During the phase of this pandemic, it is extremely important to know how to store your hair system correctly because hair supplies sometimes are short and when you can get the product sometimes you need to order multiple and you need to order them in advance. Today Jake Kent is here to share his tips and tricks to store a hair system in a correct way to make sure your hair system stays in great condition.

Let's say that you have multiple hair systems and that you are saving up because things are in short supply you've decided to order some in advance like many of us have done in preparation for the time period. How do you keep them in good condition? well, the thing is you don't want to just like leave them as you get them and it requires some maintenance. There are some things that you do and do not want to do.

One of the things that you want to consider when you are storing your hair system is keeping it dry. You don't want to put a hair system away when it's wet. If you just got done shampooing it conditioning it and it's still wet, you don't want to just toss it aside and put it under lock and that is not the way to do it. You want to make sure that they're dry. You can leave some leave-in conditioner that's brushed through in it but you do not want to have a wet hair system that is being stored. When you're storing your hair system, you don't want to just kind of put it away in your closet like it's a piece of clothing or something like that. You actually do want to take care of it. Some of the things that I do that I like to put it inside of a plastic bag and seal it and squeeze the air out and then I put it back inside the box. I am doing this because you want to make sure that your hair system is being stored inside of a dark place that is not getting exposed to sunlight. The reason is that anytime your hair system is getting exposed to sunlight to UV radiation, it has the potential to lose some of its color and it's also losing some of its life.

If you are storing a hairpiece that you have worn once or twice, please make sure you clean and brush your way before storage. You want to clean it and then brush it to make sure that there are no knots and there are no tangles inside of your hair system. The next tip you want to have a specific place that you're going to put your hair systems. One of the reasons for that is simply you don't want people kind of going through that kind of stuff generally speaking if it's just out and about in your house but the other reason for that is just a single place a safe place will make sure that your hair systems are taken care of. They're safe and that they're not being crushed by anything so what I do is I actually put them on the top shelf of my closet. I have them in boxes so that way I know that stuff goes there don't put anything on top of it.

The next point is that when you are storing your hair systems is to use the plastic kind of dome-shaped template that comes with most hair systems and that's the best way to store them because you want them to retain shape especially if you are using a lace wig. If you start bunching them up which is one of the worst things you could do. You start getting folds in the lace that the lace material will start to not be so flush with your actual skin which is undesirable so when you're storing these you don't want to bunch them up and just throw them in a bag.

So these are some basic tips for how to go about and actually start taking care of your hair system. This is a crazy time where many of us were just running and we'd order a system when we needed a new system and we'd order another system when we needed a new system can't really do that much these days. Because of the world condition because of the supply chains and what they are right now sometimes we got to order in advance and we got to store the systems ourselves. I don't want you to lose any hair system life just because they weren't stored right.