HOW TO PROPERLY INSTALL YOUR LACE FRONT WIG
Many people wearing lace wigs for the first time don’t cut the lace. Often, it’s because of fear of overdoing the wig.
Don’t cut too much lace at first. Be sure to cut the lace a bit smaller. Slowly trim your way down and be the perfect assistant for your hairline.
Use long scissors to cut the lace on the front and sides. Avoid using scissors.
Test the wig before applying
Chemicals in wigs and adhesives may not be suitable for all skin types. Test the product on your skin before fully attaching the lace wig to your skin.
Apply a small drop of wig or adhesive to your forearms. Let it sit for hours or even overnight. If there is no allergic reaction after two days, the glue is safe for your skin.
For a simple solution that is waterproof and sweat-proof, go waterproof with a relentless adhesive.
Wrap your natural hair
In order for your lace wig to sit up perfectly, you need to properly pack the foundation. If not, your lace wig will end up puffy instead of flowing naturally.
For people with longer hair, braiding natural hair is an ideal choice. However, don’t make your hair too tight. This will lead to thinning hair and scalp problems.
Choose the right hair density
Wig density refers to the thickness of hair on the wig before lace. Be sure to find a wig with a density that matches your hair naturally.