a) Tips & Tricks for Liquid-Binding Adhesives
Below are some useful tips that can help you create the strongest and most secure bonds possible.
Do not apply the liquid adhesive to thicker coats. If you are using the brush, move your hand horizontally and vertically with the paintbrush. Use thin multiple coats to achieve more adhesive. But, make sure that your previous coat is dry before you apply the next coatgl ueless lace front wigs.
Never apply liquid adhesive directly to a laces system. Instead, put the liquid on your scalp before placing it on to your head. Your scalp should be properly cleaned and prepared with skin shield before attaching the full lace. Skin shield is a product which protects skin from irritation.
After showering and working out, the bond in your full laced wig will appear weaker. This is normal. However, if you have your hair system attached securely, it will still feel softened.
Airborne dirt and make-up may stick to the glue at the edges of lace unit sides and front. It can also become visible over time. This area is easiest to clean immediately after a shampoo, as the adhesive for the hairpieces can be flexible. Spray a liberal amount on the tip a two-folded paper towel with Adjust-a-Bond. Take one hand to hold your hair back. With the other, take the saturated tissue and wipe the edges of your lace with the second hand.
This trick will allow you to keep your lace front- and side edges hidden at all costs.
- Tips & Tricks to Avoid Shedding
Below are some useful tips to avoid excessive shedding.
A little bit of shedding is okay, but your full laced wig should not shed any more than our hair.
Avoid putting any hair products that are high in alcohol (such as hair spray, spritz or …)) directly into your full lace hair. These products can cause hair to fall out and will also damage hair.
If you are wearing a full-lace wig to bed, make sure your hair is tangled and twisted. A scarf can be wrapped around your head or worn as a hair cover while you sleep. This will prevent hair loss and damage from your full-laced wig.
You should always wear a swim cap when you swim wearing a full laced swim wig. Do not let chlorine or saltwater remain in the hairs of your full lacewig. It will irreversibly damage the hair.
After each wash, seal any knots in your full lace-wig cap with a tackier. This will help strengthen the knots in each hair strand, and protect your full lacquer wig from excessive shedding.
- Tips and Tricks to Curly, Deep Wave and Wavy Styles
Below is a moisturizer suggestion for Full lace Wigs with a Curly Deep Wave Wavy Style.
Your full lacewig should be washed and dried thoroughly. Next, spray it with a 1/4 Dove Moisturizing Conditioning, 1/4 of Glycerin, 2/4 plain water, until it reaches saturation. Make sure to brush the wig into shape with a loopbrush. Cover your entire lace hair wig with a mesh net. Let it air dry on top a wig. After drying, you can spray lightly with the above mix every 2-3 days or so. This will restore curls’ initial shape, bounce and shine.
*1/3 SunsilkCaptivating Curls Lotion – 1/3 glycerin – 1/3 plain water mixture
- Tips and Tricks for a long-lasting full length lace wig
Your full lace-wig care and maintenance starts with understanding that it is made of approximately 4 year old human hair. The average hair growth rate is one and a half inches per month. This makes the 6 inch mark. It is safe to assume that your 20-inch unit was made of hair that is 24 inches in length.
A full lacewig requires five essential tools to care for it: Shampoo and Conditioner, a rake (or a pillow case), your hair wrap and your pillowcase. These are 5 essential players. Unfortunately, not all options are equally available.
It is a good rule to remember when shopping for shampoo or conditioner. If it costs between $10.00-$20.00 for 8.5oz, then you are buying the right stuff. The shampoo and conditioner are crucial to the protection of hair natural oils so it is worth your investment.
The Rake can be used to style the unit. Brushes and combings put too much stress on the hair, which can lead to breakage or shedding. You can use a Pick, a Rake, or even an Evening Pick to brush your hair. This will decrease the tension and knots and will also help you style your lacewig.
Tips and Tricks to Avoid any Damage to your Full Lace Wig while Sleeping
This tip is important when you are wearing your hairunit while you sleep.
To prevent damage to your hair unit, don’t wear your full-laced wig while you sleep.
Use a wrap. You can protect your hair by wrapping it in silk or satin wraps. This will help reduce friction between your head and the unit while you sleep. Also, use a silk or satin-colored pillow case. The main point is that the pillow cover must match the material of your wrap. A satin pillowcase is the best choice if your hair has been wrapped in satin. Silk pillow cases will work well if your hair is wrapped in silk. This will help reduce the tension and resistance of the two fabrics. You can also avoid occasional breakage. Your hair will be protected while you sleep.
- Tips and Tricks to combat cold temperatures
Below is a tip to maintain the beauty and strength of your full laced wig.
In some cases, hair damage can occur irreversibly due to cold temperatures and especially dry weather. There are fantastic products on market that can protect your locks from the harsh conditions of drying. Hair Conditioning treatments, Hair Damage Repair kits, are a great way to replenish and protect the hair on your full-laced wig. It does not matter which brand you choose to use for your hair unit.
If the hair of your full-laced wig is getting dry, or if you want it to be protected from the elements, follow these steps:
- Take the hair out and wash it.
- Hair Damage Repair is a high-end treatment for hair moisture replenishment.Do NOT use protein enriched conditioners.
- Put your entire lace-wig in a plastic bag. Place in a warm part of your house.Avoid heating your unit with direct heat or microwave.
- Allow the bag rest for 24 hrs. Then rinse hair in lukewarm hot water. Air dry.
If your hair is being dragged all day, you should do this every three weeks. Beware! There is such a thing as too many moisture. You want to ensure that your hair has a natural pH level of at least 7.