What can we do to make your blonde wigs live longer?

by Vilma Baker seller
Summer has come. The vibrant summer is different from the dull winter. Whether it is hair or clothes, people will be more inclined to choose brighter colors, change to brighter skirts, and choose brighter hair colors. The choice of most people, blonde wigs will become very popular. At this time, there will be a problem, how to make your blonde wigs last longer, and how to avoid the damage caused by the outside world? Let's discuss it now!
1. Remember to Presoak
Dry hair is like a sponge, but when hair is wet, further absorption of chlorine or saltwater is interrupted. Before jumping into the pool, please wet your hair with fresh, clean water, which makes it less likely that your hair will absorb any of the water and help prevent dryness and damage from occurring.
2. Add Oil To Blonde Hair
One of the biggest cons of chlorine and saltwater lies within its ability to strip moisture from your hair and cause things like split ends and damage. Besides, chlorine and saltwater also work to strip away shine and vibrancy from the hair, causing it to appear dull and lackluster.
Therefore, we suggest you lather your hair in a rich oil in advance, like argan or coconut oil, etc. These natural oils will help create a slippery barrier between your strands and the harmful water, while also providing an extra layer of moisture and nourishment.
3. Apply A Leave-in Product
As the above mention, the salt and chemicals found in saltwater and chlorine can be harsh on hair and strip it of its natural oils. Except for natural oil, you can apply a strong leave-in moisturizer to act as a barrier between your hair and the water and help prolong the life of your color.
Doing this also will use the power of the sun to help the mask’s moisturizing and nourishing ingredients penetrate into your strands. To apply oil, conditioner, or mask, divide your hair into sections and work the formula into each section thoroughly with your fingers. Then comb through with a wide-tooth comb to ensure even distribution.
4. Apply SPF To Your Hair
Just as your skin needs protection from the sun, so too does your hair. Remember to choose some hair-specific sunscreens. Unlike your regular SPF which is likely too heavy and greasy for your strands, these lightweight products are not only safe and easy to use on your hair, but also effective when it comes to blocking out the damaging effects of both the sun and chemically-treated water.
The key is to look for hair-specific sunscreens products that contain both UVA and UVB filters. When added to your customizable shampoo, conditioner, or leave-in treatment formula, they can help fend off harsh rays and chemical damage, all while helping to extend the life of your color.
Although you may be hot or tired after swimming or playing on the beach, be sure to rinse your hair out completely with clean water. It may sound redundant, but it’s important to take the time to wash your hair immediately to avoid letting the chlorine or salt sit in your hair. After all, the longer they stick around, the more moisture they zap up.
These are the experiences we have summarized. Do you have any ideas? Or you have your own skills, welcome to share with us, and choose your blonde wigs there!

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