Elite’s quality human hair is the key to creating styles that you can call your own. Our human hair can be styled with heat to create any look day after day. Our exclusive colors, which achieve beautiful and natural hues, will give you unlimited options for your wig plus the healthiest sheen possible.
Elite Designer Wigs’ human hair collection is constructed using the highest grade of human hair available. Our lace-front collection of human hair has each hair individually hand-tied to the lace, creating the illusion that the hair is growing from your own hairline. The fine lace-front is so smooth and soft, you’ll forget you have it on.
These instructions are intended for professional hairstylists.
First, brush through the hair to loosen any knots or foreign matter. Always use a brush with single bristles that have protective tips. This will protect handtied knots and will not pull on the hair. (Elite Designer Wigs & Hair Extensions has this type of brush. Ask about it.) Do not use a standard brush, such as boar bristles or any brush with more than one bristle coming out of the base at any one point.
To wash color-treated or damaged hair, simply prepare a solution of water and shampoo in a bowl or basin with 1-2 quarts, depending upon the size of the wig. Do not use hot water – only cool water is recommended. Follow the directions on the manufacturer’s container for the ratio of water versus shampoo.
While holding the wig in one hand, take a cup in the other hand and pour the shampoo solution on the hair and base foundation so the solution continues to run through the hair in a downward direction. Repeat this several times. Make sure to always keep the solution running through the hair in a downward direction. Never allow handmade human hair articles to soak in any kind of water solution, whether washing, rinsing or conditioning. Never place handmade human hair articles in solutions and swish or slosh up and down. This can cause tangling as the cuticles can cling to each other.
Rinsing is primarily done in the same manner, with clean and cool water running in the same direction, from the base through the hair, to the ends of the hair length. The main reason for this is that the cuticles in handmade human hair articles can cause trouble in some items. It does not take much effort or intense handling to wash hairpieces.
While your handmade human hair wig is still wet, spray on a quality leave-in conditioner that is designed for color-treated or damaged hair. This will make brushing much easier, with less tangling and knotting. (Elite Designer Wigs & Hair Extensions has designed a leave-in conditioner for color-treated hair. Ask about it.) Always brush wet hair from the very bottom or ends, working your way up slowly and gently. At this point, you can proceed to block the wig to the styling block to set or re-style.