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  • Lace Wig Application Lace Front Wigs How to Lace Wigs

    Posted on December 14th, 2011 admin No comments
    XantusHairStudio asked:

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  • Create Lace Front Wigs Like A Pro!

    Posted on July 15th, 2011 admin No comments
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    Posted on July 5th, 2011 admin No comments
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    Blogspot on More Info w/Lace Front Purchase Wig Here Utopia Human Lace Wig TopSol For Take Off No Tape for Putting it on

  • FreeTress Equal Lace Front Wig Mariah

    Posted on July 4th, 2011 admin No comments
    MsMwood1 asked:

    Hello Ladies i Brought Mariah at the beauty supply for $40.00 in colors F237(2/33/27) Curling Iron safe up to 400f. She has Sculpting tabs ear to ear to form a perfect fit and a Natural invisible hair line. Longer Lace from ear to ear and a one size fits all adjustable cap. Thanks for watching COMMENT,RATE & SUBSCRIBE! ***Disclaimer*** I Brought this wig with my own money and i do not work for the company!!!

  • Front Lace Instruction Video

    Posted on May 21st, 2011 admin No comments
    JanetCollectionTV asked:

    Front Lace Wigs by Janet Collection is a series of 100% Human Hair and Synthetic Hair wigs. This video shows you how to put on Front Lace Wigs and the various styles they are available in. Find these items at:

  • Front Lace Instruction Video

    Posted on March 31st, 2011 admin No comments
    JanetCollectionTV asked:

    Front Lace Wigs by Janet Collection is a series of 100% Human Hair and Synthetic Hair wigs. This video shows you how to put on Front Lace Wigs and the various styles they are available in. Find these items at:

  • Everything About Wigs and Hairpieces

    Posted on November 30th, 2009 admin 3 comments
    Judith Sternson asked:

    It seems that these days the concept of wigs and hairpieces has been more accepted than ever before. You can imagine the excitement involved in totally changing your look though the simple addition of a wig. There are virtually all types of wigs and hairpieces that you choose from.

    Many people don’t know the first thing about wigs. The cap is the base of the wig, and is what your natural hair is attached to so that you don’t experience any unwanted movement. The hair of the wig can be either human or synthetic and is usually attached to the cap in one of a few popular ways.

    Wefting is one of the most common attachment methods on most caps. This is when the strings of hair are doubled over and sewn closely together in long strands. These are then able to be attached by hand or machine to the horizontal and vertical lines of the cap. Standard caps are the most common and most affordable types of wig caps.

    It is common for companies to use machines to sew the hair on to the cap. There is usually a closed lace layer that is positioned at the crown of the cap. Most cap hair is pre-designed in to a specific style. You may need to do some basic teasing or primping to make sure the cap cannot be seen.

    Another type of wig used is a monofilament cap that is made of breathable nylon or polyester mesh materials that look similar to the appearance of skin. People will assume that the cap is the wearer’s natural scalp. These types of caps offer the most natural and realistic look available. If you aren’t into wearing a full scalp wig than you can always opt for a small hairpiece that come in a massive assortment of colors and styles.

  • Hair Weaving and a Hair Replacement System

    Posted on November 18th, 2009 admin 1 comment
    Cindy Lee asked:

    Among the most interesting and often important services provided by hair stylists are hair weaving and hair extensions.


    Hair loss in either men or women can create feelings of vulnerability, self-consciousness and a loss of self-esteem.  Imagine every day being a “bad hair day”.  This is what people who are balding or have suffered any significant hair loss experience every day of their lives. 


    With hair weaving techniques that add more hair, these people can regain their confidence, self-esteem and youthful appearance.


    Aging, chronic hair pulling (Trichotillomania) and incomplete hair re-growth after chemotherapy are some of the factors that can create partial hair loss. 


    For those of you new to the area of hair weaving this article will provide some basic information on hair weaving to attach a hair replacement system or full wig, and introduce you to the electric hair weaving machine.  This device helps the stylist create the exact look desired and shortens the time it takes to create the weave track.


    First, here are some basic terms. 


    Hair weaving is where either synthetic or human hair is cornrow braided or woven into the person’s existing natural hair at the scalp.  An extension weft or custom made hair system is then sewn on the created track.


    A hair extension is the synthetic or natural hair that is attached to the existing natural hair.


    Natural human hair used for weaves, wigs and extensions comes mainly from the continent of Asia and to some smaller degree from China, India, Eastern Europe and Russia.  This human hair comes in a wide variety of grades.  The highest is pure human hair from young donors that has been gently processed leaving the cuticles intact.  This is called “Remy” hair.  Human hair can also come in lower grades included those diluted with animal or synthetic hair.  High quality unprocessed 100% European human hair is of course more expensive than hair mixed with animal hair or synthetics.


    Synthetic hair can be made from a variety of synthetic fibers including Kanekalon, Toupelon, wool, alpaca, mohair, rayon, goat, nylon and yak.  Synthetic hair comes in wefts and single strands for braids.  This type of hair is best used for braids since using heating appliances such as straightening combs or curling irons is not recommended.   For the obvious reason of supply synthetic hair is cheaper than natural high-quality human hair.


    Corn rowed hair refers to a traditional style of African origin in which the hair is made into small braids starting close to the scalp.  These can be made in simple rows or very complex patterns.


    Human hair extensions can also come in higher Cuticle Remy or unprocessed Caucasian European grades as well as lower grades including those diluted with animal or synthetic hair. 


    One of the most innovative recent inventions in the world of hair replacement is the electric hair weaving machine.  A hair weaving machine takes the place of traditional cornrow braids and is used to help the stylist create the track for attaching natural or synthetic hair extensions to the head.  By using this machine the stylist saves time while keeping the track extremely small as well as less detectable, typically the size of a pencil lead. With it you can attach several different types of hair additions to the head such as Integrations, wefts, wigs, and partial hairpieces giving the client an extended wear ‘prosthesis’ that can be slept with and showered in. 


    Hair replacement systems have been a part of society since the early Egyptians.  With current advances such as the electric hair weaving machine we can make hair extensions and custom hairpieces look more natural than ever before and so help our clients get exactly what they are looking for.


    To see a fun, informative and entertaining video on hair weaving and hair replacement from Cindy Lee go to

  • Janet Collection Princess Lace Wig

    Posted on November 17th, 2009 admin 3 comments
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  • How to Install Lace Front Wigs

    Posted on November 10th, 2009 admin 2 comments
    Luxurious Hair Boutique asked:


    -Gather your application products for easy access and prepare your own hair by either braiding into small cornrows, pin curling or wrapping your hair tightly. The main objective is to get your hair as flat as possible. Wearing a wig Cap is optional.

    -Pin and clip all the hairs on your unit (especially the baby hairs) away from the edges of the wig’s perimeter.


    -Apply Fray Block to lace as directed on packaging and allow to dry. (Optional)  Please note that Fray Block will help stop your lace from fraying. Fray block should dry clear.


    -Carefully cut extra lace around the perimeter of the wig to where the hair is knotted, being careful not to cut into the baby hairs.


    -Apply alcohol or cleanser with a cotton ball to clean skin around the edges of your natural hairline. The aim is to remove all excess oils from your skin. Apply scalp protector to area to be bonded. Let dry.


    -Position the lace wig on your head. Use an eyebrow pencil, lightly trace the hairline of the wig onto your forehead.


    Using an application brush or q-tip, apply adhesive just beyond your hairline as instructed by the lace wig adhesive manufacturer. Once the glue is ready (this will depend on the glue type) position lace wig on your head with hairline rolled back. Starting at the middle point of your forehead, bond wig to head by pressing down on one side, then the other, using the end of a tail comb. Bond front hairline first, then nape. Use the back end of comb to press harder further securing lace front wig onto hairline. Allow time for glue to completely cure/dry before styling. (usually 24 hours)


    Tie the edges of hair with a silk scarf until glue has fully set / cured.

    Application with Adhesive/Tapes


    Prepare the lace wig, hair and skin as previously mentioned above.


    Cut the tape into desired shapes and attach firmly around the perimiter of the lace unit.


    Position the unit on your head. Remove the backing of the tape in sections, a little at a time. Starting from the middle of the forehead, firmly press tape into skin with a tail comb.


    Tie the edges of the hair with a silk scarf until the adhesive has set.



    To acheive a longer hold, combine the use of liquid and tape adhesives. The tape helps preserve the lace by protecting it from frequent wear and tear. For tape/glue application, first apply glue to hairline, then apply tape to the front and nape of the wig. Press tape into wig firmly. When glue is ready, remove backing of tape and press the lace down into skin using a tail comb.

    Be sure to google The Luxurious Hair Boutique and check out our extensive wigs 101 section.

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