• Wash and condition hair once a week. Use a wide-tooth comb to comb out hair daily to remove tangles.
  • Run fingers through hair to remove any tangles, and comb through hair with a wide-tooth comb or brush, and then wash hair.
  • Mix equal parts conditioner and water in a spray bottle, and shake it up. Spray the mixture on hair to gradually wet it and then then brush it.
  • Use a wide tooth brush like Bobby Original Vent Brush to brush hair from the bottom to the top.
  • Shampoo and condition the wig with quality hair products.
  • Pour cool water into a basin or a clean sink and add a mild moisturizing shampoo to the water. Soak the wig in it for at least seven minutes.
  • Use shampoo to lather the wig but do not rub or tug at the hair. Squeeze the soapy water through the hair from the top to the hair ends gently. Rinse the wig with cool water thoroughly. Condition the wig.
  • Use hair conditioner to saturate the wig. Let the conditioner sit for at least 5 minutes.
  • Rinse wig with cool water to remove any conditioner, and then gently squeeze the water. Towel-dry the hair or let it air dry
  • Moisturize the wig by applying a quality leave-in conditioner to prevent the hair from becoming too dry.
  • It is recommended to follow the previous steps after swimming with the wig on. Make sure that you wash the hair after exercising and after sweating to keep the hair clean.
  • When using flat irons or curling irons, you should carefully protect hair. You can use styling products like heat protector to prevent hair damage.
  • You must ensure that your scalp is clean  before wearing your wig. For a long-hair wig, braid it in sections or wrap the hair and cover with a silk scarf before sleeping.



Falsies are not worn long enough to require high maintenance, therefore the upkeep of falsies is very minimal. 

we recommended that you clean your lash extensions to help keep bacteria away from your eye that could cause redness and agitation and to prolong the life of your lashes by cleaning them. 

Peel off the glue residue

If you look closely enough, you'll see the remaining strip of adhesive stuck on the base of your lash extensions. You'll want to peel the remaining off so it’s ready to be re-glued during their next use. 

Create a cleaning solution

Fill a small bowl or sink with warm water and a little bit of soap. You can also add liquid makeup remover

Clean the lashes

Submerge your false lashes into your water/cleaning solution and gently rub them to encourage mascara or other makeup to dissolve off of them. 

Let them dry

Check the lashes for any remaining residue, and then set them in a clean place to dry. If you're in a hurry, you can also pat them dry.