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It's A Wig! Human Hair Cap Weave Wig - HH Tahara 100% Human Hair Color Shown: 1B OFF BLACK HUMAN HAIR INSTRUCTIONS Gently detangle your Capweave with a wide-tooth comb or your fingers prior to washing, taking extra care with curly textures. DO NOT brush curly styles. Fill a basin with cool to lukewarm water and add some mild conditioning shampoo. Turn the Capweave inside out and submerge completely. Wash for a few moments and leave to soak for 5-10 minutes. Wash again for another few minutes. Repeat if necessary. Rinse thoroughly in clear cool water with a little hair conditioner if desired. Remove any excess water by laying flat on a towel and gently pat dry. Leave on wig stand to dry further. Style hair to desired look when Capweave is completely dry. When styling use curling irons or other heat appliances on a low to medium setting.