Quality Luxury /Multiple donors last 6 to 9 months
Density Pictured 130% Density
Hair Color Pictured Natural Black
Baby Hair Pictured with baby hair
Glueless Add Combs or Straps
- LUXURY Mixed-donors, thick strands, natural black color, lasts 6 to 9 months
- PREMIUM Single-donor, fine to med strands, cuticle in tack, darkest brown natural color, last 12 to 24
- Longitivity in contingent to hair care regiments, Our recommendation on listed
Choose Your Density
Choose Your Color
Choose Your Knots
Choose Your Hair Line
Select Baby Hairs
Choose Glueless Option
PROCESSING TIME PRIOR TO SHIPMENT
Karen Full Lace African American Wig requires 5 days to process texture:
Orders placed after 3:00 p.m. CST will begin processing the following business day.
Orders processed Monday thru Saturday.
- Processed Monday - Ships Saturday
- Processed Tuesday - Ships Monday
- Processed Wednesday - Ships Tuesday
- Processed Thursday - Ships Wednesday
- Processed Friday - Ships Thursday
- Processed Saturday - Ships Friday
Additional Processing Time Required for:
- 150% Density -add 5 business days
- 180% density - add 8 business days
- High Definition Knot Bleaching - add 3 days
- Add Color to Stock Units - add 7 days
GROUND TRANSIT TIME AFTER PROCESSING FROM ILLINOIS
Please note: Signature is Required for all packages however packages may be held at local Federal Express or Walgreens for pickup. You may request "Hold for Pickup" at check out!
Sink with Running Water
Gently remove tangles using a Wet Brush™ Shower Detangler, working gradually from the ends to the root of the hair.
Warning: Shampoo should not be applied directly to the wig base. When product build-up accumulates, the knots of the hair system become fragile which causes excessive shedding.
Place three tablespoons of Shampoo in a bowl or sink
Add lukewarm water until the bowl or sink is half full.
Gently mix the water and shampoo together.
Wash: Gently dip the system in the water, take it out, repeat four times.
Drain: The shampoo water; refill the bowl with clean lukewarm water.
Rinse: Dip the wavy wig in the water until there are no traces of shampoo and the water is clear
Condition Your Curly African American Wig
Drying your Curly African American Wig
Gently pat and press the wig with a soft microfiber towel to remove excess water.
Refrain from rubbing and twisting the tresses.
Place the system on a Styrofoam head
Allow to air dry
CURLY HAIR DAILY ROUTINE
What You Need
Wide Tooth Comb
Spray Bottle with Cool Water
Let's Get Started! : Complete Wash and Go Routine
After washing your hair detangle your hair from the ends to the roots.
Squeeze out the excess water with your hand.
Using a spray bottle spritz your hair with water until it is slightly damp. This is the best way to prevent your elegant tresses from becoming frizzy while styling.
Divide your elegant tresses into at least two sections.
Use a generous amount of your leave-in conditioner (style milk) and apply it to your elegant tresses ensuring that you use your fingers to completely rake the product through your hair.
Divide your hair into 4 section and apply your gel to your hands and smooth the product through your hair tresses.
Allow your hair to dry.
To Refresh Your Curls In Between Washes
In between doing the full wash and go routine spray your hair with style spray or a little water mixed with olive oil to refresh your curl with a little moisture in-between washing or co-washing.
Note: Curly hair should be washed no more than once a week with shampoo. If you would like fresh clean hair in between shampooing to redo the wash and go method for the week. Try co-washing (completely a hair washing routine only using conditioner and eliminating the shampoo out of the routine) in between shampooing to remove build up.
Quick tip: Seal the knots between washing on your African American Wig
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