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3 Tips For Keeping Your Wig Tangle Free

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One issue that some women run into when wearing their wig is tangling. This often becomes worse during the colder months of the year when they wear turtlenecks, jackets, coats, hoods, etc. Thankfully, there are certain things that you can do to help eliminate the tangles that build up in your wig.

Braid It

One excellent way to keep your wig tangle free is to braid it. The great thing about this is that you have so many options when it comes to braiding, so you can wear it in this style for several days. You can do a simple braid down the back or you could spice things up a bit and do a french braid. A dutch braid to the side, or even braided pigtails, are also fun options. The braid will stop your hair from tangling and will  help to keep your hair out of your face. 

Part The Hair Down The Center In The Back 

If you really like wearing your hair down, then you should consider parting your hair in the back. If you part it right down the middle and place your hair in the front, on either side, then you can avoid getting your hair smashed and tangled in the back against your shirt or jacket. This also shows off your hair better because it is all placed in the front. You can have your hair straight, curled, wavy, crimped, or whatever you'd like.

Put It In A Bun

If you don't want to worry about your wig having loose hair at all, then you can simply put it in a bun. Depending on the style that you are going for, you can either do a simple low bun or high bun. To get your wig hair into a bun you will first put it into a pony tail. From there, you will twist the hair around the pony tail and then secure it with an elastic. In order to create the most natural look, you will likely went to keep your hair parted in the front, rather than pulling the hairs back and showing the hairline of the wig. 

In order to keep your wig tangle free when you are wearing winter clothes with high necks, you should consider wearing a cute braid, pulling your hair to the front on either side, or even putting it in a sleek and sophisticated bun. 

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