How to Pluck a Lace Closure to Get a Natural Look

Lace closure and lace frontal are somewhat similar to each other. It actually mimics there entire hairline of an individual. If you want to know how to pluck a lace closure hair to get a supernatural look then make sure to follow the steps below!

 1.Wash Your Hair Thoroughly

To start with plucking off the hair from a lace closure wig then make sure you wash them thoroughly. Use appropriate wig shampoo to make your hair look fresh. Make sure your hair is completely wet before you start the plucking process.

 2.Start by Making a Partition

First, divide your hair into two parts. You can always use a comb to get perfect partitions. When partitioning, move from front to bottom. This will help you get an equal share on both sides.

 3.Create the Part to Pick

Now make about 1 inch of the thin section to pluck off the hair. You can always spray more water on the partition to make your hair wet. This will help you get a smooth, flat surface.

 4.Grab Tweezers and Get Ready to Pluck

Start plucking the hair naturally. Do not pluck a lot of hair from one area only. Make sure that you are moving the tweezers through the partition.The ends of the closure will always have dense hair, so do not pluck a lot of hair. Repeat the process by thinning the partition to get a natural look.

 5.Use Comb to Remove the Plucked Hair

Keep on repeating the plucking process. After every pluck you make, remove the hair by combing. This will give you an idea that how much hair you have actually plucked out.

 6.Pluck from the Center Partition

After giving a natural look to the front, get to the center. Make sure that the partition is perfectly done. Start plucking the hair through the partition in a natural way. Pluck as much as you can to give a less dense look to the wig.

 7.Finish and Install

Once you are done plucking the hair, comb them to detangle the strands. You are all ready to wear your lace closure.

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