Styling your wig is no easy feat. Whether natural, curly, or straight, wigs can elevate or destroy a look faster than you think!
But do not worry! You can overcome this problem even if you are a beginner. Today, many women around the world wear wigs for different reasons. Here are some reasons why many women of different ages wear wigs and how it benefits them:
Style Versatility: Human hair wigs can be colored, permed, and styled like your own natural hair.
Human hair wigs come in a variety of textures and colors. You can thus match your texture to the one that suits you if you want to associate your extensions with your hair.
Natural Look: Human hair wigs are very nice and can look amazingly natural.
So, how do you style a human hair wig?
It’s actually a lot less complicated than many would think. In 5-6 easy steps you can have a perfectly styled human hair wig!
But do you know how to put lace front wig on and make your wig natural without damaging your own hair? We will cover this topic step by step below.
Here are the steps to follow the first time you style a wig:
Cut the Lace: Some wigs have the tulle pre-cut, but for those that don’t, the tulle must be cut. It’s a delicate process that takes the agility, a good pair of scissors, and a lot of patience. Cut about a quarter of an inch of the lace all around the front and sides of the wig. To do this, use long, flowing scissors to avoid jagged edges. It is better to cut small portions of lace instead of all at once, as cutting too much tulle will ruin the wig.
Define the part: Use a wide-tooth comb to create a part on one side of your hair or follow the hard parting that your hairstylist previously cut. If you are doing this without the help of a hairstylist, put the wig on your head and decide where you want to part the hair. Make sure she’s centered and try out different options before committing!
Styling, with or without a head: Now some women prefer to style their wig on their own head, while others prefer to put it on a stand and style it that way. Styling mousse and serums are usually applied to wet hair to smooth it out. Remember to be gentle, as you don’t want to stress the ties that hold the wig together.
Dry Hair: Gently blot the hair with a towel. To reshape your wig into natural hair, you can use a blow dryer, curling iron, or straightener only on low heat settings or electric rollers on medium settings.
Add some shine to your style: try using shine serum to straighten hair and add natural shine. This step will also help extend the life of your wig!
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