How to Choose and Wear Lace Front Wigs？
If you wear a wig, you should be familiar with lace front wigs. Whatever your style, hair color, or skin tone, there is a lace front wig to suit you, from synthetic lace front wigs to human hair lace front wigs, curly lace front wigs, wavy lace front wigs, and more. So, are you interested in learning more about lace front edge wigs?
I. What is a lace front wig?
A "lace front" wig has a clear lace attachment that is hand-tied on top of human or synthetic hair on the front of the wig. Lace front wigs and top-worn wigs are popular because they closely resemble naturally grown hair and are difficult to tell apart when worn.
What are some of the benefits of lace front wig construction? Because of the lace's delicacy and lightness, it can fall squarely on the forehead, leaving a very little gap between the wig and the skin. It's airy and breathable, thanks to the lace pattern. It's sheer, allowing the wearer to experiment with different looks while maintaining a natural hairline.
So one must be wondering if the lace front wig structure has so many advantages, why aren't wigs fully constructed in this manner? Because some wigs have a full lace cap with lace that goes around the entire perimeter of the head and is completely hand-tied. However, because the lace is so delicate and sheer, the risk of ripping or tearing is higher. Lace front wigs combine the advantages of lace in the most visible part of the wig with less fragile materials used in the rest of the wig. Lace front wigs strike the perfect balance of natural appearance and durability.
II.How long does a lace front wig last?
What is the average lifespan of a lace front wig? Of course, it depends on the wig's hair and how well it's cared for. A synthetic lace front wig can last up to a year, whereas a lace front wig made of 100 percent real hair can last up to three years if properly cared for.
III.How do I put on a lace front wig?
One of the most common fears among wig wearers is that others may notice that they are wearing one and that the procedure of putting one on can be tedious and intimidating. Does it appear to be ready to wear right out of the box? Is it a good fit for my head shape? How can I keep it from slipping off? Don't worry, we'll show you how to put on your wig and look fantastic with our step-by-step instructions.
1. Conduct a skin test.
First, you must determine whether you are allergic to your adhesive. A small amount of adhesive should be applied to a sensitive area of your skin, such as the inside of your elbow or behind your ear. Allow it to sit for about 15 minutes, and if there is any irritation or redness, discontinue the use of the adhesive and select a different type or brand. Continue if there is no irritation.
2. flatten the hair on top of the head
You must first prepare your hair before you can put on your wig. If you have little or no hair, a wig liner will be necessary to keep the wig secure. Brush your hair back if you have short hair. Pin up your long hair and make flat pin curls out of sections of it. To avoid bumps and rumbles, keep them evenly distributed around your head.
3. Cleanse your forehead.
Apply a gentle cleanser to your forehead, paying particular attention to the hairline. Dry off after wiping. To get rid of extra oil, wipe the hairline with a little alcohol on a cotton pad. Apply a scalp-protecting serum to the region after removing the alcohol if you have sensitive skin. Before continuing, let both of them dry.
4. Put the wig on.
(Follow step 4 if your wig is brand-new. (Skip to step 5 if the wig is not brand-new.)
To put on the wig, lean your head slightly forward while holding it near to the tab. Then, position the wig on your forehead by sliding it from front to back like a shower cap. Push the wig's front back until it matches your real hairline while keeping your head erect. tuck any loose hairs inside. The wig is excessively tight if you experience pressure near your scalp. The wig is too loose if it moves on its own when you move your head. To change the fit of the wig as necessary, use the movable Velcro straps inside.
5. Use wig tape or glue.
A lace-trimmed wig can be fastened to your head using tape or glue, two different forms of adhesives. We advise trying both approaches before settling on your preferred approach.
Start in the center of your forehead and work your way outward when applying the double tape on your forehead. Until the majority of your hairline is covered, place the side of the adhesive strip by side. You might also evenly distribute the glue along the hairline before applying it, then wait about three minutes for it to dry. The wig should next be placed on your head so that it matches your hairline. Use your fingertips to spread the wig onto the tape or adhesive, spreading it from the center outward to your ears. Make sure the tabs on both ears are in alignment. the wig's styling. Tools like common combs and curling irons can be used to style human hair wigs. Synthetic wigs can be styled with a wide-tooth comb or wig brush.
How long does a lace front wig last？
Human hair lace front wigs are commonly used by ladies to give them a natural-looking appearance. Human hair lace wigs are not inexpensive, and when purchasing your first wig, the majority of consumers want to know how long the lace front wig will endure. Because our wigs are manufactured entirely of real hair, they may endure for at least six months, and if properly cared for, they can survive for up to two years. The most crucial aspect of the lace wigs cycle is understanding how to wash your wig. Wigs don't need to be washed as frequently as real hair since too much washing might damage them, but too little washing can create tangling.
Can we sleep with a lace front wig？
Yes, your lace front wig can be worn while sleeping. However, because our wigs are created entirely of human hair, if you sleep with it on, it will be a tangle when you wake up. As a result, when you lean on the pillow, you should take extra precautions such as covering your wig with a silk hat and tying it into a ponytail.