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  • Front Lace Instruction Video

    Posted on May 21st, 2011 admin No comments
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    Posted on March 31st, 2011 admin No comments
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  • How to Attach Front Lace Wigs Using Double Sided Tape

    Posted on January 18th, 2009 admin 1 comment
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    Attaching a front lace wig is not as difficult as it may seem. With just a little practice you will become an expert at dawning your wig and will be able to do it by yourself every time, with no trouble at all. One of the major benefits of a front lace wig is that you can apply it yourself, unlike other types of wigs that require an extra set of hands.

    Double sided tape and Liquid Adhesives

    The two most common materials used for attaching front lace wigs is double sided tape and liquid adhesive. Both of these products are best applied to bare skin on the scalp or on an area of extreme hair loss or balding. Don’t just use any double sided tape or adhesive though. Rather, you should always use attachment products that are designed and manufactured specifically for this use.

    Step One

    To apply your front lace wig using tape, first prepare your tape by cutting it into strips of approximately 3 inches in length, by 4 inches in width. Now take one of your pieces of tape and place it on the polyurethane tape patch area, right where the lace front connects to it. The next step is to place the strip on the front hairline where it meets the edge of the lace.

    Trim and Contour

    Now firmly apply pressure, so it is held down in place. Now repeat the procedure until you have attached the entire front edge of the lace to the wig itself. Also, remember to apply adequate pressure to the wig each time that you apply your tape strips. As you move around your head with the tape strips, you will find yourself having to do some tape trimming, so the end finished work contours to the shape of your head.