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What We Do!

The hair industry has seen a lot of improvements. And we can expect more changes in the years to come, given changing consumer needs. Customers can now have their pick of wigs made of human hair. Custom Crown Hair works hard to provide high-quality retail human hair wigs and welts.

If you are looking for human hair wigs, then reach out to us. As one of the custom wigs vendors, that provide premium hair solutions to the U.S. Canada, Europe, we have years of experience in the business. Our reputation for delivering top-notch products has set us apart from other hair suppliers in the USA. If you want to work with a vendor that offers you an extensive range of high-quality products, excellent professional expertise, and customer service, then talk to us. By partnering with us and using our products, we are confident that you will like us. Please feel free to contact us with any questions and concerns.

How to Do Wig Cap Measurements

So that we can manufacture a wig cap that best fits your customer's head, we strongly recommend you read the "How to measure" page of our website to ensure that every measurement is as accurate as possible. This is very important as doing so can help both of us avoid measurement misunderstandings and thus save time going back and forth over this issue.

Below are steps to taking full wig measurements in which you will learn how to take each of the seven measurements correctly by yourself.

Custom Wig Sizes

Wig/Hair Care

Comb out The tangles-  Before washing your wig, always use a wide-tooth comb to get rid of tangles.  Start combing from the ends of the hair and slowly work your way to the top.  This will help to avoid breakage from tugging on the hair.

Wig Blocking & Pinning-  Using ball-head pins and your care mannequin, secure your wig with pins at the top, both templates, and both sides of the nape.  Ensure that the wig is flush to the care mannequin so that it is properly 'blocked' from water pressure.

Wetting & Shampooing-  First, completely wet your hair so that there are no dry parts.  Once the hair is wet, soak shampoo into the hair by stroking it down from the top to the tips.  Never use circular motions!  Your hands should always follow the natural direction of the hair when you wash your wig.

Rinse Condition, Rinse-

Do NOT apply conditioner to the roots!  Putting conditioner to near the roots can cause the knots to loosen.  Keep conditioner a minimum of 1" away from the roots.

Rinse shampoo completely from the hair.  Work a generous amount of conditioner into the hair starting at the ends and working your way up.  Stroke your hands gently through the hair to distribute the conditioner, rinse well.

Towel & Air Dry

Once hair is free of product, use a towel to pat and squeeze out the excess water.  Do not rub.  Then follow the three-step guide below and air dry your wig/hair.

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