How to Sleep in Your 4x4 Closure Wig

Discussion in 'Counter Strike' started by mslynn, Jan 17, 2022.

  1. It's understandable to sleep in your Closure Wig at night, but you need to take good care of it to avoid hair messing and tangling, especially for the human hair lace wigs we bought with a lot of money.

    It’s very possible to sleep in your Closure Wigs without damaging the hair, as long as you don’t do so on an everyday basis. When you know removing it before you doze off just ain’t gonna happen, follow these tips to protect your wig during sleep.

    Wrap your head
    Whether your 4x4 Lace 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.

    Sleep on a silk or satin pillowcase
    Invest in a silk or satin pillowcase for your own bed. That way, if your scarf does slip off during the night, your 4x4 Closure Wig will still be protected from friction and frizz.

    Brush your wig thoroughly in the morning
    When you wake up, you may or may not have a serious case of bedhead. Carefully brush or comb your wig to remove any tangles that may have formed overnight. This will prevent the hair from matting or frizzing over the course of the rest of the day. If your hair looks flat in some areas, use a little water, leave-in conditioner or wig spray and gently fluff it.

    When you wake up in the morning, please don’t be surprised by your mess hair. Use a wide-tooth comb or paddle brush to comb it gently and make sure there is no knots, this will prevent your wig from matting and shedding at day. If it is a little dry, apply some water, leave-in conditioner or wig spray to moisturize it and keep it shiny.

    Give your wig a break
    Try not to sleep in your wig often. Over time, all that friction will lead to split ends, frizz, tangles, matting, and other issues. In short, it’ll shorten the lifespan of your wig. It’s not worth it!

    Buy a sleeping wig
    Do you regularly doze off with your wig on and/or find yourself reluctant to take your wig off at bedtime? Consider investing in a sleeping wig, which is especially designed to withstand being worn all night long. Many women have both a sleeping wig and a daytime wig; that way, both wigs can maintain maximum longevity.

    I hope you have found this guide useful. If you need any more help just let us know either by visit www.mslynnhair.com
     

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