Dealing with frizz & wigs

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Dealing with frizz & wigs

Postby Jane_D_C » Tue Jan 11, 2011 3:42 pm

Anyone who wears acrylic wigs will know that frizz is a real problem. In fact it is the main reason for needing to replace wigs.

Well, I tried a bush called the Andrew Barton Frizz Tamer http://www.andrewbarton.tv/hair-group/products/brushes/. It seems to work reasonably well.

Amazon advertise it at ÂŁ6.50. I got mine in Tesco for ÂŁ4.09.

If anyone else has any tips for wig care, please feel free to post them.

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Re: Dealing with frizz & wigs

Postby Ice Maiden » Wed Jan 12, 2011 11:38 am

Dont brush them

wash them in cold water icy cold with a splash of washing up liquid - seriously

non human hair wigs are set at the factory and to reset them at least with fairly new wigs is to get a bowl of freezing cold water a dot of washing up liquid give them a good scrunch wash stand in the bathroom or garden and whip them dry with a swing of you arm flick you know to get the water out of them carefully place them onto a mannequin head and let them dry naturally DO NOT USE HEAT

the next day give them a little shake and they should all be springy again

all brushes do is destroy the factory set and help you buy more - and all the lotions and so on do is nothing its plastic how can it? if you want a little gloss then pick up a cheap bottle of Boots leave in thickening conditioner - it wont be absorbed but it will add some shine until you wash them again
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Re: Dealing with frizz & wigs

Postby hideous_penguin_boy » Wed Jan 12, 2011 11:28 pm

How about a nice shpitzel 'n' tichel combo instead, shayna maidel ? ;)

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Re: Dealing with frizz & wigs

Postby Jane_D_C » Fri Jan 14, 2011 3:58 pm

How about a nice shpitzel 'n' tichel combo instead, shayna maidel ? ;)


Oy gevalt! Meyne punim zeyn nisht shayn genook :oops: oyner a bissel cirurgya ;)

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Re: Dealing with frizz & wigs

Postby Ice Maiden » Sat Jan 15, 2011 11:10 am

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