HOW TO INSTALL YOUR WIG
HOW TO MAKE LACE FRONT WIG INSTALL IN EASY STEPS?
Step 1: Flatten Your Hair
The flatter your hair is against your head, the better the wig will look. You can mesh short hair into cornrows or shape it against your head utilizing gel and bobby pins. For long hair, to start with, tie your hair in a low ponytail. Next, wrap the ponytail into a level bun and secure it with bobby pins.
Step 2: Place Wig Cap
Whether you buy a French or Swiss-lace wig, cutting the lace will be a delicate process. Before you begin, place a wig cap (flesh-toned for a realistic look) over your hair and situate the wig. Mark where you want the wig to sit on your forehead with something erasable, like a liquid liner.
Step 3: Prepare Your Skin
Wash your skin with a fine chemical and smear it dry with a towel. Next, touch some rubbing liquor on a cotton ball and wipe it along with your hairline. This will evacuate the abundance oils on your skin. If you have touchy skin, you can apply a scalp-protecting serum in the wake of utilizing the rubbing alcohol.
Step 4: Test The Fit of The Wig
Before you apply any glue, you have to ensure the wig fits properly. To do so, put the wig on your head and line it up with your natural hairline. If the wig has to fix ties within, you may need to adjust these for a proper fit. If the wig doesn’t fit and it doesn’t have any fixing ties, contact the maker for help. If you can feel a solid ring of weight around your scalp, the wig is too tight. Release the lashes slightly. If the wig slides around when you move your head, the wig is too free. Fix the lashes.
Step 5: Trim the Lace
Once your wig fits correctly, you have to trim the lace. Utilize a couple of clasps to pull the hair far from your face. Next, using sharp pinking shears, trim the lace along your natural hairline. You should leave around 1/8 inch (3 mm) of lace. This will just must be done the first time when you wear the wig.
Step 6: Apply Lace Frontal Wig Properly
Precisely pull the wig off, leaving all the clips in, and set the wig on a clean flat surface. Arrange the wig in such manner so it easy to see that which part goes on the hairline and which part goes on the scruff of the neck. If you have to loosen any straps to get the wig off, your wig is too tight.
Step 7: Style Your Hair
Most wigs come styled. However, you can alter this by cutting and styling it yourself. Purchase 100% human hair wigs and you can use regular brushes, hot styling tools, and hair products. If your wig is synthetic, avoid using regular brushes and hot styling tools. Instead, use a wide-toothed comb or wig brush to adjust your hair.
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HOW TO CARE FOR YOUR WIG
CARE FOR YOUR HUMAN LACE WIG
Keep it Away from Extreme Heat
Like all hair, exposing any hair to extreme heat will only damage the ends and dry out your cuticles. So if you place your wig on a wig head, be sure to keep it away from heat. Obviously don’t place your wig near a fire, heat vent, or anywhere else where it may be damaged from heat over time. Also, when you are wearing your wig don’t expose your wig to heat for a long time either. This means don’t use a hair dryer on your lace wig. It will dry out yourhair and cause damage that’s hard to repair.
Gently Comb it Out
Like all hair extensions, full lace / Lace front wigs are very much the same. Except with full/front lace wigs you need to be extra careful when combing out the hair on the wig. Even though the hair is pretty secure in the lace base, it’s still important to be cautious. In order to prevent any hair from getting loose, you’ll want to start brushing the hair from the ends to the top, without getting too close to the lace base.
- Use only hair care products designed for lace frontal wigs. Do not use standard hair care products from the drugstore.
- Before washing, brush wig remove any teasing or tangles. Place your wig in a basin or sink in cool water. Gently hand washes with a mild detergent or shampoo.
- Distribute conditioner and a wide tooth comb thoroughly before shampooing. Condition the wig if would like but stay away from the roots.
- It is best to allow your human hair wig to air dry on a wig stand as this is most gentle on the hair fibers. Rollers can be used to set the wig.
Washing Your Human Hair Lace Wig
- Rinse with cool to lukewarm water. (Water should be at room temperature or slightly warmer.)
- Apply a very small drop of high-quality mild shampoo to the wet hair (avoid the scalp area). Do NOT rub the hair or scalp as you would with your own.
- Comb the shampoo through the hair from top to bottom using gentle downward strokes one section at a time. Do not scrub the hair.
- Gently apply some of the soapy water to the inside of the cap. Do not scrub the cap.
- Rinse again with cool to lukewarm water from the top down and from the inside of the cap to remove excess shampoo.
- Gently blot hair with a towel.
- You may now apply some conditioner to the damp hair. Avoid the scalp area as the conditioner can loosen the knots.
- Rinse away some of the conditioners with cool to lukewarm water only from the inside of the cap allowing a small amount to remain in the hair.
Conditioning Your Real Human Hair Wig
- While the hair is still wet, spread a small amount of conditioner into the palm of your hands and work evenly into the hair.
- Avoid application of conditioner to the base of the wig as it can loosen the knots on the cap, causing hair loss to your hair piece.
- Leave the conditioner in the hair for 3-5 minutes. While the hair is wet and saturated with your wig conditioner, very gently detangle the wig, starting at the tips of the hair and working your way up.
- Your fingertips are the most gentle, but a wide toothed wig comb can also be gently used.
- Thoroughly rinse the conditioner from the hair under cool running water.
- Gently squeeze excess water from the wig (do not rub or wring) and lightly blot hair with a towel (do not twist or wring).
Drying Your Natural Human Hair Wig
- Gently blot hair with a towel.
- Allow the wig to air dry naturally. (Do not dry your wig with a blow dryer. It can dry out and damage the hair and multi-skin top.)
- To restyle your human hair wig, you may use a blow dryer, curling iron or flat iron on low heat settings only or use electric rollers on a medium setting.
Styling Your Remy Human Hair Wig
- Your wig can be styled by using a wig brush, a wig comb, or your fingertips. Avoid using a brush designed for human hair.
- The best styling tool is the most inexpensive; a spray bottle of clean, cool water. Lightly spritz your wig with water to remove static electricity and return your natural wig to its original look.
- To achieve style variations, liquid wig mousse is an essential styling tool. For curly or wavy styles, just mousse hand scrunch, and pick the style into curls.
- Your wig was designed with a basic style but the variations you can achieve through styling are limitless. Added height can be achieved by gently lifting with the wig comb.
- If you want added fullness as well, tease or back-comb and then smooth the surface hair over the teasing. Your wig can be returned to its basic style by washing it and allowing it to air dry.
Virgin Human Hair Wig Care Tips
- Store your wig on a wig stand or form that is smaller than the base of the cap to prevent the cap from stretching.
- Direct sunlight will fade the hair so avoid storing your wig where it will be exposed to light.
- Do not wear your hairpiece while sleeping. It may result in hair loss, breakage and matting.
- Lighter hair colors are more delicate than darker colors because additional processing is needed to achieve the light colors.
- Over time, your wig will lose hair. This is a natural part of the life cycle of your wig.
- Avoid contact with chlorinated water, sea water, and hot water to avoid damage to your wig.