i brought my first lace wig for about $400 and a wig store in the mall. when i comb the wig the hair falls out, someone told me this isn't suppose to happen... is this true??

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Comment by Essence on August 26, 2009 at 11:53pm
no, that happens a lot.. my wig hair falls out on my wig.

it's just some of the strands aren't tied as tight onto the net as others so those tend to fall out.. don't worry, you won't end up with just a net. lol. but if it becomes excessive, you should go back to the store you got it from and complain... a little shedding is bound to happen but you don't want so much hair to fall out cause then the net will show a little.
Comment by Essence on August 26, 2009 at 11:54pm
** on all of my wigs actually... every wig i've bought! lol.
Comment by Thomas on August 27, 2009 at 1:20am
I have not had a wig for many years....I think maybe because Im a guy..and I dont care to maintain it all the time. When I did have my wig(I had 2) I had human hair, but I paid $2200 Cnd. Very little loss but had to go in every two weeks for maintanace.
Comment by Annette Stewart on August 27, 2009 at 7:37am
This happens to almost every wig I get. Some of my wigs have lasted a long time, but every now and then I purchase a wig that doesn't last for more than a couple days. I've never returned them though I've thought about it many times. It's very aggravating.
Comment by Erika Saliva on August 27, 2009 at 10:14am
its true.... all my wigs have alopecia too... i straighten...curl...and what not.. but the wigs i get are only 269 with shipping... and i change them out ever 6mos-year....either i get bored...or they thin out.. im a southern girl.. i like big hair..haha but if you have any questions let me know..ill be happy to help you!!!
Comment by alyssa on August 27, 2009 at 2:22pm
okay thanks everyone... i was getting worried that got a cheap wig because i spent a lot of money on it. and someone told me that it isn't suppose to fall out. i got nervous...thanks a lot
Comment by Lee on August 27, 2009 at 10:35pm
It falls out, but you should take it back where you bought it and they can add more hair.
Comment by Tallgirl on August 27, 2009 at 11:53pm
Hold the hair strands with one hand closer to the cap while you gently comb DRY wig hair with the other hand, metal tongs only, from tip first, then closer and closer to the cap. You have to hold it or you may pull it out of the cap.
Comment by Nuruzzaman Rana on December 25, 2012 at 2:03am

Sometime hair can shed for manufacturing fault. That means hair knots. There are various types of knots and all are not suitable for every type of base cap material.
Excessive hair shedding from your wig can be a problem if you do not properly care for your wig. There are a few maintenance techniques which will help prevent shedding. After washing your unit, allow it to air dry. Another thing that can cause the wig to excessively shed is applying oils or conditioners close to the base of the wig where the knots are. This can cause the knots to loosen and slip when brushing or combing the hair. When applying conditioner to your unit, try to stay clear of the knots at the base. Make sure your hair is complete dryer before combing or brushing. If the hair is not complete dry, combing loosens the knots.

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