A Review Of Lace Front Wigs
The lace wigs are now one of the most popular hair extension methods that provide a best solution to many people who are suffering from various types of hair loss. These wigs are also used by many women who want to get flawless and stylish hair like movie stars, singers, and models. Several types of lace wigs, such as French lace wigs, stretch lace wigs,, full lace wigs, and lace front wigs are available in the market. Typically, the lace wigs are crafted from natural Indian or Asian Remy hair. The most beneficial features of the Remy hair are that it has intact cuticle or natural outer layer of the hair and the wigs made from Remy hair look more or less exactly like the natural hair.
Actually, lace front wigs are boon to those women who have had to endure hair loss due to many medical conditions, such as alopecia, and chemotherapy for cancer. The main benefit of this wig is that when you wear a lace front wig, no one can recognize that you are wearing it as it seems just like the natural hair. This is the reason why these wigs are very trendy among celebrities.
Cost of These Wigs: The lace front human hair extensions are hand-made and are usually very expensive. However, there are several websites that offer these wigs at discount prices. Cheap synthetic lace front wigs are also common in the market, but they are not as striking or as wonderful as the human hair wigs .
How to Attach Lace Front Wigs: Applying these wigs is a delicate process and has to be handled carefully and efficiently. If you want, you can seek the services of a hair specialist who is skilled in dealing with lace wigs. However, attaching this kind of wig is not a very hard job and if you have little patience, you can do it on your own sbobet.
The lace front wigs can be applied by using either a liquid adhesive or by a tape adhesive. Both these methods are able to securely hold the wig in place and you can opt for the one that you are most contented with. Prior to applying the wig, make sure that the area where the wig is to be applied is clean and devoid of any hair or oil. After that, spray scalp protector on the area to protect the skin..
If you are using liquid adhesive, apply a thin layer of liquid glue around the circumference of your head. After allowing the adhesive coat to dry, gently place the lace wig on your head. Then, press the wig on the glued area firmly to set the wig in place. The double-sided adhesive tapes can also be used to attach lace front wigs. Cut the tape into desired lengths and place these strips around the perimeter of your hairline, leaving open spaces between the strips. After that, fasten the wig hair with a hair clip or a tight elastic band. Remove the backing from the adhesive tape strips and then put the wig on the adhesive tape. Apply the wig by pressing it onto the adhesive tape for sometime.
How To Remove the Lace Front Wigs: Apply a lace wig adhesive solvent on the lace of the wig. You can also use isopropyl alcohol to remove the lace wig from the head. After applying the solvent or alcohol, wait for sometime to allow the remover or alcohol to soften and loosen the lace glue adhesive. Slowly and gently remove the wig from the head. Do not forget to clean the wig after each removal.
How to Maintain the Lace Front Wig: If you maintain your lace wigs properly, you can use it for a long time. Read and carefully follow the manufacturer’s instructions about how to clean the wig. Most probably, you have to wash your lace front wig once every fourteen day. These wigs are made of natural hair and therefore you can use various accessories such as shampoos, conditioners and sprays, to make your lace wig clean and conditioned. Before shampooing, comb your wig with a wide tooth comb to remove any tangles or knots. It is better to use a shampoo that has low ph balance and is mild.
Rinse the wig carefully with cool water after each shampooing and conditioning and dry it naturally. Regular cleaning and conditioning help to keep your wig shiny and moisturized. Likewise, place your lace front wigs on a mannequin head or on a wig stand when you are not using it.