How To Put On A Wig

 

A wig can instantly change one's appearance and offers a great deal of flexibility when it comes to hairstyle, color, and length.Many women who care their beauty live without real human wigs today.Maybe you decided on long silky black hair that shines in sunlight, or instead picked spunky short hair with a bit of a curl. Perhaps you chose wavy blond locks that you can braid or went for the long bangs to contour your face.

 

Do you know the proper way to put on a wig? Whether you have long hair or short hair, we'll show you some tips and tricks to keep your wig securely in place. If you are new to wigs, this breezy tutorial will be a big help!

 

Contents

 

 

1.Things you will need.

2.How to put on a wig step by step?

3.How to make your wig look natural?

 

 

1.Things You'll Need

 

Flesh-colored wig cap

 

Human hair wig

 

Scissors

 

Scalp protector

 

Wig adhesive

 

Small adhesive brush

 

Blow drye

 

How To Put On A Wig Step By Step?

 

 

Step 1:Preparation

 

Wash your scalp with soap and water to ensure the application area is oil-free. Spray scalp protector directly on your head to act as a barrier between your skin and the adhesive.

 

Apply adhesive with the brush to areas onto which the wig will attach. Using the cool air setting, blow dry the adhesive for about 30 seconds.

 

Place the front part of the wig on your forehead and press firmly with both hands for at least 60 seconds. Attach the sides to the matching areas on your scalp and press firmly again for another minute.

 

Step 2:Trim the lace on the full lace wig

 

Trim the lace on the full lace wig. This only needs to be done the first time you use your wig, and it does not need to be done if the lace has already been trimmed by the manufacturer. To trim the lace, put the wig on your head. Use hair clips to fasten the wig hair back away from your scalp line.

 

Trim any lace that sticks out past the wig hairline using a pair of sharp scissors. Cut small amounts of lace at a time to avoid accidentally cutting too much. Be careful not to cut any of the wig hair. Leave a little bit of lace sticking out past the wig hairline, but no more than 1 inch.

 

Step 3 :Protect your skin

 

Clean the skin by your hairline with a cotton ball dampened with isopropyl alcohol to remove body oils that could prevent the wig adhesive from sticking properly.

 

Meanwhile,Apply scalp protector to the skin by your hairline. This only is necessary if you have sensitive skin.

 

Step 4: Apply Adhesive

 

With your fingers, apply your favorite edge control product or gel to lay down your edges to perfection.

 

If using adhesive glue, apply a thin layer to the entire hairline using a small makeup brush or cosmetic stick. If using a soft bond adhesive, don't apply the wig immediately. Wait until the glue has become tacky. If using a hard bond adhesive, the wig can be applied immediately, as this type of glue bonds immediately.

 

Step 5: Attach the Wig

 

Line the wig part up as desired and use the wig combs to secure it onto your hair. Make sure not to pull too tight!

 

Those attaching a wig with glue should start by attaching the wig at the hairline in the front middle of the forehead. Gently press the edge of the wig down against the glued skin, working around the hairline until it is attached around the entire hairline.

 

Step 6: Style your wig

 

Pull the wig down and adjust as necessary. Flat ironing can help smooth down the top to mimic your hair.Press down on the edges of the wig for five seconds to make the adhesive stick to your skin. Style the wig as desired.

 

Position the lace frontal wig on your head. The easiest way to find the front-center of the wig is to part the hair on the wig. Parting the hair will reveal the hairline. The middle of the wig hairline should line up with the middle of your forehead at your hairline.

 

How To Make Wig Look Natural?

 

 

Many people wearing wigs for the first time worry that their wig will look unnatural and that others will know they are wearing a wig. However, this is not the case if you are buying a high quality wig, have the proper fit and take the time to care for your wig properly. Here are some tips for making your wig look natural.

 

Ensure that your wig fits properly

 

When a wig is ill-fitting, it can move around on the head or pop up in the back. This will not only be uncomfortable, but it will not look natural. So you should measure your head,then choose a wig that suit for you.

 

Have Your Wig Trimmed by a Stylist

 

Just like with your natural hair, you can have a professional stylist trim your wig to create a look that best compliments your face shape. This will make the style appear more natural. For the best results, have your stylist trim the wig while you are wearing it.

 

Follow manufacturer instructions when caring for your wig

 

Ensuring that your wig is properly cared for will help to extend the life of your wig and keep it looking natural and healthy looking for as long as possible.

 

A wig that is not properly cared for can become frayed, frizzy and damaged, leading to an unnatural appearance. Only use shampoo, conditioner and styling products made specifically for synthetic wigs, and only use combs and brushes created for wigs.

 

Wear Accessories as You Would in Your Own Hair

 

Adding a bright scarf or headband to your wig can help it appear as if you are just accessorizing your natural hair. Strategically placing a headband or scarf around the front of the wig cap can also help to keep any of the wig cap from showing around the edges of the wig and help to keep the wig more securely in place on the head.