Make sure you brush the hair daily and apply some leave-in conditioners to keep the hair soft and moist (for wavy and curly hair only!) A good leave-in hair treatment can keep the hair from drying. But remember not to put too much, otherwise, there will be a build up and make the hair feel too heavy. If the hair feels too dry or heavy with too much hair care products, you should wash the hair with good shampoo and conditioner.
You may apply styling gel or mousse on wavy hair. Avoid hair products that contain alcohol. Alcohol makes the hair dry. It is best to air dry the hair but you can also blow-dry with low to medium heat. (Too much heat may damage/dry out the hair.)
For the WET & WAVE hair such as the French Refined and the European Wave, you may test the wave by wetting a small portion away from the rest. Place the hair on a desk, a small portion away from the rest, spray some water, and let it soak for about 15 seconds. Hold the top of the hair while it is on the desk and gently brush the wet portion from the bottom and watch it wave. Towel dry and scrunch it to wave up more. Blondes / lighter / mixed colors go through more excessive processing than darker colors. Therefore, the wave and condition may not be as good.
**NOTE: Wavy and curly hair: If you comb, brush or finger comb the hair after is dry it will bush out (curlier the hair, bushier it can be). It is good idea to comb/brush the hair only when wet.
1. It is very important to spray the remover to completely saturate the glue/tape for the lace to release. (This will preserve your hairline and the lace on your unit.)
2. Use fingertips to release glue or tape. (Please take caution when removing the lace unit due to its fragility)
3. Once the unit is completely released, remove the unit slowly.
4. Use more remover/solvent to clean any excess adhesive on your skin. Shampoo the lace wig to clean and remove glue residue that might be on the lace. Use remover/solvent to clean any excess adhesive on the unit.