How to Blow Dry Wigs

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Blow drying wigs will require you to use the right type of water sprayer. Blow dry wigs with help from a professional hairstylist, makeup artist, Sebastian-trained educator, and instructor of hair and makeup at a New York State-licensed facility in this free video clip.

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I'm Xtah, and this is how to blow dry wigs. Well, if you washed it and you started off wet, great, if not, you can just mist your wig with a water sprayer. Make sure that it's wet just like you are blow drying a regular hairdo. So the difference is going to be in your heat. You do not want to use high heat in blow drying your wig because it's going to make it shrivel up and you are not going to be able to keep it. So just put it onto a low heat using a round brush that I usually choose to use and just low heat, keeping behind the hair and blow it into the direction towards you or the direction of the hair, blow dry just like you would anybody else's hair and you have blow dried your wig.


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