I’m back with a quick post about how I washed my Malibu Twist wig a couple weeks ago (11/19). I’d never washed a wig before because I’d never worn any wig for such a long time (this one for a month). I figured I could wash it like I wash my hair (even though it’s synthetic ) and if I ruined it I could buy a new one since it was under $20
I lay it flat (on it’s side) in the clean sink and ran warm water on top of it. I added diluted castile soap and let it soak like so:
After a few hours of soaking, I gently sloshed it back and forth in the water in the direction of the hair (as to not cause tangles), then I thought I’d done it enough I emptied the sink then since the wig under running water (started in the sink but realized tub faucet was easier).
Then in an “Ah ha!” moment I just hung it to dry on the same faucet
One last shot, here’s the styrafoam head I stored my wigs on as I wore them. Now that Malibu Twist is dry it’s back in the bag and in a drawer, and the wig head it in the top of my closet. Another cool thing that happened it the wig dried way less shiney so it looks even more natural now
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