Before wearing a wig, brush wig lightly to give an overall smooth flow.
Use a soft brush to brush it carefully from the hair tips to prevent tangle.
Hold both ends of the clip and bend it backwards to open it.
After deciding on the position you want, place the tip of the clip onto your scalp vertically. Scoop your hair root and press the clip down as you go until you hear a "clicking" sound.
Brush the wig through to blend it with your natural hair.
First make sure the pin is open by listening for a “click” sound. Check whether your hair is twisted around the pin before gently removing it. If you are perspired and feeling uncomfortable, please wash the wig on the same day.
As you continue to use the wig, the thread used to sew the pin will eventually wear out. Should that happen, you may sew the pin back the same way you would with buttons to clothes.
Avoid having the wig close to flames or in places where fire is used, such as the kitchen.
Do not place the wig in any high-temperature environments such as near a stove, heater or dryer. It may damage the wig material or base.
Do not wash the wig using detergents meant for laundry or kitchen items. This may result in material damage to the wig.
Avoid excessive brushing as the wig’s hair root and base are very delicate. When setting the wig, brush carefully and gently using a brush made exclusively for wigs.
In the event of any skin abnormality on the scalp, such as a wound, rash, inflammation or swelling, stop using the wig and consult a doctor immediately.