Annabelle's Wigs are high quality and beautifully made, giving you total luxury but without the price tag. Sourced from the UK, we are proud to offer you the best vegan synthetic hair in the world!
Do I need to do anything to my wig or hairpiece when it arrives?
Each style of wig/hair piece comes to you pre-styled. When you take your piece out of its bag, give it a light shake then either run your fingers through it, use a wide tooth comb or brush gently with a paddle brush to achieve your desired look.
Wavy with loose curls
Give it a good shake, and if you wish, lightly comb using short lifting strokes, just enough to relax and shape your style.
A tight or ringlet curly style
Give the hairpiece/wig a good shake and gently lift and separate curls with your fingers.
Give it a good shake, and lightly brush with long, even strokes, from the crown to the ends for a smooth, sleek look.
How do I best store my wig?
It is very important, if you want your synthetic hair to last a long time, that you make sure it is stored well. We suggest you either keep it on a wig stand or packed up in the netting and bag that it was originally sent out in.
After wearing your hair, it is very important that you gently comb it out with a wide-toothed comb before storing it - anything you can do to avoid it tangling will help prolong its life. If you have a conditioning spray, after combing, spray the hair ends and leave on a stand to dry.
You can brush your wigs and hair pieces using either a paddle brush or a wide tooth comb. Always brush very gently. You can use hair clips, bobbie pins and headbands on your wigs and hair pieces. You can also use hair spray if you wish.
Take care of your wig and it will retain it's style for at least a year.
Can I use heat on my wig?
DO NOT use strong heated appliances. Our wigs are non-heat-resistant and therefore NOT heat proof.
This doesn't mean you can't have fun and play around with other types of styling.
Can wigs get wet?
YES, cool water will not damage your wig. The style of your synthetic wig/hair piece is “baked in” and once it dries, the hair will go right back to its original shape.
Can wigs be cut?
Yes, you can get your wig trimmed - the fibres are a little thicker than human hair so you will need a decent pair of scissors.
Wig Washing Guide
If you wear your wig regularly, you should ideally wash it after 7 to 10 wears.
You can tell when it needs washing as it will start to lose it's shape, the colour will appear duller and make-up may have accumulated around the hair line.
Before washing your hair piece it is advisable to gently brush out the tangles from ends to roots.
Then, in a sink or basin, mix tepid water (25 degrees) with shampoo and immerse the piece. Gently swirl and let soak for 2 minutes.
Rinse the piece in cold water until all of the shampoo is removed.
Refill the basin with tepid water and a dash of fabric conditioner and allow the piece to soak for 10 minutes.
After that, rinse the conditioner out with cold water.
Wrap your wig in a towel and gently pat out excess water. Do not twist or brush the hair while wet.
For a wig or half wig, gently fluff it up whilst it is still a bit damp and allow it to air dry on a wig stand.