The Best Way to Install a Closure Wig

Lace closure wigs are fast becoming popular among women all around the world. Regardless of hair type or skin tone, ladies are embracing closure wigs more and opting for them over others.

The first reason many women love closure wigs is that they make a hair look very natural, thereby improving the image of their human hair when installed.

This post to teach you the best way to install your lace closure human hair wig in the comfort of your home and come out looking like you had a pro do your hair.

Step 1:

Before installing a wig, braid your hair and put on a wig cap. The wig cap ensures that your hair color does not show through the closure.

Step 2:

Spray some spray or glue on your forehead and secure the wig cap to your head.

Step 3:

Apply the foundation to the visible part of the wig cap after the fitting cap. Make sure the foundation is exactly the same as your skin tone, or use a lighter color than your skin if you prefer.

Step 4:

Trim off the excess part of your wig cap from your forehead with a small pair of scissors. Pattern it in whatever shape your frontal wig is going to take, and make sure to leave no excesses.

Step 5:

Get a ghost bond, place it on a wooden stick or the tail of a comb and apply the glue to the part of your head where the closure will lie. The ghost bond will keep the closure firm and prevent it from continually sliding back. (Make sure you apply the glue at least one inch away from your hair to avoid hair damage.)

Step 6:

Put on your wig gently from back to front. Place the parting on properly, so it rests on the part you lightened with foundation. Make sure the front of your wig rests on the ghost bond and press down with your hand to secure the closure. (Make sure it is straight and not crooked.)

Step 7:

Use a small comb to comb the frontal hair back, while pressing down on the glue.

Step 8:

Wait a few minutes for your closure to dry, and then take your scissors and cut the net in front of your closure wig. Follow the pattern of the hair in front while reducing the net, so it looks as natural as possible.

Step 9:

Once you've cut away the excess lace netting, your installation is complete! After installing your closure wig, you can proceed with your straightener or curling iron.

That was easy, wasn’t it?

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