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How to keep Water Wave Hair looking wet? What you can do to get unbelievably wonderful hair? Today I bring forth you a few tips regarding how to take care of water wave hair which would make you get gorgeous appearance.

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Water Wave Hair:When brushing your Water Wave Wig, use a soft brush or use a wide-toothed comb, comb your hair start at the hair ends, and gently get your work way up.It's best to use some hair contioner which is special for hair wigs, then comb your hair. Do not detangle dry curls as it will make it frizzy. Detangle your wavy hair when it is half wet.Avoid brushing your Water Wave Lace Front Wig when it's wet, you can gradually wet your hair and brush gently before you completely wash it. Brush your hair wig and remove all tangles before washing.

Here is the detailed guide on how to keep water wave hair looking wet:

1: Saturate your wavy and wet wig with water for a curl and/or wave pattern. You can either dip your hair in a bucket of water or can do this after you wash your hair. The most crucial step is to ensure the wavy and wet water wave hair must be dripping wet and is wet not just damp.

2: Separate your wavy and wet water wave hair into 4–6 parts. Apply moisturizer to each section generously until all sections are covered with it.

3: After you are done with moisturizing, you need to apply hair oil to each hair sections.

4: Brush every portion of the hairs. The hair must be dripping wet and very saturated. Set down each section gently without dividing the hair.

5: Once all the sections are set after brushing, place your wavy and wet water wave hairs on a wig stand and let it completely air dry before touching it. The secret is allowing the hair dry completely into the wave pattern while it was wet prior to touching it.

I hope you have found this guide useful. If you need any more help just let us know either by visit www.mslynnhair.com


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