Take Special Care for Your Wigs In Rainy Days

Regardless of what the weatherman predicts, chances are it's going to rain at some point. Even for the most careful people who take precaution whenever they leave home, sometimes rain will find you by surprise. Therefore, you need to learn a few tricks on how you can protect your wigs on rainy days and make sure they last longer and give you a look you always desire. Here are a few tricks to learn.
Why Do Wigs Need Special Care in Rainy Days?
First, it is essential to ask yourself why you should even care. There are lots of reasons why it is wise to take care of your wigs in the monsoon season. Some of the answers to this question are as follows.
  • To maintain a good look – When your hair gets damp after being rained on, it will lose that impressive appearance.  If you genuinely love wigs, sure you won't like it. Therefore it's essential to stay away from the rains. 
  • To protect your hair – Rains can turn your hair into a real mess. Human hair wigs especially like curling up immediately they get wet. Trying to get them back to their standard shape can be an overwhelming task.
  • To keep them healthy – You can attribute hair damage to rain. Rainwater comes with lots of chemicals and acids. When these elements in rainwater get to your wigs, they'll make the hair rough or still make it become weak and fall off.
How Do you Protect Your Wigs From Rain?
If you're still stuck on how you should protect your wig from rain, here are some directions.
1. Wear a cover 
Whenever you're caught up with the rain, there are many ways you can cover your wigs. Umbrellas are the best choice for most people; however, sometimes the storm may be pouring hard with lots of wind. You will need extra protection if that is the case and plastic covers or hats work best. Alternatively, you can wear a silk scarf if you don't fancy caps and plastic covers on your head.
2.Wash it immediately
Sometimes your efforts to protect your wig from rain may become futile. In such situations, never forget to wash your hair once you're home. Using a shampoo can be a good idea to make sure you extend the life of your wigs. Also remember that you should wash your hair immediately you get home, letting it stay with rainwater for long hours can cause damage.
3. Air dry only
Do not attempt to use a hairdryer to speed up the drying process. It never works on neither human hair wigs nor synthetic wigs. Just let nature do its work. Remember using heat to dry up your wig may damage the hair fibers. Placing your hair on a wig rack will offer a beautiful space to dry your wig naturally and ensure that it lasts longer.
4. Don't brush immediately
Getting your brush before your wig dries up completely will damage it. However, many people do it because the wigs look frizzy or unkempt after washing. Whether it is a synthetic wig or a human hair wig, the fibers will get damaged if you try to brush it while still wet. It is an important tip to note so that you can keep that smooth look.
Maintaining your wig in the rainy season is a tough task. However, when you are informed, you can find it a simple thing to do. Unless you're staying in bed on rainy days, you need to follow the tips above and you'll the best results.
What If Your Wigs Form Tangles?
Tangled wig
Do wigs get entangled if they are rained on? The answer is, yes. They develop knots that you cannot run your fingers through the hairs. Wigs of all types get tangles which need to be brushed off to untangle. This will help to loosen the knotted hairs and make your wig look better.
However, you need to be careful not to brush your wigs rigorously to remove tangles. You need to take your time and follow the tips shared below to make sure you don't destroy your wig.
  • Start by isolating the sections – You need to clip your top side of the wig so that you deal with the lower side first. You should use a comb or brush that has thick prongs to comb your underside hair gently. After making sure it is tangle-free release another section of hair and dress it. Repeat this process for your whole wig and make sure it is tangle-free.
  • Don't brush down – This is an important tip, especially for human hair wigs. You should always brush starting from the bottom as you go up. It will allow you to finish those hard split ends first compared to brushing downwards. It will help to ensure that you don't destroy your wig.
  • Don't submerge your wigs – You may have been submerging your wigs in warm and soapy water. It will cause wig hairs to tangle even more sometimes to an irreversible state. It is healthier to use a comb, wet it with lukewarm water and apply shampoo then run it through the hair strands. It will give you the best results. 
These tips will help you to keep your hair tangle-free after it's been rained on. It is good to understand how to brush the hair strands while preventing any damages.
At last
Maintaining your wig's condition, especially on rainy days, is undoubtedly a daunting task. But learning tricks on how you can do it will make you believe that nothing is impossible. Washing your wig, wearing a cover, drying your wigs naturally and brushing them correctly are simple steps to help you keep your wigs in the right shape.
This article gives you a clear guide on all the steps that you need to follow, including how you can remove tangles from your wigs. Follow the guidelines and avoid losing the beautiful nature of your wigs to bad weather and poor maintenance.

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