Follow These Rules If You Want Your Human Hair Wig to Last

Follow These Rules If You Want Your Human Hair Wig to Last

There are a few things in life that are certain: death, taxes, and the fact that human hair wigs are expensive, honey (we’re talking anywhere from $200 to upwards of $1000). So chances are if you’re investing in a new piece, you probably don’t want to have to buy another one for a long time — at least not in this economy.

That’s why we tapped master celebrity hairstylist and author of Get Out of Your Own Way Monaé Everett to help you learn how to care for your wig, so you can get as much wear out of it as possible.

But before we get into the nitty-gritty, it’s important to have realistic expectations of how long your wig can actually last.

“Human hair wigs should last a minimum of a year,” Everett shares. “Wigs that have been chemically altered through bleaching and perming to create a curl pattern tend to fall apart faster. Higher quality and better cared for wigs can last for two to four years.”

Now that that’s settled, let’s get into wig care. […]

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