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How to wear a wig:

1. Take wig out from the packing, shakes to release the default style.
2. Wrap your own hair into a high ponytail and wrap a hairband around it, then separate it into two ponytails which are pulled tightly.
3. Wrap it around the base of your own hair ponytail, and place your fingers in the middle of the wrap to pull the end piece of the ponytail into the wrap to create a knot.
4. Press down on the bun, using bobby pins into the hair to secure the bun and keep it close to the skull.
5. Put on a wig cap, push all strands of your own hair that are on the side, the back, and front of your head, under the cap.
6. Comb the wig gently, and pull the adjustable straps to accommodate your head snugly inside the wig.
7. Hold the top and bottom part of the wig and pull it from the front of the head, then pull it back gently, adjust the wig to cover the cap and to fit perfectly around your head.
8. Pin the sides of the wig to the wig cap and to your own hair.
9. Finally comb the wig again on your head.

How to care for wigs:

1.Not to spray gel water and wax on the wig,which will cause the wig oily.
2.Don't use hair pin for fear that it may damage the net."br"3.The best way is on a wig stand or mannequin, also you can store it in a hair net and plastic bag. Please note wigs should be placed in a cool dry space."br"4.If hair knotted after long use,use non-oily maintenance fluid of wig."br""br"How to wash wigs:"br""br"1.Remember to wash before you first wear."br"2.Remember to wash the wig termly(usually wash once in one or two months)."br"3.Wash in cold or warm water with common shampoo."br"4.After washing,best let it dry naturally or use a towel to help dry."br"5.After washing,don't comb the hairs before it dry.

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