In trying to make a wig look more real and natural, it's best to treat and prep the wig as if it were real hair. Get less frizzy and more natural wig hair with advice from two professionals in this free video about creating a more natural looking wig.
Hi, my name is Min Ah Panz from Beauty World Wilmington, North Carolina. Today you're going to learn how to make your wig look natural. Tips on how to make wigs look real; the materials you need: wig shine and a vent brush. If you want to make your wigs look real and natural, what you want to do is use a vent brush and not metal brush like this. This is going to snag your wig. So you're going to want to use this brush; any brush with a big plastic tips on it. Okay. And a lot of times the wigs come with a long bangs; so you're going to want to cut that like what; right above your eyebrow or on your eyebrows. So you're going to want to trim the bangs. All these wigs come with a longer bangs; or if you don't know how to trim, you can always back the wigs like that to make it look natural and not all on your eyes. And don't, don't be afraid to brush them. Brush; I mean, you want a flair them out, you can; don't be afraid to style them. You can also use oil-free wig shine when it becomes little dull; you had it for a month or so; you can always spray the wig shine to make it shinier. A lot, a lot of people want to use mousse for their synthetic hair; but you do not want to style any kind of synthetic hair with mousse because it will break down the fiber and you will get little frizzes a lot quicker. So if you want to maintain the wig, the synthetic fiber as silky as possible, you're going to always want to use the oil-free wig shine and if you want to put a little bump in it; you just, you're just going to have to use the brush. You can't use any kind of mousse or, or gel, things like that on synthetic wigs. I'm Min Ah Panz from Beauty World Wilmington, North Carolina and today you learned how to make your wigs look natural.