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How to Create Waves to a Human Hair Wig?

Human hair wigs give you the styling versatility to change your hairstyle. Go from straight one day to wavy and voluminous the next. Using a curling iron is the most common tool used to create waves, but have you tried adding waves to your human hair wig using the diffuser attachment on your hairdryer? This method is not as well known, but using this technique gives you the most natural, beachy waves. And, we're here to show you how to achieve the ever-popular loose wave look!

To properly style wave hair wigs or hairpiece for volume and beach wave wigs, and create natural beach wave wigs for added. Here's the way to Create waves hair wig on Your Human Hair Wigs:

  1. Use T-pins to help your Styling Station
  2. Moisture Your Human Hair Wig with Water
  3. Use A Wide-tooth Comb To Remove Tangles Gently
  4. Spray Gel For Styling Waves Hair Wig Look
  5. Loosely Section The Hair
  6. Set Your Blow Dryer Speed To Low To Protect The Hair Against Fly away
  7. Take Your Beach Wave Wigs On The Go

First, let's gather our styling tools. You'll need:
- The canvas block head kit, which includes a wig clamp and T-pins
- Wide tooth comb
- Water in a spray bottle
- BeautiMark's 3-in-1 Miracle Protect
- BeautiMark's Velvet Spray Gel
- Hairdryer with a hair diffuser attachment

(A hair diffuser attachment allows the airflow to disperse through a wider area instead of a concentrated nozzle. What a hair diffuser does is helps dry curls and waves without disturbing the curl pattern.)
- Finishing hairspray

We have done preparation well before Creating Waves Hair Wig, Let's Get Started with the right theme!

How To Create Waves To A Human Hair Wig

1. Set Up Your Styling Station

Use the T-pins to pin your wig to your canvas block head. Ensure you do not pierce any lace, as this will damage the delicate material. Instead, we recommend placing the pins through the velvet material of the ear tabs and nape.

2. Saturate Hair with Water

Use a spray bottle to saturate all the hair with water. Spray and work into hair until the hair is thoroughly wet but not dripping.

3. Detangle

Unlike synthetic wigs, human hair is processed and colored, so the hair can tend to get dry. Give your human hair the extra love it needs by applying BeautiMark's 3-in-1 Miracle Protect before styling. This spray will detangle, moisturize, and provide heat protection to human hair wigs. Spray the 3-in-1 Miracle Protect before combing to help make detangling easier, but make sure to focus the spray on the hair and not the cap. Use a wide-tooth comb to remove tangles gently. Start detangling at the ends and work your way up to the roots while being careful around the cap and delicate features. For tough tangles, add more 3-in-1 Miracle Protect spray.

4. Spray Gel

We recommend using BeautiMark's Velvet Spray Gel to get a medium hold with minimal product for this beach wave look ! Start by spraying a few squirts of Spray Gel in your palm and then warm between your hands. Then, start running your hands throughout the wig where you want your waves. We recommend focusing the product 1-2" below the top of the cap or root. For a cohesive look, we recommend applying the product all over your piece.

5. Scrunch Away

Loosely section the hair. Starting at the ends of the hair in one section, start scrunching the hair in your hands. Then, work your way to the roots of the hair. If you want tighter waves, add more Velvet Spray Gel until you achieve your desired wave pattern. Move and scrunch through all sections of the hair until you reach your perfect beachy waves.

6. Let's Diffuse

With the hair diffuser attachment added to your blow dryer, set your speed to low and your heat setting to warm/medium. Collect a manageable section of hair in your hand. Turn on the blow dryer and direct the diffuser's airflow to follow the direction of the hair towards the ends. Note: if you place your blow dryer against the hair shaft, you will create flyaways. Hold the dryer in place for only a few seconds. Once hair is dry, repeat the process throughout the other sections of the hair until you've covered the entire wig

Note: Hairdryer settings will vary depending on your hairdryer. We recommend starting low and slow. Turn your speed up if your hairdryer has very low airflow or once you have the hairdryer diffuser technique down.

7. Set & Go

Finish off your look with a light mist of hairspray to keep your waves in place all day. Now you're ready to take your beach waves on the go! 


You Can Get Various beautiful Styles With Human Hair Wigs, Obey these 7 steps to achieve a wavy and bouncy look using the technique on your hairdryer diffuser. We hope this article is helpful so you can learn ideal instructions for your needs, Good Luck!

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Additional Resource About Creating Wave/Curl To Human Hair Wigs:

Q: How can you curl a wig without damaging it?

A: Don't apply heat for too long. The longer you apply heat, the more damage you can cause! If you're using a curling iron or flat iron, never let the hair stay sitting on the source of heat. Hold the hair to the iron for as long as it takes to create a curl – up to 10 seconds with a curling iron – and then remove it. Abstract from Quora

Q: How can you curl your hair without heat damage and without using a curling iron or a blow dryer?

A: Cold curl it from wet. After washing your hair, towel dry. Then apply your usual styling lotion or mousse. Wrap hair round curlers or twist round rags or rods and secure in place (use a hair net if this helps). Leave in place until hair dries naturally. Then remove net and curlers and ‘finish’ your style. From Quora

Q: What is the highest temperature at which curling irons or hair straighteners can be used that won't cause long-term damage to hair?

A: Temperature of thermal tools depends on the density of the hair. Fine hair will require 300 to 350 degrees. Medium hair requires 350 to 400 degrees, and coarse hair requires 400 to 450 degrees. Using the appropriate thermal protectant product on your hair before hand will prevent damage to the hair. Source From Quora.

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