- Shake out your wig, spritz it wig water, and let it air dry on a wig head or wig stand.
- If the wig is heat safe, you can use a heat tool such as a flat iron, curling wand, or hot comb to address the misshapen cap and/or crimped areas of the hair fibers. I have a tutorial on that technique. Do not use heat tools such as these on a non heat safe wig.
- You can spot treat by spraying water of the affected areas and use a blow-dryer on low heat to work out the area. I personally prefer the Revlon Air Kit for this. Do not keep the heat concentrated in one area for more than a few seconds or you risk burning the wig fibers.
- You can use a wig steamer or travel steamer and a wide toothed come to work through the creased areas. I have two videos demonstrating this HOWEVER, I use the steamer while the wig is on my head. DO NOT DO THAT. Use a wig head or wig stand so that you don't risk burning yourself.
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