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> How You Reinstall A Lace Front Wig
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post Thu 4 Nov 2021, 02:24
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One of the many advantages of wearing Lace Front Wigs is that you can reuse the wig several times. You can even restyle your wig so that you have a slightly different hairstyle each time you re-install it. Besides helping you boost and change your appearance and helping you restore your self-confidence, wearing a wig can be a life-changing experience in a positive way. For wig noobs, re-installing your wig can be a hassle but once you’ve gotten a hang of it, you can do it yourself without getting help from a professional Human Hair Lace Front Wigs stylist.

How You ReInstall a Lace Front Wig
Step 1: Prep your natural hair by way of ponytail, braids, or cornrows, then use a stocking cap to secure the hair to your head and create a smooth flat surface.

Step 2: Dab alcohol along your hairline where you’ll be putting wig glue. The alcohol removes any oil, dirt, and makeup that can prevent the glue from sticking to the wig.

Step 3: Place the Lace Front Human Hair Wigs on your head exactly where you want it and adjust where you want it to be secured. If you need extra help to remember where to place your lace, you can use an eyeliner to mark points to mimic your hairline.

Step 4: Using the long end of your comb, part your hair just above your ear and begin to cut excess lace that's around your ear and hairline. This can make or break your installation as you don’t want your wig to cover your ears.

Step 5: Place glue along the edges of your stocking cap at your hairline. Be careful not to let your hair touch any glue.

Step 6: Pull the lace forward over the top of the glue and make sure it's in the spot that you want before pressing the lace into the glue.

Step 7: Put a small amount of rubbing alcohol on a towel and carefully dab around the edge of the hairline to remove any excess glue on the forehead and around the face.

Step 8: Style up your wig and you’re ready to flaunt your new look!

I hope you have found this guide useful. If you need any more help just let us know either by visit www.mslynnhair.com
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