Beauty Of 5: The Essentials To Keep Your Wig Laid
Like with any protective style, if you want your wigs to go the distance, proper care is key. When you spend good coin on a frontal, lace, or even half wig, you expect to get a good amount of wear out of it. But once that virgin unit lands in your hands, its life expectancy is entirely up to you.
The way you comb, cleanse, and condition those strands matters as much as how you care for the ones on your own head. And if you’re far from a weave or wig expert you likely have no clue where to begin. We’ve been there sis. So, to help you keep your wig looking as good as new for as long as possible, peep this list of essentials we’ve put together on the next few pages.
Glow By Daye Satin Bonnet
Every hair maven should always have a satin bonnet handy. The Glow By Daye Satin Bonnet ($19.99, Glowbydaye.com) provides the highest quality of satin to help your tresses maintain moisture as you sleep. Made with an adjustable drawstring for desired comfort and an extra-large size that will fit almost any head or hair size, you can count on waking up flawless.