Save Money on Wigs: How to Restore Your Damaged Wigs with Boiling Water (VIDEO)

Maintaining financial security is crucial in today’s pricey world, and for women, making small sacrifices can go a long way. One such sacrifice that can help save money is taking care of your wigs. If you’re having a rough month financially and can’t afford to buy a new wig, there’s good news. The internet has provided us with a reliable method for restoring damaged wigs and extensions: boiling.

Boiling wigs not only repairs damaged extensions but also makes them easier to style. You can even transform a straight wig into curls by boiling it. Here’s how you can do it:

Step 1: Fill a saucepan that isn’t normally used for cooking with water and set it on the stove to boil with the lid off.

Step 2: Add one teaspoonful of olive oil or coconut oil to the water as it boils. Combine the oil and water by stirring the mixture thoroughly. Then, put in two tablespoons of your favorite creamy leave-in conditioner. Keep whisking until the conditioner is completely incorporated.

Step 3: Get some water boiling and drop the wig in there. Take care not to get splashed by the boiling water.

Step 4: Boil the wig for ten to fifteen minutes. Make sure the water is just barely boiling. If you want your weave or wig to feel more like silk, wash it in hot water.

Step 5: When you’re finished, use tongs to carefully pull the wig out of the bath. Pat your hair dry with a black cloth.

The wig can be hung up to dry after it is no longer dripping wet. Plan on spending at least 24 hours to dry completely.

While boiling your wig may seem like a strange method, it is a cost-effective solution that can help you save money in the long run. You can extend the life of your wig and keep it looking great without breaking the bank. So, next time you’re in a financial pinch, don’t hesitate to try boiling your wig.



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