Care Guide


1. Comb your wig or hairpiece gently to remove any tangles. Fill your sink with lukewarm water and a capful of specially formulated shampoo. 2. Soak it for a few minutes, then gently swish up and down for a thorough wash. Rinse hair in cold water until all shampoo residues is gone. Pat out excess water on soft towel. Use a specially formulated leave-in conditioner specially formulated for synthetic hair to restore softness and lustre. 3. Leave it to dry on a wig stand. Avoid direct sunlight. Do NOT comb or brush when wet. After the wig is dry, give it a shake and it should bounce back to shape. 4. To style, use a wig brush or fingers. You can use hair mousse or gel to achieve the desired style.

Out of the box

Not every wig can be worn straight out of the box. It is likely that the fringes may be too long, so they can accommodate different face shapes. You can however trim it yourself (or take it to a hair dresser for professional help) and personalise it to suit your taste.

'Cold Set'

Sometimes cold set can happen when a wig is stored in tight packaging for a while. To remove the cold set, you can spray water over the affected area, wait for a few moments and comb gently. Remember to let the wig dry completely.


You can store your wig or hairpiece in the original box, as long as there are no creases, to prevent cold set from happening. If you wear your wig or hairpiece daily or on a regular basis, we suggest using a wig stand to place your wig on when you are not wearing it.