To properly maintain your wig it is essential to have a hair brush in good condition. So here's how to take care of it.
To brush your wig it is recommended to use a bristle brush (preferably metal to avoid static electricity). Be careful though: if you let the dirt accumulate there, it can quickly become a nest for bacteria! To clean your brush, start by regularly removing the dust and the hair that is trapped there. You can do this by hand or use a comb (handy for passing between the pins).
Cleaning a spike brush
To keep a bristle brush in perfect condition, thorough cleaning (to be carried out approximately twice a month) is essential. To do this, pour four to five tablespoons of baking soda in a liter of warm water. Let your brush soak for about an hour and then let it dry overnight. Rub the base of the pins with an old toothbrush to remove the dirt and voila!
Tip: You can replace the baking soda with white vinegar (use the same amount as water).
Clean a soft bristle brush
To clean a boar bristle brush, soak it in lukewarm water with a little shampoo. Gently rub the hair with your fingers, rinse and allow to air dry. Cleaning a comb To clean a comb, nothing could be simpler: soak it for an hour in lukewarm water with bleach, rinse well and wipe dry!
Tip: Also remember to clean your elastics, barrettes, makeup brushes etc.