How to care for your ginger orange wigs

How to care for your ginger orange wigs

Are you thinking of getting a ginger orange wig? Or maybe you've already taken the plunge and are now the proud owner of a beautiful ginger orange wig! Either way, congratulations - you're about to join a very select group of people who know how amazing these wigs can be.

But with great power comes great responsibility, and as the owner of a ginger wig it's important that you take care of it properly. In this article, we'll give you some tips on how to do just that, so read on and learn how to keep your wig looking its best for years to come.

Brush it regularly

Just like your own hair, ginger orange wigs need to be brushed regularly in order to prevent tangles and keep them looking their best. A soft-bristled brush is ideal, and you should aim to brush your wig at least once a day - more if you can.

Wash it carefully

You'll need to wash your ginger orange wig occasionally, but be careful not to overdo it as this can cause the fibers to become weak and brittle. When washing your wig, use a gentle shampoo and conditioner specifically designed for wigs, and avoid rubbing or scrubbing too vigorously and avoid rubbing or scrubbing too vigorously.

Protect your wig from the sun

The sun can damage both your skin and your hair, so it’s important to protect your wig from harmful UV rays. When you’re outside, wear a hat or scarf over your wig and avoid prolonged exposure to direct sunlight.

Store it properly

When you're not wearing your ginger orange wig it's important to store it properly in order to prevent damage. The best way to do this is to invest in a good quality wig stand or mannequin head, which will support the wig and keep it in good shape.

Protect it from heat

When you’re styling your wig, be sure to use products that are safe for use on synthetic hair. Avoid using heat-styling tools as well, as they can damage the fibers of your wig. Heat can be damaging to ginger orange wigs, so it's important to take care when using heat-styling tools such as hair dryers, curling irons or straighteners. If you do need to use any of these tools, make sure you use them on the lowest setting possible, and always use a heat protectant spray beforehand.

Be gentle with it

Ginger orange wigs are delicate, so it's important to handle them with care. Avoid pulling or stretching the wig, and never try to force it into a style that it doesn't want to go - this will only damage the fibers.

Bring your wig to a professional for regular maintenance

Just like your own hair, your wig will benefit from regular trims and touch-ups. Bring it to a professional stylist every few months to keep it looking its best.


By following these simple tips, you can be sure that your ginger orange wig will stay looking its best for many years to come. So enjoy your new wig, and take good care of it!