Wig shedding is one of the main concerns for wig wearers. But shedding is quite normal and can be expected. Minimal shedding is acceptable, while excessive shedding may mean that the 13x4 Lace Wig is poorly made. With proper maintenance and daily care, shedding can be stopped, and the lifespan of the wig will also be prolonged.

Tip 1 Don’t Not Scratch Your Head and Use Knot Sealer
13x4 Lace Frontal is hand tied, which means its hair at the lase base can be quite fragile. To keep the hair from shedding, the wig needs tender care. Try not to scratch your head while wearing a wig, this may loosen the hair knots on the wig, contributing to hair loss.

Tip 2 Proper Combing Technique
Combing is quite important to keep the 13x4 Lace Front Wigs tangle free, but over combing or using the wrong comb can also lead to hair shedding. When combing the hair, the best tool to use is the paddle-type comb with wider teeth. When combing the hair, the direction is crucial as well. It is recommended to comb the hair in small sections from tip to root. What’s more important, never comb the hair wig when it’s wet. Be sure to comb the hair thoroughly and gently, but never excessively.

Tip 3 Minimize Heat Styling
Although many 13x4 Lace Frontal Wig are made to be acceptable with heat styling tools, it is always right to make sure these tools are on low temperature. Also, reduce the frequent use of heat styling tools, like curlers and flat irons. Excessive heat will increase hair shedding or even worse, damage the hair wig.

Tip 4 Use Mild Hair Care Products
Except for moisturizing your lace wig on a regular basis to keep it from dryness, you should aslo be cautious on choosing hair care products, go easy on chemicals. Avoid using products that contain chemicals or alcohol, these products do no help to hair care, but only leads to hair shedding and dryness. They can destroy the hair cuticles or even damage the lace base of the wig.

Tip 5 Do Not Wear A Wig to Sleep
Sleeping in your wigs is generally not recommended, it will cause tangles, frizz or dryness to the wig. So, remove your wig before go to bed is the right choice. There are a few ways to allow you to sleep in your wig without damaging your wig, but, the process is much more tedious than simply taking off your wig.

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