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Easy Steps to Bring a Matted, Tangled Wig Back to Life

If you’ve ever had a human hair wig or a synthetic wig that became matted and tangled, you know how frustrating it can be. No matter how much you brush, comb, and style the wig, it won’t look right. Fortunately, there are some easy steps that you can take to bring your matted and tangled wig back to life. This guide will provide tips and tricks to get your human hair or synthetic wig back into perfect condition.

Easy Steps to Bring a Matted, Tangled Wig Back to Life

Having human hair or a synthetic wigs can be a great way to instantly change your hairstyle and look stylish. But, if you need to be more careful with the maintenance of your wig, it can become matted and tangled. While this can be an incredibly frustrating situation, there are a few steps you can take to restore your wig and return it to its original condition. Let’s explore some easy ways to bring a matted, tangled human hair or synthetic wig back to life!

Section 1: Determining the Type of Wig You Have

The first step in restoring a matted and tangled wig is determining what type of wig you have. This will help determine the best approach to getting the wig back into a wearable condition.

  • Human Hair Wigs

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Human hair wigs use real human hair, so they often require more specialized care and attention. Human hair wigs can be more expensive than synthetic wigs. However, they are often higher quality and will last longer if properly cared for. Human hair wigs can be washed, conditioned, and styled like natural hair.

  • Synthetic Wigs

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Synthetic wigs are made from synthetic fibers, such as polyester and nylon. These wigs are less expensive than human hair and do not require as much care. However, they are more prone to matting and tangling. Synthetic wigs should never be washed with shampoo. They should never be exposed to extreme heat (such as a hair dryer or straightening iron).

Section 2: Detangling and De-Matting

Once you have determined the type of wig you have, it’s time to start detangling and de-matting. Here are a few tips to get you started:

1. Start by Combating Tangles

If your wig is suffering from tangles, the best way to combat them is by using a special comb designed for human hair or synthetic wigs. These combs have wide-toothed plastic bristles that are gentle on your human hair or synthetic fiber strands. Start at the bottom of the wig and work up in small sections while gently combing out the knots and tangles without pulling too hard so as not to cause further damage. You might also have to use a conditioner or detangling spray on the wig before combing it out.

2. Create a Moist Environment

Sometimes human hair and synthetic wigs become so matted and tangled that regular brushing won’t work. If this is the case, you must create a moist environment for your wig. To do this, submerge the wig in lukewarm water with mild shampoo or conditioner (or a product specifically formulated for human hair or synthetic wigs). Let it soak for five minutes using a wide-toothed comb to remove any remaining tangles gently. Afterward, rinse it off with cool water and let it air dry completely before styling.

3. Separate the Strands

You may need to use a special serum or detangler for human hair wigs to help separate matted strands. Evenly spray the product onto your human hair wig, and then use a wide-toothed comb or brush to gently work out any knots or tangles. If you’re dealing with a synthetic wig, try using an alcohol-based solution like hairspray to help break up the matted fibers. Spray it on the affected area, and then use your fingers to carefully work out any knots or tangles.

4. Use Heat Styling Tools Sparingly

Use heat styling tools on your human hair or synthetic wig if all else fails. However, it’s important to use these sparingly so as not to cause further damage to the fibers. Start by blow-drying your human hair wig on a low heat setting and gently combing out any remaining knots or tangles with a wide-toothed comb as you go. For synthetic wigs, use a brush with natural bristles and style it into place while using the lowest heat setting on your styling tool.

5. Professional Care

Suppose your human hair or synthetic wig is severely matted and tangled. In that case, it’s best to take it to a professional stylist for proper care and restoration. Professionals are equipped with specialized tools and techniques to help bring matted, tangled wigs to life. You should also ensure you get human hair or synthetic wigs that handle heat styling. Some human hair and synthetic fibers cannot withstand the high temperatures of curling and flat irons.

Section 3: Restoring Shine and Volume

Once you have successfully de-matted and detangled your human hair or synthetic wig, restoring shine and volume is time. Depending on the type of wig you have, there are a few different methods that you can use to achieve this.

  • Human Hair Wigs

You can use a deep conditioning treatment for human hair wigs to help restore shine and volume. Start by shampooing the wig with a mild shampoo and then follow up with a good quality deep conditioner. Leave the conditioner on for the time recommended in the instructions, then rinse it. Once your human hair wig is dry, you can use a light styling product to give it extra shine and volume.

  • Synthetic Wigs

For synthetic wigs, you can use a wig refresher spray to help give your wig a boost. Start by lightly spraying the roots of the wig and combing through it. This will help to smooth out any kinks or tangles, as well as add shine and volume.


Human hair and synthetic wigs can be a great way to change your hairstyle instantly, but they require proper maintenance to keep them looking their best. If your human hair or synthetic wig has become matted and tangled, there are a few steps you can take to restore it.

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