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Reseller program Chinese Virgin full lace wig

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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CARE INSTRUCTIONS FOR LACE WIGS


Please note that you must not bleach Indian Remy hair. Remy hair has been processed beforehand and by over processing the hair, you can damage it and cause hair matting, tangling and hair breakage for which we are not liable.
Virgin hair and Remy can be curled and flat ironed.
Indian Remy hair can be dyed darker but not bleached to obtain a lighter colour. Bear in mind that dying Remy or Virgin hair will affect the hair quality by triggering hair shedding, hair breakage and hair matting. It is likely that you won’t obtain the expected hair colour when dying Remy hair. If you still wish to dye the hair, we recommend by first trying on a small strand of hair and wait for the result. Our company is not responsible for the outcome if you over process the hair.  100% Virgin unprocessed hair such as Indian, Brazilian, Peruvian, Mongolian, Chinese....etc can be successfully dyed or bleached if the hair has kept it's original natural off black / dark brown hair colour but there is still a risk in the hair quality altering.
Please note that heavily processed hair such as very light hair colours (eg: #4, 6,#8, #613, #27, #33, #22, #14, 99J etc…) can become dry and tangle after a while, so we recommend the daily use of daily a hair serum such as John Frieda Frizz Ease.

VIRGIN HAIR
Means that the hair has an unprocessed hair colour and/or an unprocessed hair texture.

All our natural colour Virgin hair which comes with a loose wave, natural wave, loose curl, natural curl, body wave, wavy, and a deep wave and curly hair texture is semi-processed for the curls and has kept their natural colour.

Only the straight hair texture is 100% Virgin Unprocessed. All hair textures can still be bleached or dyed with care. Please be aware that in some cases, the curls can loosen or turn straight during the dying/bleaching process. The hair is also likely to become dry afterwards and if no proper care is taken, it can also start matting.

DYING/BLEACHING HAIR
Please ask a professional to dye or bleach your hair extensions / wigs/ hair pieces and if before dying or bleaching the hair, you feel that the hair is fragile or very dry and is matting and tangling or/ and you are aware of the fact that the hair has been previously dyed or bleached DO NOT DYE OR BLEACH it in anyway as it will worsen the current state of the hair.
DO NOT BLEACH hair that has been previously dyed or bleached !!!!

VIRGIN HAIR
Before being processed it was 100% pure Virgin but once it has been dyed, bleached, and permed by you or by the manufacturer, the hair is no longer virgin and is likely to become dry, to matt and to tangle if no proper care is taken.

ETHNIC HAIR TEXTURES
need more maintenance than a silky straight texture such as applying serum and braiding the hair at night if you intend to sleep still wearing your wig on. Ethnic hair can be curled but we recommend applying more holding spray for the curls to last

YAKI STRAIGHT is a hair texture that has been processed in order to mimic chemically relaxed Afro-Caribbean hair. This hair is much coarser than a silky straight texture and doesn’t hold curls very well.
LIGHT YAKI is a similar hair texture to the yaki straight but finer.
 It is suitable for Afro-Caribbeans who wish to have a hair texture that is finer than a yaki straight and coarser than a silky straight. This hair has been processed in order to slightly mimic a chemically relaxed Afro-Caribbean hair. This hair will hold and curl better than a yaki straight but the curls will not last for a long time.
ITALIAN YAKI is a hair texture that has been processed in order to mimic blow-dried Afro-Caribbean hair.
This hair is less coarse than the kinky straight and doesn’t keep curls in place very well.
KINKY STRAIGHT is a hair texture that has been processed in order to mimic blow-dried Afro-Caribbean hair.
This hair is much coarser than a yaki straight and Italian yaki and doesn’t keep curls in place  very well.

CLIPS / COMBS ON WIGS AND HAIR PIECES
Whilst it is common practice to put combs or clips on hair pieces and on wigs to secure it onto your head, we need to warn you that the combs /clips are likely to break and damage your own hair over time and we recommend that you avoid using them where possible.

CARING FOR CURLY HAIR
Just like natural curly hair, curly and wavy lace wigs require tender love and care. Caring for a curly or wavy lace wig can be a daunting task for some, so please read these notes carefully. If you do not care for your unit properly, it will not look good and you may cause irreversible damage to it! We cannot be held repsonsible for any damage that you cause to your unit as a result of improper care.

NEVER, EVER comb or brush curly lace wigs!
Wet the hair and spray a mixture of shampoo (use one that is for coloured/dyed hair) and water onto the hair. Leave on for 1-2 minutes.
Rinse the hair. DO NOT swish it around in the water and DO NOT wash it upside down, as this may cause matting and tangling.
Apply a generous amount of conditioner (preferably Silicon Mix intensive treatment) and finger-comb the hair - pull your fingers through it gently, starting at the ends and gently working your way up. If there are any tangled areas, apply more conditioner to these areas and finger-comb again. Then rinse.
.To deep-condition, put the unit in a plastic bag and wrap in a heat pack, and this in turn into a towel. Let it sit for half an hour, then rinse.
.NEVER brush curly or wavy hair, as the hair will frizz. You may use a Denman brush on this hair when it is wet, as it accentuates the curl pattern
give this hair regular treatments with Silicon Mix conditioner.
DO use a leave in curl cream such as Silicon Mix Leave-in Conditioner after washing to bring out the curl definition.
DO moisturize this hair lightly every day by spritzing it with a mixture of 70%water and 30% glycerine. This will refresh the curls and keep the hair moisturized.
DO NOT use heavy greasy products on this hair!

DO NOT flatiron or press it too often, as this will diminish the curl pattern over time. Always use a low heat setting when you flat-iron or curl the hair. DO NOT use heat on your wig if it is of a lighter colour (colour #4 or lighter) and a texture other than silky straight. Because the hair has been processed heavily to achieve this colour and texture, it may damage if you use heat on it. Remember, human hair is fragile!

CARING FOR STRAIGHT LACE WIGS
(silky straight, light yaki, yaki, relaxed texture, kinky straight, Chinese Virgin Remy)

The rules for caring for straight textures are very similar to the rules described above for curly/wavy wigs. The main difference is that you can comb straight hair when it is wet as well as when it is dry. Also, you should apply an anti-frizz serum (e.g. John Frieda Frizz-Ease serum) to the hair after washing it, to keep it smooth.
DO NOT blow-dry or hood-dry your wig - ALWAYS AIR-DRY. Blow drying will shrink the lace as well as cause potential damage to the knots and hair.
DO NOT comb the hair too vigorously, as it will shed. Particularly when it is wet, the hair is more prone to shedding because its diameter shrinks when it is wet and the knots loosen slightly. Save the majority of the combing for when the hair is dry.
A Denman brush is an extremely valuable tool for this hair!

WASHING AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS:
PLEASE USE ONLY A SULFATE FREE SHAMPOO IN ORDER TO KEEP THE HAIR HEALTHY. 
IF YOU WISH TO BE ABLE TO RE-USE THE HAIR AND TO KEEP IT AS LONG AS POSSIBLE IN A HEALTHY CONDITION, WE RECOMMEND THAT YOU USE WEEKLY, ONLY SILICON MIX HAIR TREATMENT AND WATER TO CLEAN IT. SULFATE FREE SHAMPOO CAN BE USED EVERY 4 TO 6 WEEKS.

- We recommend washing your wig / hair once a week to keep it fresh and looking good.
- Refresh curly hair by spraying water and applying a little bit of John Frieda Anti-frizz strength formula on the wet hair.
Avoid applying too much oily product on the hair which will make it looks heavy. Don’t apply hair products from the roots to avoid hair shedding

- It is not recommended to put excessive heat on the hair of your wig as it will damage it in the same way as it will damage your own hair if you put excessive heat on it.

- Before using the straightener or the curling iron, please apply a heat protective serum on the hair and make sure the heat setting is moderate otherwise it will damage the hair

- Detangle the hair before washing, starting from the tips of the hair and going slowly upward near the roots (It is not recommended to comb wet hair. The only exception to it, is if you comb the hair when it is completely under the water.

- Regarding curly/wavy hair, use your fingers to separate the curls. Comb and detangle the hair when it is dry, before washing it).

- Before washing the hair, detangle it, spray water into the dry hair and put it slowly into a basin full of luke warm water already mixed with shampoo. When washing the hair place the hair under the water and remove it several times. Do not wring or twist.
- Rinse the wig in clean water, exactly as already stated above, by submerging the hair under the water and taking it out of the water several times. Do not wring or twist. Towel dry the wig.
-  If you wish to deep condition the hair of the wig, you should apply Silicon Mix Intensive Hair conditioner which is one of the best hair treatments in the market. The Silicon Mix intensive hair conditioner should be applied on wet hair, previously washed/shampooed and towel dried.
After applying the conditioner, comb the hair starting from the bottom and moving slowly upward to detangle it if required. 

Place the wig in a zip bag and leave it in the zip bag in a warm place for 1 hour minimum or overnight. The longer you leave the hair in the zip bag, the better it is as the Silicon Mix treatment will make the hair softer and nicer. Once the time period has lapsed, remove the hair from the zip bag.

When rinsing the hair,DO NOT swish it around in the water and DO NOT wash it upside down, as this may cause matting and tangling.Rinse the wig in a basin full of lukewarm water by placing it, in and out of the water no more twice. Do not rinse out the conditioner completely so that some of it stays on the hair in order to leave the hair soft while it dries. Towel dry the hair.

- Hang the hair on the mannequin head or hair stand and let it air dry naturally. Avoid using a hairdryer if possible but you can occasionally use a hairdryer on a low setting. Leaving your hair to air dry naturally will improve or maintain the softness and the natural gloss of the hair.

If your wig has wavy or curly hair, it is recommended to use a little bit of John Frieda Anti-frizz strength formula serum on wet hair to activate the wave/curl of the hair.
Silicon Mix leave in conditioner is also a good product to use on dry hair, 2 or 3 times a week if you don’t have John Frieda serum.

- Curly hair will look more defined if air dry

NEVER brush curly or wavy hair, as the hair will frizz. You may use a Denman brush on this hair when it is wet, as it accentuates the curl pattern

DO give this hair regular treatments with Silicon Mix conditioner.

How long will my wig last?You lace wig can last for many years, depending on proper care and usage of your wig. If you use your wig every day and wash it every week, repair should apply within 2 to 3 months. Repairs include re-ventilation and hair addition. It is common to have your wig repair after the second or third month especially if you have been using the same wig for a while. Sometimes it can happen that re-ventilation is required after the first month of use. We are offering free repair if your wig requires fixing within the first month of purchase (it starts the day you have collected the hair from our premises or received it by post).
Use the knot sealer for your wigs
- After each shampoo, we recommend spraying the inside of the wig (only the lace of the cap) with a knot sealer to prevent shedding.
- Don’t spray the knot sealer on the hair.
- Spray the knot sealer on the lace only when the wig is completely dry.
Repair services:
Repair service is free if your wig requires fixing within 1 month of purchase. Re-ventilation and repair services start from £85.00 for all wigs purchased at www.fulllacewigs.co.uk. Repairs and re-ventilation take 8 to 12 weeks to be completed. Sometimes it can take longer. We will try our best to keep you inform of the status of your wig sent for repair.

 

 

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