How to Care For Brazilian Lace Front Wigs

How to Care For Brazilian Lace Front Wigs

The lace front wig has been steadily growing in popularity, and those of us at Prissy Lady understand just how important it is to keep up with the times. It’s also no secret that staying on top of the latest hair trends is a fairly expensive venture. That said, one of our newest products—the gorgeous Brazilian virgin hair lace front wig—is a great investment that will give you luxurious locks for a year or more with proper upkeep.

So what is ‘proper upkeep’ for lace front wigs from Prissy Lady? Fortunately, it’s not a difficult list. Follow these instructions to optimize the lifetime and shine of your lace frontal wig!


Keep it Clean

No one likes wearing dirty hair. Delicate lace front wigs require routine maintenance, so washing it at least once or twice a week, with warm or cold water, is very important.

Also, don’t forget to keep your hair free of build-up from dirt or sweat! That means washing your hair immediately after swimming, exercising, going to the spa, or on very hot days. This also includes leave-in conditioners or other hair products that will leave residue on your hair. This causes tangles—ouch!—so be sure to find appropriate shampoos and conditioners that don’t create build-up in your hair.

Click here for instructions on how to best wash your lace front wig. However, if in doubt, the rule of thumb is to gently wash your wig in a shallow basin of warm water and wig shampoo. When drying, be sure not to rub your wig; instead, pat it dry to avoid unnecessary tangles/kinks.

Trim the Ends

Don't forget to trim your lace front wig

If necessary, you can cut the ends off your Brazilian wig. If your wig becomes frizzy—or it’s simply a length you’d rather change—go ahead and snip a few centimeters off. A note of caution, however: If you cut too much, you’ll dramatically alter the wig’s style, which may not be what you want.


Get the Right Comb

If your lace front wig is wavy, a wide-toothed comb might be the best option for you. Gently tease out tangles by slowly working upwards from the bottom. Using your fingers is also an option (it saves you the price of buying a comb!)

Please note that if your wig is wavy, you should avoid combing it, since this can ruin the curls.

Curl Your Hair Carefully

Since Prissy Lady’s lace frontal wig is made of 100% virgin human hair, there’s nothing to stop you from using curling irons or straighteners on your wig. Just to be on the safe side, always start with the lowest heat setting and gradually increase the temperature if necessary.

How to Properly Store Your Wig

Your lace front wig requires a proper wig stand

The best way to maintain your lace frontal wig is to keep it on a wire wig stand when you’re not wearing it. This will allow it to air out and keep the cap from stretching. A wire wig stand is preferable to a styrofoam head or mannequin head, which are typically better just for styling.


Don’t these steps seem simple? Prissy Lady’s lace front wig is so easy to care for that it will barely add any time to someone’s daily routine. All in all, it’s a perfect option for anyone looking for a Brazilian wig that is healthy-looking, luxurious, and easy to maintain.

Click here to check out Prissy Lady’s Brazilian virgin hair lace front wig today.

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