Many first-time lace wig wearers do not cut the lace edges. Usually, due to fear of overdoing it and ruining the wig.
Never cut too much of lace off at first. Always cut smaller portions of the lace instead. Slowly trimming your way down to the perfect aide for your hairline.
Use long fluid scissors to cut the lace edges around the front and sides. Avoid using scissors.
The chemicals that are in wig glues and adhesives may not suit all skin types. Before fully gluing a lace wig to your skin, test the product on your skin first.
Apply a small drop of wig glue or adhesive to your forearm. Let it sit for a few hours or even overnight. If there are no allergic reactions after two days, then the glue is safe for your skin.
In order for your lace wig to sit flawlessly, you need to wrap the foundation properly. If not, your lace wig will end up puffy as opposed to natural flowing.
Braiding your natural hair is an ideal choice for those with longer hair. however, do not braid your hair too tight. This will lead to thinning hair and scalp problems.
Wearing a lace wig on top of wet or damp hair will cause bacteria and fungus to grow. This will cause irritation to your scalp as well as cause an odor.
For those who sweat often, make sure to shampoo your hair more frequently. Also, allow your natural hair to dry thoroughly before putting a lace front wig on.
Always take extreme care when combing your lace wig. Comb from the tip to the root.
- Always use a wide tooth comb or a wig brush.
- Never comb a wig when it is wet.
- When styling your lace wig, be very cautious of the knots so to not pull on them.
- Do Not use extremely hot water to wash your wig. This will lead to shedding.
- Avoid excessive heat from the blow dryer. This will damage the wig hair. always use a low heat setting when blow drying your lace wig.