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How To Make Your Closure Wig Look More Beautiful?

by Ashley hair West Kiss Hair
If the closure wig is used for a long time, it is inevitable that you will feel visually tired. Today I will tell you how to make your wig look more beautiful-customize it yourself, just need a few processes such as bleaching and dyeing.

Wash your hair.
Many people don't know how to clean the lace human hair wigs before making a closure wig. Remember to scrub gently and keep it flat during the cleaning process, so that it can continue to be in good condition.
After washing, you can use a leave-in conditioner or essential oil to moisturize your hair to avoid frizz and knotting caused by dryness and keep your hair soft and comfortable.

Place the wig. 
Distribute the air-dried closed fake to the head of the model, fix it with a pin, and prepare for subsequent operations. 
Remove the hairline.

Some manufacturers will directly remove some hairline hair for customers in advance, but if your wig does not remove it beforehand, you have to do it yourself, or you can find a professional stylist, but it costs money. You can use tweezers at home to pull out the excess hair at the hairline, which can reduce the volume of the wig, and it can be thinner to make the hairline more natural.

Apply shadows.
Apply some shadow evenly on the closed part of the wig and the boundary of the hairline to weaken the boundary between the closure wig and your scalp and ensure that it looks real and natural. Remember to try not to use liquid concealer, because it may stain other parts of the wig, you can consider using eyeshadow or foundation similar to the skin tone.

Create natural edges-baby hair.
Many beginners will complain that the hairline is not natural enough. Here we need to tell you that the hairline of the baby should not be too long and not too long to look good.
Pick out some hair at the front part of the hairline and cut it short with a razor. The length depends on your personal preference. Spray some hairspray on the trimmed baby's hair, and then use a toothbrush or other brush to draw the hair to the proper position of the hairline.

Bleach knot.
Since each hair strand is tied to the HD lace by hand, you can see that the end of each hair strand will have obvious knots, like small black dots on the lace. If you don't want the lace to be exposed, bleach the knot. After the knot is bleached, it will hide the black spots between the lace and the hair strands, making the hairline look more natural.
First use bleach and professional developer, put them in a bowl according to the ratio of 1:2, and stir until uniform.
Then turn the 6x6 closure wigs outwards, fix them on the model's head, and carefully bleach the knots along the hairline with a small brush.
Wait for about 15 minutes. Before the knot becomes discolored, rinse off the bleach with a neutralizing shampoo. This is to prevent the knot from being completely bleached. Then you can use conditioner to moisturize the hair, making the hair cleaner and smoother.

Cut the lace.
Cut the excess lace along the edges of the ears and hairline.

Curly hair.
Use a curling iron to curl the effect you want. It is recommended that you curl your hair at a low to medium heat, which can create a perfect curly wig without damaging the hair. In addition, you must remember not to heat the hair frequently, because the hair itself is relatively fragile, and frequent heating will cause certain damage.

Having the above steps will help you a lot, and you will be very proud of completing a great job yourself. If you feel troublesome and don't want to do it yourself, you can come to West Kiss Hair to buy several new high-quality wigs. There are many styles, such as cheap U part wigs, headband wigs, lace frontal wigs, etc. and there is always the one you like and suitable.

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