If you’re crazy in love with today’s popular wavy lob cut, JORDAN is everything you need and more. Unstructured, beachy air-dried texture. Unstoppable superstar personality. She’s blunt cut across the bottom and puts your love on top with a generous monofilament area.
Hold at the base and give your wig or hairpiece a few firm shakes to release the style
Style with your fingers to achieve the desired look.
Tru2Life heat-friendly synthetic fiber can be curled, waved, flat-ironed or blown dry to achieve a different texture. Once heat-styled, the wig or hairpiece will keep the new texture even after washing.
Tru2Life heat-friendly synthetic fiber can withstand a low-medium heat setting up to 350°F/180°C. Caution: Fiber will be damaged if the heat setting is too high. Do not heat-style while wearing as heat-friendly synthetic fiber will get very hot.
To straighten: take a 1-inch section and run a flat iron from the base to the ends. Allow to cool.
To curl: wrap a 1-inch section around a curling iron and hold for 10 seconds. Carefully slide the iron out and hold the curl shape with a hairpin or clip until completely cool to set the curl.
For wavy/curly styles, refresh the texture as needed by finger-styling while spritzing with a 50/50 mix of water and a leave-in
conditioner formulated for synthetic fiber.
After each wearing, gently comb through the wig or hairpiece using your fingers or a wide-tooth comb.
To avoid unwanted kinks or crimps, store on a wig stand (or clip hairpiece on a hanger).
To maintain wavy/curly textures, style only when the hair is completely dry using only your fingers. Do not comb or brush dry hair as this can loosen the texture.
After extended wear, matting and frizzing can occur. To detangle and recondition: wash as recommended, spray with a leave-in
conditioner formulated for synthetic fiber, then comb through with a wide-tooth comb starting at the ends.
Add 1 tbsp of shampoo formulated for synthetic fiber to a washbasin of cool water. Caution: Hot water will damage heat-friendly synthetic fiber.
Place wig or hairpiece in washbasin and allow it to soak for 3-5 minutes. Do not scrunch or agitate. Caution: Soaking longer than 5 minutes can damage the wig or hairpiece.
Rinse by holding under cool running water until the water runs clear. Use a clean, colorfast towel to press out excess water. Do not twist or wring.
Apply a light mist of leave-in conditioner formulated for synthetic fiber and comb through using a wide-tooth comb starting at the
ends. Caution: Do not apply conditioner directly to the hand-tied areas as this may loosen the knots and cause shedding.
For wavy/curly styles, be careful not to overstretch or pull on the fiber.
The damp wig can then be placed on a wig stand to dry. Hairpieces can be clipped on a hanger to dry, however, hand-tied
hairpieces should instead dry flat on a colorfast towel to prevent any damage to the delicate construction.
Caution: Do not dry wig on a solid form or mannequin head to avoid overstretching the cap.
Keep a small wide tooth comb with you to detangle the neckline and ends throughout the day.