Lauren Mugnaia
Registered On: November 1, 2021
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Hi Jennifer,

I haven’t read through the replies you’ve already received, so please forgive me if this may repeat some of what they’ve already said.

First I fill a sink with lukewarm water and some wig shampoo. I gently swirl the wig through the water and let it sit for five minutes. Then I drain that water, rinse the sink out, place the wig hair side down and fill the sink with clean lukewarm water and rinse the wig. Next I repeat the first part but use a wig conditioner, again gently swirling the hairs in the solution and leaving it for five minutes. I then rinse it again in lukewarm water making sure all the conditioner has been rinsed out.

I then lay it on a thick towel and roll it up in the towel to remove most of the moisture. The wig then goes on a wig stand – not one of those styrofoam heads, but a real wig stand. I let it air dry for an hour and give it a gentle shake. The following morning all it need is a bit of combing with a wig comb and she’s ready to go for the week.


Ms. Lauren M

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