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Aspire

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  • Model: EGPASPIRE
  • Shipping Weight: 1lbs
  • Manufactured by: Gabor

SKU:EGASPIRE
Collection:Next
Product Type:Wig
Hair Type:Synthetic Hair
Color Shown Above:G29+
Cap Construction:Capless
Cap Size:Petite and Average
Product Weight:1.9 ounces
Approximate Length:Front: 3.25" | Crown: 2" | Sides: 1.75" | Back: 1.75" | Nape: 1.5"
Aspire is a short, boy cut style featuring all-over layering and loose curls for gorgeous volume and vibrant texture through the critical crown area.  The personal fit cap construction is the ultimate in light comfort and dependable fit. The wide stretch lace used in most of today's wigs is replaced with a thinner, more resilient stretch material that actually molds to the shape of the head for a lighter, more secure fit. The result is a cap that feels so natural and comfortable. 

How To Wash Synthetic Wigs

With the help of these easy to follow instructions, you'll be able to care for your GABOR® wig and keep it as timeless as you are.
 

• Gently remove tangles with fingers or pick comb. Do not brush.

• Add 1 tablespoon HAIRuWEAR Wash & Wear shampoo to a basin of cool water.

• Soak for 5 minutes and rinse thoroughly in cool water. Do not rub.

• Be sure to rinse until all shampoo is removed, as improper rinsing could result in damage.

• Dab gently with towel to remove excess water. Do not squeeze or twist.

• Do not brush or comb while wet as it may stretch or otherwise damage the fiber.

• Never put a wet wig on a solid head stand or block as it will stretch the cap.

• Hang to air dry or use a blow dryer on a low setting.  

    

  

  

  

  

    

  

  

  


 


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This product was added to our catalog on Friday 14 January, 2011.