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Kam Z. Frontal Lace Unit

$56.00

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Description

Kam Z. is a handmade with love (and a slight imperfection) ATL Housewives inspired frontal unit. Made with great quality synthetic hair fibers, with strand by strand handtied at the front and nape area and machine sewn in the middle. Kam may be styled with up to 400 degree heat. She may be blown dry, curled, and straightened. It is highly recommended that she is washed with luke warm water, a dash of shampoo and conditioner, pat dry, and wait until she is fully dry before using heat. Kam Z. comes long and full at 42” on a medium frontal cap at 175% density. Clips have been sewn into her cap and she has adjustable elastic at the bottom of her cap.

Color: Ash Blonde

Care Instructions:
How To Wash Your Wig
Washing your curly wig regularly helps keep it looking as fresh and natural as possible.
To achieve this:
Fill a sink with water( warm water would be better).
Add a small amount of shampoo with hair care ingredients, and submerge your wig.
Squeeze out any excess water, being careful not to wring it out.
Rinse thoroughly in water, then gently squeeze out any excess liquid again and dry with a towel.
Alternatively when you don’t have time for a full wash, spray your human hair wig with water mixed with conditioner. Just like in real hair, a little bit of moisture will help curls bounce back and appear fresh. This will make your curls mimic what naturally healthy curls look like after they’ve been
dampened with some water.

How to Do A Deep Conditioning Treatment
Static, wearing wig in a wrong method, store wig in a wrong place. It’s not strange that wigs will get tangled.

To keep tangles from being a huge problem:
Try doing a deep conditioning treatment on your wig before and after wearing it. You can do so by lightly using products like coconut oil or olive oil and conditioner (too much of anything is never good!). Don't put too much product (hair spray, moose) in your hair because that can lead to more tangling than usual. At least once per week, soak your wig in warm water. Take it out and apply conditioner product liberally through all of your hair, starting at your ends and working up toward roots. Sit back and allow your wig to absorb the nutrition for about 20 minutes.
After the time is up, rinse with warm water and follow up with a cool water rinse to close cuticles.
Use a soft towel to gently pat excess water away from the skin, leaving only what washes off naturally during the toweling off process. Do not comb your hair unit, gently brush with a wig brush starting from the ends and working your way up. Always store your hair unit in a cool safe place, typically in a hat box (dry units only) or a mannequin.

How To Wash Your Wig
Washing your curly wig regularly helps keep it looking as fresh and natural as possible.
To achieve this:
Fill a sink with water( warm water would be better).
Add a small amount of shampoo with hair care ingredients, and submerge your wig.
Squeeze out any excess water, being careful not to wring it out.
Rinse thoroughly in water, then gently squeeze out any excess liquid again and dry with a towel.
Alternatively when you don’t have time for a full wash, spray your human hair wig with water mixed with conditioner. Just like in real hair, a little bit of moisture will help curls bounce back and appear fresh. This will make your curls mimic what naturally healthy curls look like after they’ve been
dampened with some water.

How to Do A Deep Conditioning Treatment
Static, wearing wig in a wrong method, store wig in a wrong place. It’s not strange that wigs will get tangled.

To keep tangles from being a huge problem:
Try doing a deep conditioning treatment on your wig before and after wearing it. You can do so by lightly using products like coconut oil or olive oil and conditioner (too much of anything is never good!). Don't put too much product (hair spray, moose) in your hair because that can lead to more tangling than usual. At least once per week, soak your wig in warm water. Take it out and apply conditioner product liberally through all of your hair, starting at your ends and working up toward roots. Sit back and allow your wig to absorb the nutrition for about 20 minutes.
After the time is up, rinse with warm water and follow up with a cool water rinse to close cuticles.
Use a soft towel to gently pat excess water away from the skin, leaving only what washes off naturally during the toweling off process. Do not comb your hair unit, gently brush with a wig brush starting from the ends and working your way up. Always store your hair unit in a cool safe place, typically in a hat box (dry units only) or a mannequin.

How To Wash Your Wig
Washing your curly wig regularly helps keep it looking as fresh and natural as possible.
To achieve this:
Fill the sink with water (warm water would be better).
Add a small amount of shampoo with hair care ingredients and submerge your wig.
Squeeze out any excess water, being careful not to wring it out.
Rinse thoroughly in water, then gently squeeze out any excess liquid again and dry with a towel.
Alternatively, when you don’t have time for a full wash, spray your human hair wig with water mixed with conditioner. Just like in real hair, a little bit of moisture will help curls bounce back and appear fresh. This will make your curls mimic what naturally healthy curls look like after they’ve been
dampened with some water.

How to Do A Deep Conditioning Treatment
Static, wearing wig in a wrong method, store wig in a wrong place. It’s not strange that wigs will get tangled.

To keep tangles from being a huge problem:
Try doing a deep conditioning treatment on your wig before and after wearing it. You can do so by lightly using products like coconut oil or olive oil and conditioner (too much of anything is never good!). Don't put too much product (hair spray, moose) in your hair because that can lead to more tangling than usual. At least once per week, soak your wig in warm water. Take it out and apply conditioner product liberally through all of your hair, starting at your ends and working up toward roots. Sit back and allow your wig to absorb the nutrition for about 20 minutes.
After the time is up, rinse with warm water and follow up with a cool water rinse to close cuticles.
Use a soft towel to gently pat excess water away from the skin, leaving only what washes off naturally during the toweling off process. Do not comb your hair unit, gently brush with a wig brush starting from the ends and working your way up. Always store your hair unit in a cool safe place, typically in a hat box (dry units only) or a mannequin.

A bit of a disclaimer here, this unit is heavily discounted because I’m just getting back into making hair pieces again and I botched the cap a little with my label (lol) trial and error! Thank you for your support!


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