When I sleep with my wig, no matter what steps I take to protect it beforehand, when I wake up, my wig always gives me a headache because it's always kind of strange shape, kind of a mess. I think sleep is very smooth and undisturbed, and then I will spend a lot of time repairing my wig. I need water, conditioner and comb to preserve my wig and make it to a beautiful wig. Every time I look at myself in the mirror, I wonder if other people have the same problems I do with wigs. After a series of surveys and research, as well as conversations with some professional acquaintances, I've come up with a simple list of things to watch out for while sleeping in a lace front wig.
First, if you sleep with a wig on, I recommended that you sleep without too much friction. It also depends on your sleeping position. The more friction you have in bed, the more times you'll wear a wig. That could affect the life of the wig. But it also depends on how often you sleep in a wig. If it happens often enough, you may notice that your wig has too many injuries. For many hair loss friends, often wear wigs, wearing wigs can provide a sense of security. They are used to wearing wigs. Whether in daily life, or in rest and sleep. If this happens every day, I can't guarantee it won't be easily destroyed.
Second, if you often sleep with your wig on, there are two things I recommend you do to prevent it from tangling or getting damaged.
Choose silk or satin pillowcases
Silk or satin pillowcases are smoother than cotton ones. This will reduce wear and tear between the wig and pillowcase. If you move on the bed, your hair will slide down with you, becoming smoother rather than tangled with the cotton fibers. Cotton pillowcases have a rougher surface than silk ones. If you sleep with a wig, silk or satin pillowcases are recommended.
When you sleep with your wig on, we use glue or tape to hold it in place to prevent it from getting messy or moving too much overnight. But if you're wearing a mid-length wig, you can plait it into a ponytail for better control and more durability. You can make your wig more durable by braiding it with a tight braid. You can also make a loose braid to reduce damage to the wig.
While these are simple protection measures, you can't make your wig completely safe, as it will make your wig longer and more beautiful.
It doesn't matter if you sleep without a wig, so it's less damaging, but it's important to note that you have to wear it in place, not just casually. It is recommended that you wear it on a wig holder to keep its shape lasting. You can just take it the next morning without having to spend time fixing it,
Whether you sleep in a wig or not, it's okay, it's up to you. Wearing wigs can protect our heads better, make us look more confident and make you stand out from the crowd. Best of all, we have a regular cleaning and maintenance system so that wigs last a long time and keep their shape so we can wear them more comfortably.
Anyway, I hope you like wearing wigs.