Wig Care Tips

Daily Care:

Dolls, treat your tresses as you world your own hair!

*Caring for your JessTRESSED Wigs:

 It's very important to use a wide tooth or paddle brush using gentle strokes,

when washing and/or styling the wig. Avoid using small tooth and metal tail

combs as they can snag the hair or thread which can cause unwanted shedding

and loosened wefts. 

All of our JessTRESSED Closure Wigs are glueless and do not require adhesive.

If using adhesive, please refer to the care instructions given with the adhesive


Co-Wash Routine:

Your wig should be washed every 7-14 days depending on your day to day

activity. Your wig will let you know when it is time to wash, as the hair will appear

and feel weighed down from natural buildup and product usage.

1.Fill a basin or sink with lukewarm water and conditioner.

*Be careful not to scratch or comb lace harshly.

2. Detangle hair with wide-tooth comb BEFORE submerging in water.

3. Once hair is detangled completely, submerge your lace wig in water. 

4.Detangle with wide-tooth comb or Denman brush starting at ends to roots.

*You will experience minimum to no shedding from lace when washing which is normal, and a little more with curly patterns.

*Excessive shedding isn’t normal. 

5. Rinse shampoo from lace wig and empty basin or sink. Now fill with conditioner. *BONUS: Organix sulfate free product line works great on JessTRESSED Wigs.

5. Rinse conditioner, detangle and allow to air dry.

*BONUS: Spray Gots2be freeze spray or firm holding spray on underside

of lace to reseal your knots and minimize shedding.

6. Style as desired!

Recommended Styling Products:

For Straight and Wavy textures, we recommend:

-OGX Argon Oil of Morocco Shampoo & Conditioner

-Heat Protectant Spray

-Wide tooth comb/ paddle brush/ denman brush

-Flexi Rods 

-Holding spray


For Curly hair, we recommend:

-OGX Coconut Curls Conditioner

-Mixed Chicks Leave-In Conditioner

-Miss Jackie's 

-Spray Bottle

-Wide tooth comb/ denman brush


Remember: Don’t pull, pat or use any force on the lace. It can bald and tear your lace. 

Lace units and lace pieces last anywhere from 1- 2+ years. Proper care is key for longevity. 

If you don’t have the time to maintain the upkeep on your wig units, please send your wigs to the TRESSED SPA.