilian Hair with a wig brush or wide-tooth comb to remove any tangles. This ensures that youíll get a nice, smooth curl without any snags, which can cause breakage.

Use a heat protectant.
If youíre curling a Brazilian Curly Hair, itís generally safe to apply heat. Still, you donít want to fry the hair or damage it over time.

Never heat-style wet hair.
Wet hair is much, much more vulnerable to heat damage than dry hair. Applying hot tools to wet or damp hair is just asking for fried, burned hair. Always wait until your hair is 100% dry before applying heat.

Check the label for synthetic hair.
Yes, it is possible to curl a synthetic wig. But you should never attempt to use hot tools, like a curling iron, on a synthetic wig Ė unless the label specifically says that the wig can tolerate heat. If not, you can use foam rollers to curl the wig using the method below.

Use rollers.
Rollers, curling irons, dowels, and flat-irons can all be used to create a curl in the hair. Rollers, however, are the easiest way to create a curl without applying too much (or any!) heat to the hair.

Start with low heat.
If you use a hot tool, like a curling iron or flat iron, to curl your hair, make sure to start with a lower temperature. The temperature should be just high enough to create a curl. For a curling iron, 180 degrees Fahrenheit is a good starting point. For a flat-iron, 250 degrees Fahrenheit should work.

Do a heat test.
Additionally, you should do a heat test on a less-visible part of the wig if youíre worried about the heat damaging the strands. Try using a patch on the base of the neck or in an under-layer of the hair. If that goes well, you can move forward with the rest of the wig.

Donít apply heat for too long.
If youíre using a blow dryer, aim it onto each section of hair for no longer than 60 seconds at a time. The longer you apply heat, the more damage you can cause!

If youíre using a curling iron or flat iron, never let the hair stay sitting on the source of heat. Hold the hair to the iron for as long as it takes to create a curl Ė up to 10 seconds with a curling iron Ė and then remove it.

Apply hairspray.
Another great way to avoid heat damage? Getting things right the first time so that you donít have to keep re-curling the hair over and over! To keep your curls for longer, pin each curl into place against your head and apply plenty of hair spray to hold the style.


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