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Unread 10-13-2012, 02:04 PM   #4
ShinobiXikyu
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Washing a wig in hot water won't straighten it; to take curls and such out, you need to put it on a wig head on some sort of stand so the hairs aren't against the floor or such (I stick shorter ones on the plunger in the tub), and pour the water over it. For the back of the neck you'll need to clip the top layers out of the way (if it were a longer wig I'd say "or hold", but you'd probably scald yourself doing that on a short wig) to make sure you get them straight.
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