Simple Tips for Wearing Wigs in Summer

June 25, 2018

Simple Tips for Wearing Wigs in Summer

SUMMER IS RIGHT AROUND THE CORNER!

Summer is on its way, and if you’re already dreading it then join the club! Summer is a very social and active time of year. The heat can be dreadful, and destroy your hairstyle in minutes. It makes your sweat and plasters your baby hairs to the back of your neck.

This time of year may even make you want to chop off your hair to let in a little breeze. Most people opt for that option, but maybe you don’t want to chop it all off! Especially, if you’ve worked so hard all year to get it this long. So I might have the perfect solution for you; wear a BOB!

Tips on wearing wigs in the summer

  • Wash your wig

There are a few things you should keep in mind when wearing wigs in the summer. Wash your wig regularly, washing it every day isn’t necessary, frankly, it’s a bit over the top. But you should wash it more than you do during winter the time of year. To prevent sweat and excess oil build-up.

  • Comfortable and cooler

Stretchy wig caps are your best friends forever! Most caps are made from a material that stays tight to your head and oftentimes that can prevent the scalp from being able to breathe. That will make you sweat more and overheat your scalp during these summer months. I would suggest switching to a standard mesh cap with built-in ventilation that will help you not only feel more comfortable and cooler but will give you the option of wearing whichever style of wig you want!

  • Keep your hair off your neck!

There are a few handpicked styles that I believe would be better than others. They will keep the hair off your neck and still make you look beautiful, fresh, and stylish. These are some wigs I believe will work with many different face shapes for these upcoming months of tremendous heat!

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Tori Short Synthetic Wig by Rene of Paris

Kai Lace Front & Monofilament Part Synthetic Wig by Rene of Paris

Emery Lace Front & Monofilament Part Synthetic Wig by Estetica

This is a very bold wig it gives the illusion you just stepped out of a hair salon. With very blunt bangs an asymmetrical angled bob and a tapered back.

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Sweet Talk Lace Front & Monofilament Synthetic Wig by Gabor

Harper (Exclusive) Lace Front & Monofilament Top Synthetic Wig by Envy

This is a very modern, natural-looking wig. The lace front adds a touch of old-school beauty to your look. It’s unstructured and had air-dried waves it’s a very light and comfortable fit and a must-have to any wig wardrobe.

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Editors Pick Lace Front & Monofilament Synthetic Wig by Raquel Welch

This is my personal favorite it’s suitable for oval, square, diamond, heart, pear, and oblong-shaped faces! This style has loose bouncy waves, with softly waved top and bangs that blend perfectly into full layers. It’s an above the shoulder bob if you’re looking for something with more volume that makes this one perfect for you. It gives off a kind of romantic, whimsical feel.




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