Cola BMB Super Hold – among the first in the ranking of the best for Laces in the world. Super lasting (average 3 weeks), transparent, waterproof. But we also have the go2be brand that we market: Megaplik Blue Line Extra Strong Adhesive – long-lasting (average 15 days), transparent, waterproof, easy to apply. Buy an adhesive and glue remover – fast-acting without leaving an oily residue. Learn about wigs in this article below;
Each type of adhesive and glue uses different additives and ingredients that can react on your skin. It is therefore recommended to test all the lace glue on a small area of your skin before applying it to the scalp. Just put a few drops – or a piece of the sticker – on the inside of the arm, cover with Band-Aid and leave on for 24 hours. Upon removal, there should be no itching or redness. Although skin sensitivity is not common, it can occur, so be sure to get this test.
Wig Care The
less you will handle your wig – wash, brush, dye, curl, etc. – the longer it will last. Synthetic wigs are easier to maintain as they do not lose hair shape if heat is not applied. The human hair wigs is easy to style – you just notice how marked natural hair is after being tied in a ponytail, for example. So if you put your human wig in a drawer anyway, you’ll have to style it again, that is, you’ll have to straighten the hair strands. To store your wig, we recommend a dummy head or a wig pendant.
Washing and Drying Step by Step
Washing a human or synthetic wig is pretty much the same thing. What will differentiate it is the time of the hydration mask and the thermal protector. A synthetic wig works best with fabric softener and the protector on it will be useless, so don’t waste it either!
- Comb and brush the wig starting at the tips and going up;
- Flip the wig – flip the cap – with the lace part out. This will be the first part to be washed;
- Put the wig in the shower in lukewarm water. It can also be in a sink or basin, depending on the length of the hair (always wash vertically to avoid knots and discomfort). Leave the wig well soaked in water;
- Apply shampoo to the cup and gently massage in circular motions to remove any glue and adhesive residue;
- Rinse the cap and repeat the operation if you feel the need;
- turn the wig over, apply shampoo on the “root” of the hair, massaging gently and pulling the foam towards the length and at the ends;
- Rinse, removing all the shampoo;
- Tighten the hat and the hair with your hands to remove any excess water and apply a moisturizing mask. Leave for a few minutes according to product instructions;
- Rinse with plenty of water, taking advantage of the moment when the water runs through the hair to allow a detangling comb to pass;
- Squeeze the hat and the hair with your hands to remove as much water as possible. Then wring it out with an absorbent cotton towel. Do not rub;
- Put on a heat protectant or detangler and comb the wig. You can blow-dry if the wig is human hair. If you prefer to dry it naturally, it is important to put it on a mannequin or a wig stand that we have already commented on, already defining with a comb the place where the parting will be distributed.
- If your wig has a fabric cap after the hair is already dry, you will feel that the cap is still damp. You must dry it well before wearing it on your head again. For this, you can use a dryer inside the cap.
Tips to Make Your Wig Look More Natural
If you opt for a low-quality wig, here are some tips you can use to make it look more natural. And the tips apply to both human hair and synthetic wigs.
1-Epilate the outline
A natural wig presents the outline of the hair threads around the face, sides, and anatomical and degraded neck. However, many wigs come with a straight and very “dry” outline. You can pull threads with pliers for a more natural result.
2-Removal of visible knots
Synthetic and human wigs that do not have the knots of discolored hair strands become more apparent. You solve this easily with a brush and concealer in your skin tone, both in the distribution of the hair and in all the contours of the lace. Visible knots can be removed with concealer and brush
The difference between a Full Lace wig and a Front lace wig
The Kameymall Full Lace is an undetectable wig in real Remy hair mounted on a very fine tulle called Micro skin.
This very light method perfectly follows the shape of the skull and the color of the scalp also respects the natural implantation of the hair, which allows the freedom to do what you want like raising a bun at the top of the head, tying the hair or leave them in the wind. The Front lace is a normal half-wig but has the privilege of having the front stitched wick by wick by hand on a thin micro skin that imitates the scalp.
- Full lace: totally sparse and hand-stitched on a cinema tulle called micro-skin. it is undetectable and discreet because it imitates the scalp.
- Front lace: the front part is layered on tulle and the back part is machine sewn on a wig base. They adapt perfectly to all skin types. on the whites, the blacks, or the mestizos.