Wigs are the perfect solution for women who have damaged, thinning or balding hair. They can help you look younger, feel better and restore your confidence. But there's more to choosing a wig than knowing the style you want. It's also important to consider the proper care of your new 'do'!

Care tips for your gray wig. Here are some ways to care for your wig to prolong its life and keep it looking as beautiful as possible.

  1. Brush or comb the wig before washing to remove any tangles or knots. Use a wig brush or a comb with wide teeth to detangle the hair gently.

  2. Add mild shampoo made for wigs to a sink of cool water. Gently swish the wig around in the water to cleanse it. Avoid using hot water, which can damage the hair fibers.

  3. To remove all shampoo, thoroughly rinse the wig with cool water. Use a spray bottle to apply the water and help remove any remaining shampoo.

  4. Gently squeeze the excess water from the wig, but avoid wringing or twisting it. Use a towel to pat the wig dry, and then lay it flat on a towel to air dry.

  5. Once the wig is dry, use a wide-toothed comb or brush to style it as desired. Use a wig brush to smooth out tangles and gently shape the wig into the desired style.

  6. Store the wig on a wig stand or mannequin head when not used. This will help maintain the shape of the wig and prevent tangling. Avoid storing the wig in direct sunlight or high temperatures, which can cause damage.

Note: It's important to use wig shampoo and conditioner free of harsh chemicals and fragrances for older ladies with sensitive scalps. And it's best to check the manufacturer's instructions before using any heat styling tools on the wig.


Wearing wigs for older women will allow you to experiment with different looks, from glamor and cute to edgy and sexy. But your hair is more challenging to maintain. Like other hair replacement options, wigs need special care to look their best.

Wigs are designed to be light, comfortable, and easy to wear. Wearing wigs should be like putting on a pair of slippers, except it's more difficult to get off. Check out Paula young wigs collections and get your wig to flaunt beautiful hair and follow the guide to care for it. 

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