Many women in the world today wear wigs for different reasons. It’s not only women of color, but other races as well.Below are the reasons why many women of different ages will wear a wig and how it benefits them:
1. Styling Versatility. Many human hair wigs lace frontal can be colored, permed and styled just like your own hair.
2. Texture. Human hair wigs come in a variety of textures, so you can match your own hair texture very closely.
3. Longevity. With proper care, human hair wigs can last a year or more when worn daily.
4. Natural Look. Human hair wigs feel great and can look incredibly natural.Natural Weaving Hair help you achieve a beautiful natural hair style.
Human hair wig
Curling iron or hair rollers
Wig comb or brush
Step 1 cut the lace
Once the wig is complete, the excess lace that hangs over the forehead must be trimmed back into the wig for the most natural look. This is a delicate process that takes a steady hand, a good pair of scissors and a lot of patience.
Cut away about a quarter-inch of the lace all around the front and sides of the wig. Do this using long, fluid scissor strokes to avoid jagged edges. It is best to cut away small portions of lace instead of all of it at once, since cutting away too much lace will ruin the wig.
Step 2.Pin the hair to your head to avoid the loose.
Clip the hair on either side of the center-marking clip back using the two large hair clips. This will keep any stray hairs from being cut
The lace that is on the forehead will be the most visible, so it should be cut back all the way to the hairline.
Step 3.Define the parting into middle parting
Use a fine-toothed comb to create a parting on one side of your hair or follow the hard parting that your barber has cut in.
Blow dry your hair up and away whilst combing to create definition in the parting.
One your hair is dry, continue to use the comb to neaten the parting and reinforce the separation.
Step 4.Wet the hair to make it easier to style
Wet styling is the best method for styles like roller sets and perm rod sets. Styling foam and lotion are usually applied on wet hair to smooth it out. From there you either air-dry on sit under a hood dryer and the style is completed. Remember to be gentle.
Step 5.Sleek back the edge and the over top on my wig
Sometimes, if your edges are particularly fuzzy, you can wet your hands, smooth the edges and crown, and then apply the shea butter. You can also try other products, the shine is unmatched!
Step 6.Dry the hair
- Gently blot hair with a towel.
- Allow the wig to air dry naturally. (Do not dry you 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.
Step 7.Spray the hair with shinning spray
Some women said they really like the way gives their hair look. Note;you’d better spray some into your hands and rubbing them together and then running your hands down your hair. Its makes look really healthy and shiny and it smells really good as well.
If you wear a human hair wig with baby hair, there’s no need to skimp on style. Just style your human hair wig to upgrade your look or to give your natural hair a break from the rigors of daily styling products.
You can dye,curl,straighten, even bleach your hair as your own hair.But also remember after you style the hair please use the good conditioner to take care of your hair it can help you to extended your hair’s service life.
Roll the wig with hair rollers while it is still damp. You may use a spray bottle filled with diluted setting lotion or water to keep the hair moist as you work with the hair to style it. This will help the hair to adhere to the rollers and give a good curl to the ends of the hair.
It is essential to check that your wig is “heat safe” before using any heated styling products such as straighteners or curlers.
Start working the hair from the bottom up. Separate the wig into sections and carefully comb the lower part of the hair, before straightening the ends, never reaching more than an inch and a half from the root of the wig with the straighteners.