Lace Wigs

The age of wearing wigs has evolved from its use in alternative solutions for hair loss and is now used to express daily fashion. The most common types of wigs come mainly from excessive wigs; It is known that this is static and uncomfortable. In recent years, the lace wigs originally used in theaters have been well received by celebrities and ordinary consumers to meet various needs. One of the main reasons why lace wigs are increasingly popular is because they offer versatility, comfort and undetectable to the naked eye.

However, wearing lace wigs is an art, and people should be familiar with the basic steps to apply them successfully and safely. If you are considering buying a lace wig, but are not familiar with the application of lace wigs, here are some simple steps to start.

First make sure that the surface of the head is flat and that the wig is completely clean. At the same time, the hands, forehead and neck should also be clean; use 99% alcohol to clean these areas.

It’s time to prepare your lace wig, it’s very simple. You only need to use a large hair clip to pull the back of the lace wig. Then use another or two tweezers to pull the baby’s hair back. After that, take a pair of scissors and start cutting the lace to design the hairline.

Use a skin cream to protect the skin and strengthen the adhesive. Then apply a thin layer of adhesive along the hairline to make it completely dry. Repeat 2-4 times to obtain a medium strength resistance. Once all the layers are dry and sticky, start placing the laces on the top of the head. However, be very careful to roll the hairline back so that it does not fall on your head. From the center of the forehead, move the lace wig from side to side. The final area that combines the lace wig will be your neck and neck.

Then simply place the lace wig in the area where the adhesive is applied. Start from the center to the sides and repeat the same steps for the back. The wig is pressed against the skin using a rat tail comb to heal the joint.

Once you have finished wearing the lace wig on your head, brush the baby’s hair, place it in a bun and use a satin lace scarf to wrap your head for 3-8 hours. This will balance the wig and improve retention.

Removing the lace wig is not as laborious as using it. Several layers of adhesive remover are applied or sprayed to begin the process. Wait a few minutes, then repeat until it goes out of your head. If you have any difficulty in removing the adhesive residue on the wig, you can simply use the mirror to slide the residue out of the perimeter of the lace wig. Finally, when you remove the lace wigs and the residue from the head and wig, the next step is to clean the oil, dirt and chemicals from the cords. Make sure to wash it carefully to avoid messing up your hair.