Care and maintenance for natural hair wigs

Your Jakbell wig can be manufactured from two types of clothing: sections or implanted. The difference with Jakbell wigs and prostheses is that they are made with human hair without any chemical processing.

These threads are fixed / implanted in the delicate fabrics that make up a wig, using very thin needles of 1 to 4 threads, depending on the desired density for the wig. To get additional details, view here: best shampoo for weaves

This implantation of natural human threads on the screen of the Jakbell Wig is performed with great care not to invert the threads, keeping root to root - tip to tip. This care prevents the hair of the wigs from becoming tangled with use, as the scales or cuticles of the wires must be in the same direction.

Maintaining the Human Hair Wig

For human hair wigs implanted at Jakbell, it is recommended that maintenance be done in our Studio, as we have an adequate and necessary structure to provide durability and maintenance of the conformity of your human hair wig.

If it is not possible to make use of our services, it is recommended to use a rubber head so that the wires do not get into the screen. Under no circumstances should the wig be washed at random as if it were simple clothing.

Follow the procedures below for the correct maintenance, cleaning and styling of your human hair wig.

What you need to wash your natural hair wig:

In order to completely clean your natural hair wig , it is important to have some basic items on hand so that the washing is done correctly, without damaging the strands. Are they:

1 - Bench support
2 - Rubber head
3 - Map pins
4 - Wide comb
5 - Rounded tip brush
6 - Water spray
Washing of natural hair wig

In order to wash your human or natural hair wig, it is necessary to follow some important steps so that the process does not cause any damage to the strands and your wig remains perfect for everyday use. Check out the tips:

1 - Fix your wig on the rubber head well stretched with the pins in strategic places (Front, sideburns, nape).

2 - With the piece still dry, untangle the hair with the brush only at the ends, so as not to pull the strands too much.

3 - Untangle the strands at the root with the wide rigid comb, being careful not to reach the sections.

4 - Wet the hair and apply the shampoo diluted in water, lightly, spreading with your hands throughout the piece. Do not use your fingers, just your palms, as if you are stroking. Avoid circular movements.

5 - Place the head support with the wig already fixed, under the tap and remove the shampoo, starting at the back of the piece and ending at the top.

6 - If you wish, apply a little conditioner diluted in water, following the same steps as the previous item.

7 - Lightly detach the roots and then the tips with the wide comb or vice versa. Style as you like. You can also use a hairdryer to make a brush or babyliss, if you prefer.

I don't have the wig head support. What to do?

As many people know, washing your synthetic or natural hair wig on your own requires some basic care. One of them is the head support for wigs ( Check out our models ), which provides the necessary support for the piece during the washing process.

If you do not have a rubber or wooden support to wash your piece, do the same process with the wig on your own head during the bath.