Lace front wigs provide women with an opportunity to look stylish, especially if they are experiencing hair loss or just having a bad hair day. A good-looking front lace wig can capture everyone’s attention when you walk into a room.
If you are new to wig-wearing, then you are probably wondering if you can sleep in them.
Yes, it’s possible to sleep in your front lace wig. However, the friction between your wig’s hair and pillow can decrease the longevity of your wig, unless you take extra precautions such as covering your wig with a silk cap and tying it into a ponytail.
Even though sleeping in a lace front wig can significantly decrease its lifespan, many women still prefer to sleep in them. Here are some of the reasons why some women may choose to sleep in their front lace wigs.
When you have had a long day at work or doing your chores, the last thing you want is to spend some time removing your front lace wig at night. This will not only interrupt your sleep pattern but can also take lots of energy from your already worn-out body.
If you are the type of person who dozes off after a long day, then it would be perfect to jump into bed with little or no disturbances to get quality sleep. But women who don’t prefer sleeping in their wigs must stay awake in order to remove them.
A bit of self-confidence can be quite appealing even at night. Whether you want to look elegant throughout or you have terrible hair, wearing your lace front wig overnight can indeed help to boost your self-confidence.
A lot of women rush to work or school each morning. Re-installing the wig every morning requires more time which may cause delays. If you repeatedly report late at work, you will put your job at risk. Additionally, the stress of installing your wig can increase your anxiety levels in the morning, leading to a bad mood.
Lace front wigs are usually installed by experienced hairstylists. That’s because it requires lots of skills to place the wig clips, secure the hair, and apply foundation along with the lace. If you have been wearing wigs for some time or you have just started out, then you understand that when re-installing it in the morning, the risk of bungling it is quite high. So basically, sleeping in your lace front wig can save you many problems.
However, there are also some drawbacks to sleeping in a wig. That’s why some women choose to remove them at night. These drawbacks include:
1. Increased fiction can drain moisture from the wig and lead to knots or tangles；
2. It can put your scalp health at risk；
3. Sleeping in your wig will make it require high maintenance；
4. It can be quite addictive。
Sleeping in a lace front wig is an art that needs to be mastered if you want to achieve good results in regards to maintaining its quality. Here are some instructions to help you sleep peacefully in your lace front wig.
1. Apply moisturizer into your wig;
2. Braid your pre-plucked front lace wig with baby hair to a loose ponytail or wrap the wig into a doughnut to avoid friction;
3. Make sure that every inch of your hair is tucked in;
4. Cover all your hair wig with a nightcap, specifically a silk cap because silk is smooth and body-friendly;
5. Sleep on a satin pillowcase;
6. Untie your head wrap in the morning and style the wig. Depending on the type of fiber or hair that the wig is made from, you may use heated styling tools.
If you want to ensure that you maintain your wig’s quality and extend its lifespan, there are some maintenance routines that you have to practice during bedtime. These tips include:
1. Apply moisturizer or styling lotion
Before you jump into bed in your lace front wig, you should apply moisturizer or styling lotion. These lotions can keep your hair hydrated the whole night. This will lead to a long-lasting, refreshed-looking wig.
2. Detangle your hair with a brush
Before you sleep in your lace front wig, you need to brush it thoroughly to remove tangles. There are various types of brushes that you can use to achieve your desired results. Moreover, brushing your hair can prevent it from becoming tangled or developing knots which can make brushing the hair more difficult later on.
3. Use silk pillowcases
Friction is one of the main factors that can damage the front lace if you opt to sleep in it. You can reduce this problem by sleeping on silk pillowcases. Silk is a soft and smooth material, unlike cotton that can tangle your hair due to friction.
4. Wear a satin or silk cap or bonnet
A silk or satin cap can help you to maintain your lace front wigs or full lace wigs for many months. Caps made from silk provide better properties than caps made from other materials. Silk can help in maintaining the texture or style of your wig. It can also reduce the friction caused by physical contact between the sleeping surface and hair.
Sleeping in a lace front wig can be quite tricky, but it is possible. So long as you take the right steps from moisturizing your hair to wearing a satin or silk cap, and sleeping on a silk or satin pillowcase, you can maintain the quality of your Wig and continue to look elegant with it.
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