Hair & Wig Guide

It is important to provide your head measurements, especially when deciding on a frontal wig. We have provided a guide which illustrates the head measurements you should take and how they translate to the wig sizes.

  1. Use a clothing measuring tape and use the inches measurement.
  2. Measure your head with your hair in the style it would be under your wig (e.g. cainrow etc)

Circumference (inches)

Small (Wig Cap Size) 20-21 inches
Medium (Wig Cap Size) 21.5-22.5 inches
Large (Wig Cap Size) 23-24 inches

Front to Back/Nape (inches)

Small (Wig Cap Size) 13-13.5 inches
Medium (Wig Cap Size) 14-14.5 inches
Large (Wig Cap Size) 15-15.5 inche

Side to Side across forehead (inches)

Small (Wig Cap Size) 11-11.5 inches
Medium (Wig Cap Size) 12-12.5 inches
Large (Wig Cap Size) 13 inches
  1. Comb the hair/wig with a wide tooth comb from the scalp to the end.
  2. Rinse the hair using warm water, then apply a sulphate free shampoo and gently wash the hair (or wig) in a downward motion from the scalp to the end.
  3. Once clean, rinse the water out thoroughly then add a generous amount of moisturising conditioner.
  4. Comb the hair using a wide tooth comb from the scalp to the end.
  5. Keep the conditioner in for a minimum of 20 minutes before rinsing the conditioner out thoroughly with warm water.
  6. Leave the hair/ wig to air dry.
  7. Once dry, apply a very small amount of hair serum and style.

Note: This general wash and conditioning process should be done once every two weeks.

  1. Dampen the hair/wig with water.
  2. Comb the hair with a wide tooth-comb.
  3. Follow steps 3-6 of the general wash and conditioning guide.
  4. Once dry, mix leave in conditioner and water into a spray bottle and spray a generous amount into the hair.
  5. Apply a small amount of hair serum and style.
  1. After washing the hair/ wig (refer to general wash guide), apply a generous amount of conditioner.
  2. Put the hair/wig in a Ziplock (or plastic) bag and seal.
  3. Leave the hair/wig in the bag for at least 2 hours.
  4. Remove the hair/wig from the bag and comb using a wide tooth comb from the scalp to the end.
  5. Rinse the conditioner out thoroughly with warm water.
  6. Leave the hair/ wig to air dry.
  7. Once dry, apply a very small amount of hair serum (and leave in conditioner with water if it is deep wave) and style.

Note: The longer the better (but no more than 24 hours otherwise the conditioner dries out and the hair starts to smell so you will have to wash it and condition it again).

  1. Brush any hair strands back away from the face and forehead.
  2. Clean the surface of the forehead where the lace will be applied.
  3. Put the frontal wig on but put it a few inches back from the hairline.
  4. Apply the adhesive to the desired part of the forehead.
  5. Lift the frontal and gently place the lace on the adhesive.
  6. Use a comb to press the lace into the adhesive Style the baby hairs as desired, then wear a scarf over the lace area to secure the frontal.
  1. Add water into a small spray bottle.
  2. Spray a generous amount of water onto the sections of the lace that are stuck down.
  3. Rub the water in and leave for 2 minutes.
  4. Once loose, slowly lift the lace off.
  5. Apply more water to the lace if required until it can be removed easily.

Note: If you used a glue adhesive (rather than got2be gel) to secure the wig, use liquid sanitiser or rubbing alcohol instead of water.

  1. Apply shampoo and a little water to a toothbrush and gently clean the adhesive off the lace.
  2. Rinse the shampoo off with water.
  3. Leave to air dry before wearing again.
  1. Wear a wig cap before wearing your wig. The wig cap serves as a protective barrier between the wig and the scalp and can help to better hold the wig in place. The wig cap also stops sweat and excess grease from the natural hair transferring onto the wig, which prevents the wig from smelling and needing more frequent washing.
  2. As Hair Assured have such great quality hair, a lot of customers do not wash and condition their wigs regularly. They do it at their own discretion.
  3. Do not put excessive products on the wig. The hair is of very good quality so does not need excessive products in order to keep its luster and texture.
  4. Do not cut the weft of the hair.
  5. After washing your straight hair/wig, it is advisable to get a professional stylist to straighten it if you want it to be bone straight.
  6. If you do not know how to wash your hair, get a professional to do it.
  7. The hair can be bleached and dyed to your preference.
  1. Sulphate free shampoo – TRESemme Salon Silk Shampoo.
  2. Conditioner- TRESemme Salon Silk Conditioner.
  3. Purple Shampoo for blonde (colour 613) hair – PRO:VOKE Touch Of Silver Brightening Purple Shampoo.
  4. Purple Conditioner for blonde (colour 613) hair – PRO:VOKE Touch Of Silver Intensive Purple Conditioner.
  5. Adhesive for frontal – Gots2b freeze hold spray.
  6. Leave in conditioner for deep wave hair.
  7. Heat protector spray.


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