Recently, human hair 13x4 Lace Wig have become widely available to everyone for their versatility. Although the application process usually requires adhesive products that only a professional can properly use, there are some lace front wigs that you can apply at home with tape or glue.
1: Get your wig ready.
Wigs enhance your style and beautify your facial features so wear it with confidence. Wash and condition with good care and occasionally take your wig for a visit to the stylist to style it any way you like.
2: Do a skin test.
Some people are allergic to the chemicals used to keep a 13x4 Lace Frontal in place. Do a skin test to determine whether or not you are allergic. First, dab a small amount of liquid adhesive or double-sided wig tape onto the back of your hand.
3: Flatten your hair.
The flatter your hair is against your head, the better the 13x4 Lace Front Wig will look. You can braid short hair into cornrows or mold it against your head using gel and bobby pins. For long hair, first, tie your hair in a low ponytail.
4: Put on a wig cap.
Wig caps, or stocking caps, are soft caps that flatten your hair and help the wig stay in place. Gently pull on the stocking cap, being careful not to disturb your flattened hair. Adjust the cap so that it barely covers your hairline.
5: Clean your hairline skin.
Wash your skin with a gentle cleanser to ensure the application area is oil-free and blot it dry with a towel. Next, dab some rubbing alcohol on a cotton ball and wipe it along your hairline.
6: Remove the wig and set it aside.
Carefully pull the wig off, leaving all the clips in, and set the wig on a clean flat surface. Arrange the wig so that it’s easy to see what part goes on the hairline and what part goes on the nape of the neck. If you have to loosen any straps to get the wig off, your wig is too tight.
7: Apply the wig.
Carefully pull the wig on. First, adjust the edge of the wig so that the hairlines match. Next, adjust the back of the wig so that it hangs naturally over your hair. Lastly, press the lace of the wig into your adhesive or wig tape.
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