The shedding of your human hair wig could be attributed to several reasons:

Quality of Hair

If the wig uses low-quality hair or the hair has been damaged during processing, it may become brittle and prone to breakage and shedding. High-quality wigs typically use unprocessed hair, known as Remy hair, which retains its natural cuticle layer, making it more durable and less likely to shed

Wig Construction Techniques

The construction techniques used in wig making can also affect its durability. For example, hand-tied wigs are generally more durable than machine-made ones because hand-tying allows for better control over the direction and density of the hair, reducing friction between strands[^4^].

Improper Wear and Care

Incorrect wearing methods or lack of proper care can lead to wig shedding. For instance, tying too tightly or combing excessively may cause hair breakage. Additionally, using inappropriate cleaning products or methods can damage the wig, leading to hair loss[^4^].

Aging of the Wig

Over time, the materials of the wig may age, causing the hair to become brittle and fall out. Regular replacement of the wig or professional refurbishment can extend the life of the wig

To address this issue, you can try the following measures:

  • Purchase high-quality wigs, preferably made with Remy hair.
  • Learn correct wearing and care methods, avoiding excessive tightness and frequent combing.
  • Use appropriate wig care products and follow the instructions for washing and maintenance.
  • Regularly inspect the condition of the wig and repair or replace damaged parts promptly.

If your wig continues to shed persistently, it is advisable to consult a professional wig shop or manufacturer for more specific advice and solutions.