Care Instructions Gabor Luminous Heat Friendly Synthetic Hair

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Gabor Luminous, Kanekalon, Excelle, Heat Friendly synthetic fiber hair.

Before washing, please read the Tips and Tricks (below).

PRE-WASH: (1) Wash a synthetic wig every 10 to 15 wearings. (2) Gently remove tangles with fingers or a wide tooth comb. Start at the ends and slowly work toward the roots to avoid damage. Do not brush.

WASH/CONDITIONER: (1) Add a small amount of HairUWear Shampoo to a washbasin of cool water. se shampoo sparingly. (2) Place product in washbasin and allow it to soak for 5 minutes. Do not scrunch or agitate the product. (3) Rinse by holding under running cool water until the water runs clear. Gently squeeze or use a clean, dry towel to press out excess water. Do not twist or wring. (4) Apply a light coat of HairUWear Leave-in-Conditioner & Detangler avoiding the base and roots. Applying conditioner to the base may cause shedding. (5) Place wet wig on a folding Plastic Wig Stand until it is completely dry. Finger styling is recommended.

STYLING: (1) Shake and style with your fingers to achieve the desired look. We recommend a HairUWear Styling Brush, HairUWear Styling Comb or fingers to style. (2) Apply a light mist of HairUWear Leave-in Conditioner & Detangler to difficult tangles if needed. (3) Heat-friendly synthetic fiber can be curled, blow dried or flat ironed to achieve a different hairstyle. (4) Heat-friendly synthetic fiber can withstand heat up to 350 Fahrenheit/180 Celsius. We recommend a low-medium setting. (5) Styled as desired: (5A) To straighten, take a 1 inch section starting at the roots and run a flat iron to the ends. (5B) To curl, wrap the hair around a curling iron and hold for 10 seconds. Carefully slide the iron out and pin the curl in place. Once the fiber has completely cooled it will keep the curl until heat is applied again. (5C) If desired, use HairUWear Hair Spray on the final styled product.

TIPS AND TRICKS: (1) Soaking longer than the recommended time will damage the product. (2) Hot water will damage synthetic fiber. (3) Sudden bursts of heat, such as opening an oven door, will damage synthetic fiber. (4) Do not dry on a solid form or mannequin head to avoid stretching the cap. (5) We do not recommend sleeping, showering or swimming while wearing your wig. (6) Store the wig on a Plastic Wig Stand to air dry. (7) Lace is delicate and should not be tugged or pulled. Be careful when putting wigs on or off the head. (8) After extended wear, matting and frizz can occur. To smooth, wash, condition and spray with HairUWear Leave-in Conditioner & Detangler then blow dry with a HairUWear Styling Brush. (9) heat-friendly synthetic fiber can withstand heat up to 350 Fahrenheit/180 Celsius. We recommend a low-medium setting. Fiber will be damaged if the heat setting is too high. We do not recommend curling or straightening the hair while wearing your wig or hairpiece. Heat-friendly synthetic fiber will get very hot. (10) Any cutting should be done by a professional hair stylist that works with wigs.

Information from HairUWear, Gabor collection. Gabor Luminous is a heat friendly synthetic fiber, available in GL colors by Gabor.

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