SHORT WAVY GLUELESS WIGS FOR BEGINNERS
What are glueless wigs and why would you want one? Glueless wigs are exactly what they sound like - wigs that don't require glue to stay on your head. They usually come with some sort of built-in mechanism, like combs or straps, that help to keep them in place. The major benefit of wearing a glueless wig is they're easy to put on and take off and very comfortable to wear for extended periods of time.
How to put on glueless wigs for beginners
Putting on a wig can seem like a daunting task but they don't require any special skills or tools to apply. Follow these simple steps and you'll be ready to rock your new look in no time.
- First, start with clean, dry hair. If you have any oils or product build-up on your scalp, it will make it harder for the wig to stay in place.
- Next, brush your hair back into a neat ponytail or bun. If your hair is particularly long or thick, you may want to secure it with bobby pins. Then, put on a wig cap. This will help to keep your hair in place and create a smooth surface for the wig to cover
- When it comes to applying your wig without glue, we suggest using our handy, velvet wig grip band to better secure your wig in place.
To use our velvet wig grip band, all you have to do is view this short video:
What are the Benefits of Short Wavy Glueless Wigs for Beginners
Our glueless, lace front wig, is not only durable and allows you to make adjustments without any wig glue or adhesive, it's great for sporting low and messy ponytails. We often recommend our glueless wig caps to women who prefer the convenience of removing their wig at night as applying and removing it is easy. If you purchase one of our glueless, lace front wigs, you will enjoy the following:
- 6 inches of Swiss lace from the forehead to the crown, allowing you to part your wig in multiple directions.
- A stretchable and comfortable cap style with fine hand-tied wefts hand-knotted into the lace cap.
- 2 strategically placed combs on either side of your temple alongside adjustable straps and a black elastic band to keep it secure.
- Pre-cut baby hairs that are expertly designed to frame your face for a natural-looking hairline.
How to Care for Your Short Wavy, Glueless Wig For Beginners
Taking care of your wig doesn't have to be a hassle. With a few simple steps, you can keep your wig looking great and lasting longer.
Here's what you need to do:
- Brush your wig regularly with a soft-bristled brush to prevent tangles and keep it looking smooth.
- When you're not wearing your wig, store it on a mannequin head or in a protective bag to keep it from getting dusty or tangled.
- Deep condition your wig every few weeks to keep it hydrated and looking its best.
- Color Group
- 10 inches
- Texture Behavior
- Permanent Curls
- Processing Time
- 15 Days
- Maintenance Level
- Low - 7 minutes Daily
Proper Cleaning and Care Tips for Curly & Wavy Human Hair Wig
- Wet Brush Shower Detangler
- Mild Shampoo
- Sink with Running Water
- Knot Sealer
Gently remove tangles using a Wet Brush Shower Detangler
, working gradually from the ends to the root of the hair.
Warning: Shampoo should not be applied directly to the wig base. When product build-up accumulates, the knots of the hair system becomes fragile which causes excessive shedding.
- Place three tablespoons of Shampoo in a bowl or sink
- Add lukewarm water until the bowl or sink is half full.
- Gently mix the water and shampoo.
- Wash: Gently dip the system in the water, take it out, and repeat four times.
- Drain: The shampoo water; refill the bowl with clean lukewarm water.
- Rinse: Dip the wavy wig in the water until there are no traces of shampoo and the water is clear
Condition Your Human Hair Lace Wig
Drying your Human Hair Wig
- Gently pat and press the wig with a soft microfiber towel to remove excess water.
- Refrain from rubbing and twisting the tresses.
- Place the system on a Styrofoam head
- Allow to air dry
LARGE CURLS AND SOFT WAVY HAIR DAILY ROUTINE
What You Need
- Wide Tooth Comb
- Spray Bottle with Cool Water
- DevaCurl WaveMaker
Let's Get Started!
- Wet your hair with cold water.
- Use a wide-tooth comb or your fingers comb through your waves.
- Using a cream-based wavemaker scrunch the wavemaker into your hair starting from the ends and going upwards toward the roots.
- You can use a microfiber towel or a cotton t-shirt to dry your hair. Make sure to lightly dry the hair, as this will help reduce frizz. Do not use a cotton towel, as it will absorb too much moisture and damage the cuticles, causing more frizz.
- You can dry your hair in different ways, depending on how much time you have. If you have a lot of time, you can let your hair air dry. If you don't have a lot of time, or if you want more volume, you can use a diffuser to dry your hair.
- Occasionally spray a light oil to your hair, such as grapeseed or jojoba oil, to finish off the hair, maintain shine, and/ or tame flyaways.
A quick tip: Seal the knots between washing on your Lace Front Wig