Here are some tips on caring for your brand new What A Drag wig:
Styling your wig
Our wigs are made from synthetic fibres and can take heat of up to 170OC. Bear that in mind if you plan on styling your wig.
When we photograph our wigs, we give them a brush through to make sure they’re looking as gorgeous as possible. So make sure you give yours a brush before you wear it too!
Cutting the lace
You’ll need to cut the lace of your wig before you wear it for the first time.
To cut the lace, remove the packaging and lay it on a flat surface. Using a sharp pair of scissors, follow the hairline making small cuts, leaving your desired lace length.
Washing your wig
Washing your wig is important to keep it looking sickening. Don’t worry – it’s simple and shouldn’t take you too long!
Fill a basin with cold water and a few drops of shampoo. Submerge the wig in the water and use a swirling motion to coat the fibres. Don’t rub the hair together as it can get tangled.
Rinse the product from the hair using cold water. Then towel dry using a dabbing motion, being careful not to rub.
TOP TIP: For longer wigs, put the hair into a ponytail when you wash it to avoid tangling.
Cleaning the lace
You should try to clean the lace of your wig after every use. We recommend using a toothbrush dipped in 70% or higher strength alcohol.
Place a tissue underneath the lace and gently work the toothbrush in a back-and-forward motion until all the makeup and adhesive is removed. Then wipe clean with a cloth.