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! Straight Press 23 - CF 6013 - Cayenne with Ginger Root - LAST ONE

! Straight Press 23 - CF 6013 - Cayenne with Ginger Root - LAST ONE

Regular price $185.00 USD
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Layered straight cuts not only create movement and bounce but also stop the hair from looking too heavy. “Straight Press 23” is made with heat friendly premium fibers that look and feel just like your own. Wear it straight out of the box, no need for styling. This lightweight, soft and silky, modern and beautiful piece is a must have!  Beautiful hand-made lace front not only delivers an extremely natural hairline but also provides endless options for versatility. Without spending hours trying to create perfect blow- dried hair, you can create that “just left salon” look with “Straight Press 23“.


Color Shown: Champagne with Apple Pie


  • Product Type: Wig
  • Cap Design: Lace Front | Mono Top
  • Cap Size: Average
  • Measurements: Bangs 3.5" | Sides 17" | Nape 15.5" | Back 22.5" | Overall 17"-22.5"
  • Weight: 7.8 oz
  • Hair Type/Fiber: Heat Friendly Synthetic
  • Heat Friendly: YES
  • Collection: Café Collection
  • SKU: BT-6013


Care Instructions

Washing and caring for a lace front wigs:

We recommend that you wash the wig at least once a week using medium or cool water only.Place the wig on a mannequin head, spray with water from the ends to the roots.Using a wide tooth comb, comb the wig in the same manner (ends to roots) making sure there are no tangles.Place the wig in warm water for 5 minutes. Do not leave in water too long, this will cause the hair to tangle easily.Wash it gently using special shampoo and conditioner made for wigs. DO NOT rub it. Make sure to rinse the wig thoroughly in cool water.Place the wig on a blockhead or a mannequin (this will keep your wig in original shape) and blot dry using a towel (DO NOT SCRUB). Allow your wig to air dry overnight.When the wig is nearly dry, comb through it using your fingers to separate the hair strands.

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