1. If your hair is long, pull it straight back into a secure ponytail at the base of your neck. Next, using hairpins, secure the ends of the ponytail to the back of your head, keeping your hair as flat as possible.If you have bangs or short hair, secure those loose hairs around your face back with bobby pins.
2. Put the wig cap on according to the package directions, ensuring that all your hair is secure back in the cap.Gently pull the wigcap backwards off of your face from the back.this pushes all those fly away hairs backwards so you don' see them.
3. Start piercing hairpins through the wig cap, and into your hair below. Be careful not to poke yourself in the scalp
4. Put the wig on.Start it by putting it on way on your forehead,past your hairline.The wig should feel secure, but not too tight. If needed, you can adjust the size with the Velcro tabs inside the wig.
Cleaning the wig
First, comb through the wig gently to remove any tangles, then turn the wig inside out. Use specially formulated wig shampoo to clean the wig, following the instructions carefully. Generally, most wig shampoos will instruct you to add a capful of specifically formulated wig shampoo to cold water, and soak the wig for five minutes. After the appropriate amount of time has passed, swirl the wig gently for a few moments in the shampoo water, being careful not to rub the wig. Once done, rinse the wig thoroughly using a basin of clean water and lay it out on a towel, blotting softly to remove excess water.
So I really like this wig. The length, fit, and feel are really good. The only thing is it is more auburn on the one side than blonde. The dark side is the same as pictured, but the blond is much darker. It is still very cute, though.
I love the way it feel when i walk and the curls bounce. Some strands did fall out as I was messing with it, but not a ton. Maybe that's just normal with very new wigs. (I did just get it today.)