A Guide To Keep the Longevity of Hair

When purchasing your wig, your wish is for it to last as long as possible so that it can give you a higher value for your money.So 100% human hair or virgin hair is your first choice than synthetic fiber hair,as it has the better quality, If you purchase human hair, you have made a good decision in fact.
Generally, high-quality human hair wigs can last for up to 12 months. However, how long your wig lasts will depend on a number of factors.
Here are some of the factors that will determine how long your wig will last.

Hair material

The material used to make your wig also determines its durability. Wigs are typically made of human hair material or synthetic hair. As mentioned above, human hair wigs are generally more expensive than synthetic wigs.

That’s because human hair wigs require a little more expertise and time to produce and they also give a more natural look than synthetic wigs. Human hair wigs last longer than synthetic wigs. They can even last more than a year even if you wear them every day so long as you take proper care of them.

High Density

There are normally 130%, 150%, 180% ,200% ,220% ,250% density hair wigs in whole marketing. The higher density hair wig you wear, the Longevity of hair you will get, just as our own virgin hair is shedding everyday, and if you comb or style by flat iron for one hair wig, it will also cause shedding, so full density hair is essential.

The texture of the hair

The texture of your wig is also another factor that will determine how long your wig will last. Straight wigs tend to last longer than curly human hair wigs. While curly wigs are pretty popular, but the curly hairstyle, especially compact curly hairstyles with higher treatment may not last long because the treatment can potentially damage the wig, thus affecting its lifespan.


The color of the hair

 Natural black color hairs generally last longer compared to colored hairs. This is because natural black color requires less processing than colored wigs. So this can affect the lifespan of the wig. However, with proper care, the colored hairs can last for about one year.

How often you wear the wig

It is no secret that how often you wear your wig can impact its lifespan. So, the more you wear your wig, the more you will have to wash it, and this can impact its lifespan. This is why it is advisable to have at least 2-4 different types of hairs to allow you to alternate wears every day. Of course, the quantity of hairs depends on your whole budget.

Correct Care hair

Use lukewarm water to wash your hair.
Do your best to avoid washing your hair with hot water. Hot water can strip your hair of protective oils that serve as a natural conditioner. So, lock in that shine by washing your hair with lukewarm water.

Brush your hair with a comb when it’s wet.
A wide-tooth comb is the best way to remove any knots post-showering. A brush often snags and pulls your hair, causing it to break and become damaged, so use a comb and start at the bottom of your hair, working your way up. With wet state, please choose good quality shampoo and hair conditioner


Let your hair air dry rather than using a blow dryer.
Blow dryers are a fast way to dry your hair, but the heat from the dryer can damage hair follicles and lead to dry, damaged hair. Allow your hair to air dry when possible, but if you need to use a blow dryer, stick to one that has a cool setting.

Trim your hair regularly to keep it healthy.
Hair is prone to split ends, and if you go long periods of time without cutting your hair, it can look damaged and unhealthy. Try to give your hair a trim every 6 months or so, and if you’re really prone to split ends, trim your hair every 6 weeks.

All in all, sometimes the lifespan of your human hair wig gets determined by how you store it. To keep your wig in good shape, you should store your wig on a wig stand or Styrofoam head. You should also keep your wig away from a heat source to avoid drying out and becoming dull. Remove tangles from your hair before storing it to keep it in good shape for the next time you wear it.


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