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How to Protect My Own Skin Scalp When Wearing A Wig

Although current human hair lace wigs can melt into your own natural skin scalp, there are some useful suggestions for you to protect your own skin scalp before it gets allergic or worse. Check it out here below:

1. Choose A Proper Size
Human hair wigs usually come in average size with some of which are equipped with 4 combs at ears, forehead and nape area and elastic hairband and velcro strip to adjust to larger or smaller within 6 inch. However, a wig with too small net cap can cause hair loss and breakage around the perimeter of the head. Have your head measured by a professional who specialist or do it yourself with a cloth tape running around your forehead to your ears then nape and backwards to the front.

2. Keep It Necessarily Clean
Wash your hair and message your skin scalp in schedule, be sure to apply enough shampoo and conditioner on your hair as you would normally to remove dirt, and bacteria off the hair and scalp.

3. Watch Out Your Hairline
Stocking caps protect your hair under wigs and keep your hair flat so that the wig does not look bulky, but they can cause breakage or dryness along the hairline. To prevent damage to your edges, slide the stocking cap behind the ear. Your hairline will be exposed, and you can use an Milano WiGrip to prevent damage in this area.

4. Avoid Adhesives As Much As You Can
If you have to use adhesive for a particular style, try to minimize how often you use the adhesive in order to prevent hair loss or breakage around the hairline.

5. Quit Your Wig For A Relax
Although wigs are super convenient, you should always quit your wig for a while to take care of our own hair such as regular trims and deep nutrition.

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