Let's say, for the sake of argument, you saw our article HERE on how to avoid this problem, and even though you treated your wig like the most delicate lingerie on the market, you couldn't avoid the inverted hairs.
This. Is. Fixable. :)
You will need a very fine needle (preferably a very fine wig ventilation needle) and perhaps a magnifying glass to perform this fix.
1. Invert your wig so that the interior of the cap is facing you.
2. Take a good look at where the inverted hairs are. You will have to revert them INDIVIDUALLY.
3. Take your needle and very gently poke it through the side with most of the hair on it, as close to where the inverted hair is tied to the cap as possible.
4. Using your needle, gently coax the hair back through to the side of the cap with the hair on it.
Just a heads up: wig ventilation can be super time consuming and laborious, even on a small scale. So, while these might seem like simple instructions, if you have a lot of inverted hairs, this could take several hours. It all depends on how big the problem is. Take your time, take deep breaths, and maybe put on some Netflix while you work. ;)