Before we turn you into a wig install expert, you need the 4-1-1 on lace front wigs. While you may think that these wigs are made with the delicate fabric used in clothing, it’s a bit more intricate than that. A lace front wigs has a fine sheer mesh at the front with strands of hair individually tied to it to emulate your natural hairline. As a result, you can style this wig away from your face, pull the hair of the wig back in half-up styles, and tuck it behind your ears without the wig cap being seen. Now, that's what we call a real game changer!
But to be honest, experts don’t recommend sleeping with wig on, because at night you may turn over and rub your hair back and forth with the pillow. Whether your wig is human hair or synthetic, it’ll be damaged by too much friction. Friction can deteriorate the fibers and cause a loss of hair over time. It also leads to tangles, frizz, and dryness, all of which are a pain.
To protect your front lace wig from friction, lay the hair flat against your head and pin or tie it into place. Then, wrap your head in a silk or satin scarf. This will keep your unit in place while also protecting it from friction.
So what should we do to protect the wig as much as possible? Here are a few tips.
1.Prepare your wig.
Before you lie down, you can braid your hair or ponytail, and then wrap your wig with a haircap so as to reduce the direct friction while sleeping.
2.A satin or silk pillow case will help a lot
You can also use satin or silk pillows or pillowcases, because its surface is very smooth, so that you can cut down the friction and protect your wig from tangling or being damaged.
3.Brush off all the tangles in the morning
Even if you have taken some measures to protect your wig, please comb your hair in the morning and detangle. Fix tangles in time will prevent hair from getting worse.
4.Give your wig break.
The wig also needs to be rested, so don’t take it to sleep too often. It’s better to have a replacement, which will extend the lifespand of wig.