How to Properly Put On Your Wig

Now, more and more people like to ware human hair wigs, the lace wigs are more convenient to install and choose. But many friends don’t know how to install them correctly after buying a wig. Today we will share with you the installation steps.

Flatten Your Hair

You can use a hairpin to sieve the short hair into a cone or stick it on your head. For long hair, first, tie your hair in a low ponytail. Next, wrap the ponytail in a horizontal bun and secure it with a hairpin.


Put On Your Wig Cap

Usually, a wig has a wig cap. You can wear a wig cap to protect your hair and leave some hair at the hairline to blend in with the wig for a more natural look.

Cleanse The Skin

Wash your skin with good chemicals and dry with a towel. Next, touch some of the friction fluid on the cotton ball and rub it with the hairline. This removes a lot of oil from the skin. If your skin is sensitive, apply a serum that protects your scalp after rubbing alcohol.

Trim the Lace

Use scissors to trim the lace along the natural hairline. You should leave about 1/8 inch (3 mm) of lace.

Using Glue or Liquid Adhesive

One very important thing to remember is to apply the glue evenly and thinly. It should be spread about an inch below the hairline. After applying the glue, carefully place the wig on top of the wig. Let the glue dry for 15 to 20 minutes, then secure the lace front wig. You can also use a hair dryer to speed up the drying process.
Those who use glue to secure their wigs should first attach them to the hairline of the midforehead. Gently press the edge of the wig against the sticky skin and work around the hairline until it is fixed around the hairline.
Apply your favorite edge control products, such as foundation or gel, with your fingers to make the edges flawless.
Hope this article can help you. If you just need one lace wig, Hairsmarket is your best choice. If you want to see more installation videos, please check our YouTube channel-Haris Market.

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