Tips To Minimize Your Lace Wig Shedding


If you're like most women, you want to keep your hair looking its best. This means keeping up with regular haircuts and styling, as well as using the right products to keep your locks healthy and shiny. For black women, wearing a lace wig is a popular way to add length, volume, or style to our natural hair. However, lace wigs can also be expensive, so it's important to take care of them in order to get the most out of your investment. One issue that many women experience with lace wigs is shedding. In this blog post, we'll give you some tips on how to minimize shedding and keep your lace wig looking great for longer.

Lace wigs are a popular choice for women who want to add volume and length to their hair. Here are a few tips to help minimize your wig shedding:

1.When wearing your wig, make sure your wig is the correct size and fit. Make sure the base fits snugly against your scalp.  If it's too loose, it will move around. A wig that is too tight will also cause excessive shedding.

2.Avoid washing your wig with hot water. Hot water can damage the delicate fibers of the wig and cause it to shed more excessively. Instead, use cool or lukewarm water when washing your wig.

3.Be gentle when brushing your wig. Brushing too hard can also cause excessive shedding. Try using a wide-tooth comb instead of a brush, and take care when styling your hair.

4.Avoid exposing your lace wig to excessive heat or moisture. Excessive heat can damage the fibers of the wig, while excess moisture can cause the adhesive to weaken and lead to shedding.

5.Allow your wig to air dry after each wash - don't use heat styling tools on it, as this can damage the delicate fibers.

6.Use a good quality detangling spray or conditioner when washing your wig. This will help reduce tangles and knots, which can also lead to excessive shedding.

7.Avoid styling your lace wig too much. Curling or straightening the hair too often can cause it to become damaged and may lead to more shedding. Try to stick with styles that are low-maintenance instead.

8. Protect your lace wig when you’re not wearing it. I recommend storing it in a breathable mesh bag or wrapping it in a silk scarf. This will help keep it free from dust and other debris that can cause damage or excessive shedding.

Lace wig shedding is a common issue that many women to face. However, there are ways to minimize the amount of hair loss experienced with lace wigs. We hope this article has helped you understand the causes of shedding and how to take steps to prevent it. Have you tried any of these methods? Let us know in the comments below!