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Tips for Staying Cool in Your Wig This Summer

Tips for Staying Cool in Your Wig This Summer

For people who wear wigs, the summer months can be a big challenge. We’ve written up some tips on how to stay cool and comfortable under your hair replacement system during the upcoming warm weather without compromising on style.

 

 

Follea provides lightness and breathability

Consider Follea hair and a gripper cap that allows you to stay comfortable in warmer weather and still achieve a look of all natural and beautiful hair.

Wash it more often

While you shouldn’t wash your hair pieces frequently to help prevent excess wear and tear, washing is more of a necessity in the warmer months. Cleaning the excess oil from sweat will keep your wig cool and in good condition.

Use baby powder

Sprinkling a bit of cornstarch or talcum powder on your hair before putting on your wig is a great trick for keeping your wig cool. When you begin to sweat, the powder will soak up the oil before it makes its way to your wig. This will keep your hair fresh without irritation or drying out your scalp.

Embrace short hair

The warmer weather may be the perfect opportunity to try out that shorter style you’ve been considering! Keeping your hair off your neck and embracing a cute jaw-length cut is perfect for summer. Step outside of your comfort zone and try something new while staying comfortable!

Stylistics Inc. is a full service hair salon that offers a wide variety of services for individuals suffering from hair loss. Call us at 602-234-3381 for more wig care tips and explore our wig selection and other hair extensions available with us!

Caring for Your Wig during April Showers

Caring for Your Wig during April Showers

Although Arizona doesn’t have as many April showers as other states do, we do still experience rain on occasion and especially in our summer months during monsoon season. We have talked a lot on our blog about the importance of caring for your wig in severe weather, and rain is no exception. Rain can fall… Continue Reading

How to Care for Your Wig this Winter

How to Care for Your Wig this Winter

Although Arizona doesn’t experience harsh winters, our temperatures still drop during the winter months. For a large portion of the country, snow flies and temperatures dip well below freezing. When winter weather occurs and temperatures start to fall, our wigs are put at risk. Here are some helpful hints on how to care for your… Continue Reading

Keep Cool Beneath Your Wig This Summer

Keep Cool Beneath Your Wig This Summer

As the temperatures continue to climb here in Phoenix, it is clear that summer has arrived! And while we all enjoy relaxing poolside or at the beach, it can be tricky to keep your wig in its best shape with the sun beating down on it. Wash Regularly Although we normally warn against washing your… Continue Reading

Detangle Your Wig in a Few Simple Steps

As hard as we all try to keep our wigs sleek and tangle-free, knots and snarls can easily happen. Whether you get caught outside on a windy day or you let your granddaughter braid your hair, you may run into a hair-y situation. There are a few different techniques to wig detangling, and fabric softener… Continue Reading

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