Three Simple Steps On How To Install Your Lace Frontal Wig Like A Pro
Have ever you seen a perfectly laid out wig frontal and wonder just how it was achieved because you could never?Don’t worry, you’re not alone. The thought of laying frontals especially to wig newbies always seems very daunting but it’s really not that difficult.
With wigs becoming more popular, women have abandoned having hair extensions sewn into their scalps and everyone is just wigging it.
For extra icing on the cake, lace frontals make your wigs look even more natural, giving a perfect finish. If you’re still having some difficulty installing your wig frontals then this piece is for you. You can either attach your lace frontal wig using a liquid adhesive or a tape adhesive. Both options work perfectly.
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Use these simple steps to learn how to make your lace frontal wig look natural.
Prep your hairline
To begin, place the frontal wig on your head and cut the extra lace at the front to fir perfectly with your hairline. Do this carefully so as not a cut any part of the hair.
Clean your face
Make sure the areas around the face where the lace frontal will sit is clean and prepped.
Apply your glue or liquid adhesive
Apply your glue in a thin, even line. To achieve the perfect lace frontal finish, the glue should be applied one inch beneath your hairline. Once this is done, gently place your lace frontal wig on top of and let it sit for another 15-20 minutes so the glue can dry properly. You can use a blow-dry set to low heat or a tie a smooth silk scarf over it to hasten the process.
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