13x4 Lace Wig is a stunning hairpiece for creating weaves and lace frontal wigs with various styles. Thanks to its delicate lace base and wide covering of the front head, the hairpiece does mimic your own hairline and scalp impressively. But, to have a perfectly natural look with it, you will need to take more matters into consideration. Let take a look at the following tips and see if you have gone the right way with your 13x4 Lace Frontal.
Wearing a stocking cap before applying glue
Normally, users will apply glue directly to their heads, but after trying back and forth, we found out that using a stocking cap will bring a seamless and more natural install. It also eliminates the risk of allergy for people with sensitive skin.
To do this, you need a thin stocking cap that matches your skin tone. Make sure you twist, braid, or slick down your 13x4 Lace Front Wigs for a flat foundation. Then, pull the cap over the head. It should cover the top of your ears and forehead. Next, apply glue to the cap, right along the edge of your hairline. You can blow-dry to decrease the waiting time. Cut the excess cap in the front that’s not glued to your forehead apply another thin layer of glue to the cap hairline. And finally, place the 13x4 Lace Frontal Wig over the cap. Remember to match the hairline of the frontal with the cap.
Razor cutting the excess lace
Cutting the excess lace will help you to obtain a natural hairline and accentuate your look. Therefore, don’t skip this vital step. To trim the excess lace, many people just use scissors and make straight cut along the hairline. This is the wrong way to do as it will make your hairline look totally blunt and unnatural. Some find it better with cutting jagged edges. Yet, the lace still looks too uniform to be like your real hairline.
Choosing a suitable texture for your lace frontal and bundles
Each time you want to change the style of your real hair, you often consider and choose one that’s suitable for your face and can complement it. The same thing goes with your lace front you use to complete a weave or lace frontal wig. Determining the texture of the hairpieces based on your face shapes will help you improve your overall image, and in the meantime make them look more natural.
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