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This post shows 3 amazing curl-defining hair products for your curly Brazilian deep wave wig.
The Brazilian deep-wave wig is one of my most favorite types of hair because of 3 main reasons. This hair is full, has gorgeous curls, and has a beautiful shine. Basically, wearing this wig will make you look like a radiant queen.
Here is the list of curly hair products I use to get the curls dark, juicy, and popping.
1.Shampoo and Conditioner
Shampoo and conditioner are important for washing new wigs or for refreshing your wigs. At first, I wash my wigs with a very tiny amount of OGX Argan Oil of Morocco shampoo to get rid of any previous oils, smells, and dirt.
And then, I use the conditioner to soften and detangle the curls lightly with a brush. The scent is also absolutely amazing. That is one of the main reasons why I use this specific hair product for my wigs.
2. Mousse ( product for curly hair definition)
I use the OGX coconut creamy curls mousse to get a nice shine and hold for an extended period of time. This hair product is also so important for parting and styling your wig in place. Let’s not forget the baby hairs either. Works well in laying them babies in place.
NOTE: Use the mousse only when the hair is wet. For daily purposes, use a spray bottle so that you don’t get your wig cap wet.
3. Curl Defining Cream (Product for curly hair soft definition)
Lastly, I use the curl-defining cream when I need to refresh my curls after a period of time. Overusing the mousse can tend to make the hair a little stiff. That is why I recommend using the mousse once every couple of days and the defining cream daily to get a soft hold on the hair.
The hold of a mousse and the hydration of the defining cream makes your wig look full, healthy, and gorgeous.
I hope these curl-defining hair products will help you get your Brazilian deep wave wig popping.
Once again, keep looking chic & classy just like a million bucks.