How to ventilate a human hair lace wig
How to ventilate a human hair lace wig. This vent needle is similar to a fishhook and can hold up a few strands of hair at a time. Start from the back of the neck. Use a ventilation needle to pull one or two strands of hair under the hole and through the hole. Fold the rope into a loop and put the hook curve into the loop. Pass it through the lace base.
How to ventilate a human hair lace wig. Hold the loose end of the hair with one hand while using a ventilation needle. Put the loop on the hook, and then wrap the hook around, grabbing the two strands of hair that formed when the single strand was folded. If you use two strands of hair, you will have a total of four created hairs!
Pass those two (or four) strands through the ring. This will form a knot around the lace material. Tighten the knot and move to the next hole at the bottom of the lace!
Use this knotting process and work all the way to the back of the wig. As you work, try mixing subtle hair tones to create a more realistic lace wig.
When done, move to the front and sides. At this point, only one hair can be pulled through the hole at a time. This creates a very natural look, and the summary is tight and difficult to identify.