It is never a good picture to lose your wig in the winds. Therefore, the first thing you should know is that there are a few things you need, to ensure you correctly put on your wig. You will need some bobby pins, hair clips and ties, a wig cap, a pair of scissors, and a wig tape.
After assembling all these things, I think it is time to know more about full lace wigs. Your wig will need a lot of care and maintenance, just like your real hair or even a hair extension. Let's narrow down to how to care for your wig. There we go:
Where you store your wig when it is not on your head is very important. It is always good to place your wig on a mannequin’s head when it is not on your head so that it can maintain its proper shape. Otherwise, if the wig is sewn on your head, you only need to wear either a headscarf or a cap, as you could wear on your natural hair.
Usually, your natural hair has got oil glands that keep replenishing oil. On the other hand, your lace wig will not do that. Therefore, you will have to be careful that your wig does not dry so much, this can only be done through washing your wig using sulfate free hair shampoos and conditioners. Conditioning your wig is crucial as it will leave its strands detangled and therefore easy to comb through them.
From experience, KOVH Company would recommend not washing your wigs regularly. Wash your wig according to how often you wear it. If you wear it less recurrently, cleaning it once in thirty days is fine, but if you were it seldom, clean it more than once in thirty days.
Under styling wigs, you may want to straighten or wave them. Remember never to use heat on synthetic wigs, if they are virgin hair; ensure to use a heat protectant to avoid damaging it. This also applies to your real hair. But too much heat could reduce the volume, and weight of your hair.
Alternatively, there are several ways of curling and straightening hair without heat use. One of them is the flex rods.
As much as you are going to care for your full lace wig, you also need to care for your natural hair. Have a look of some ways through which you can care for your natural hair while using a full lace wig:
How to Apply Your Full Lace Wig
Here is the procedure to put on your full lace wig. We thought it would also help you:
First, you need to secure your real hair. If possible, making your hair flat would help. If your hair is so long and thick, consider putting it into cornrows so that they can be intact under your wig cap.
It is highly advised that you put on a wig cap before your wig. The wig cap should blend with your skin tone. For example, if you are dark, try as much to wear a dark wig cup. A wig cap is also necessary because it aligns the hair not to stick out.
After wearing your wig cap, the next thing to do is to trim off the lace from your wig. The lace should be cut to the wig’s hairline, while placed on your head. Be careful not to hurt yourself, or overcut the lace.
The next step online is to prepare your skin. Your skin may be containing some oil which might prevent the glue from sticking. If you think this is the case, then you should wipe off the oil from your skin. First, you can always use a cotton ball dipped in rubbing alcohol.
After that, you can apply an adhesive, and then put on your wig, and you are good to go rock the day, whether at work, or a girls’ night out.
We have tried as much to make you get more comfortable in full lace wig, and we hope that our guide will make a positive impact on you. Otherwise, if you think there is something else to add, or maybe you have a question or general inquiries, feel free to share with us in the comment section below. We will be happy to hear from you and will reply as soon as possible.