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How To Care 4x4 Lace Wig After Using Flat Iron

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With the development of various Closure Wig treatment tools, more and more women treat their hair at home to create a sleek, modern styling. Among them, the flat iron is a widely recognized tool. With flat iron, people can straighten their hair according to their preferences. But after flat ironing, some people may wonder why is the hair feeling crunchy? While flat iron has become the most common indispensable perm tool. In this condition, how can we use flat iron correctly and prevent crunchy 4x4 Lace Wig to the greatest extent?
 
1. Choose a good flat iron
1) The material of flat iron needs careful consideration. Ceramics, tourmaline, and ferrotitanium are usually the best choices. They can conduct heat evenly and safely while minimizing heat damage.
 
2) The choice of temperature is very significant. Too much heat is bad for 4x4 Closure Wig. People need to avoid exposing their hairs to too much heat. Choosing the iron with the function of adjustable temperature is best.
 
3) Plates come in various sizes. Wider plates can make the straightening process faster. For long hair and thick hair, it is a good choice. If the hair is short or fine, it is better to choose a flat iron that is one-half inch to one inch wide, it is more convenient to handle smaller pieces of hair. 
 
2. Prepare your hair
Wash and condition the hair firstly. Please choose gentle moisturizing shampoos and conditioners to let the hair be full of nutrition and moisture. In the meantime, it is good to make your hair clean, remove the dirt and hair styling products used before. Another important thing, trying to flat iron the hair when it's wet can cause serious damage. Please let the hair air-dry till it is completely dry, then start using the flat iron.
 
3. Use a heat protectant spray
Flat irons will use heat and it is necessary to do the double dose of heat protection. Heat protectant spray will create a protective barrier between the flat ironing and your hair to prevent heat-related damage and help keep your hair healthy. This step is crucial. Don’t skip it. 
 
I hope you have found this guide useful. If you need any more help just let us know either by visit www.mslynnhair.com
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