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Unread 09-02-2010, 07:53 PM   #1
Kuro_Tsuki_Hime
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Wig de-frizzing

Okay...so there probably is a topic for this already...but I just couldn't find one.

Anyways, I have a Sailor Moon wig that has pigtails that are REALLY frizzy, and my friend also has some frizzy wigs. We bought the Motions Oil Sheen conditioner spray. Was that the stuff to buy?

And what do we do with it specifically? Do we brush it right after spraying...or wait a certain amount of time?

And will this stuff keep the wigs from frizzing again?

Thank you!
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Unread 09-02-2010, 09:21 PM   #2
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Let it sit for several hours. Over night even...if you have severe damage you may need to look into a silicon spray (it's in one of the stickies). After you let it sit gingerly comb through it slowly. You may have to do this several times but don't keep doing it if you don't see results after 3-4 times.

Be generous with your spraying A nice thick coat is better than a light coat.
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