​In order to preserve the beauty and glory of your royal curls, we prepared some humble suggestions for you.​

Brush your hair gently with a wig brush or wide tooth comb from the bottom up before and after every wear.​ ​Store your wig in a climate-controlled space, either in a box or on a wig stand/mannequin head.

Wash your​ royal crown regularly. Your ​hair should be washed after about 10-30 wears, depending on your environment, your daunting or quiet lifestyle and duration of use​ by using the following steps​. 

Brush your ​hair ​gently ​with a wig brush before washing to remove tangles and spray build up. 

Mix cool water with wig shampoo in a sink or bowl. Soak your ​delightful tresses​for five to ten minutes. Even if your ​lovely hair is quite soiled, never rub, twist or wring it. If your ​hair is really ​long or tends to tangle, you may skip the soaking and simply hold it in your hand while allowing the water to run from root to ends.

After soaking, gently dip ​your lovely hair up and down in the water. If there are makeup stains on the cap, clean them gently with a small ​(tooth)​brush​.​

Rinse your ​hair gently but thoroughly in cool water.

​Conditioning your royal locks will restore the original style pattern of your ​hair. Synthetic wig conditioner contains specially blended oils that soften dryness and bring out the luster and mobility of the fiber. To condition your wig, refill your sink or bowl with clean, cool water. Add conditioner to the cool water. Immerse your wig in the conditioner solution, gently working the solution through the wig with your fingers.

Rinse your ​hair again gently but thoroughly in cool water.

The weight of the water could stretch the fibers and ruin the style. To avoid this, lay your ​hair flat on a towel and gently pat (not rub) the excess water out with the other half of the towel. Hang your ​beautiful hair loosely on a ​hair stand to dry at room temperature. Do not place ​your precious locks on a Styrofoam head or a blockhead which can stretch the cap. Never comb ​the wet hair or attempt to speed dry it with a blow dryer. Air drying takes only a few hours and ensures healthy-looking, manageable fibers.

Voila, your Highness, your magnificent locks are as good as new!