How to Wash a Human Hair Topper

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Last Updated on September 16, 2022

After you wash your human hair topper, you should make sure to rinse it well with clean water. Always use running water to rinse thoroughly. Shampoo and condition your hair topper twice, if necessary. Use salon-quality shampoo and conditioner, and don’t forget to hydrate it, too. Just like natural hair, human hair gets its moisture from the scalp. If you have dry hair, you can apply conditioner to the ends of your hair topper before storing it.

Air-drying human hair topper

If you’re not familiar with the proper procedure of washing your human hair topper, it is important to follow some basic steps. First, rinse it well in lukewarm water or cool water, taking care to gently comb the hair from the bottom to the top. Then, apply a medium-size amount of conditioner and leave it on for a few minutes. Finally, air-dry your hair topper overnight. You can place it on a wig stand and style it by parting it as desired. After washing, leave it overnight to air-dry.

Treat ends of human hair topper with conditioner

Human hair topper care begins with keeping it clean. The first step in taking care of a human hair topper is to wash it with the correct shampoo and conditioner. Make sure to use a mild shampoo, as shampoo can cause damage to the topper. Once you’ve washed it, gently towel dry it. Lay it flat on a towel and part it. This will help soak up any excess water.

If you’ve purchased a human hair topper, treat the ends with conditioner when washing it. This helps seal the cuticle, which keeps the topper looking glossy and healthy. You can also choose to air dry your topper or blow dry it. Be sure to keep it away from direct sunlight when drying it. A human hair topper is a good option for those who wish to focus on the top of their head.

Store your hair topper in a box

Caring for your human hair topper is not as simple as buying one and sticking it in the box. First of all, you should brush the hair with a paddle brush to remove any knots or tangles. Afterwards, you should wash it with gentle shampoo and conditioner according to the manufacturer’s instructions. A gentle cleaning solution is also essential to avoid any damage to the topper.

For dyeing your human hair topper, you will need a dye with the proper color. To make sure that the color stays the same, you should read the instructions carefully. To begin, mix the dye in a plastic bowl. Wear gloves while mixing the dye, as it can irritate your hands. Make sure that the dye container is empty as any metal object can oxidize it, changing the color of your topper. Once you’re done with mixing the dye, you can apply it to a small section of the topper and wait for it to set.

While styling your human hair topper with heat is okay, you must avoid using too much heat on it. Use a low heat setting, which can also extend the life of the topper. You can also pin down your topper with T Pins. When using T Pins, make sure not to pin through the silk. You can also place the wig on a mannequin head, if you don’t want to wear it every day. If you don’t plan on wearing your topper every day, you can place it in a box.

A woman’s hair topper should match the color of her natural hair. This way, it will compliment her skin tone. To properly care for it, she should wash it using products that contain UV filters and are free of parabens. She should apply conditioner from mid-to-end, then wash it as she would a real wig. Lastly, it should be brushed to remove excess water.

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