The lace base of our lace wig makes it look like your real hair. To accentuate the illusion, here are some tips.
Adjust the tulle of your wig
The lace wighas an invisible tulle base that will give the impression that your new mane emerges from your head. For a perfect illusion, however, think of cutting the lace that protrudes from around your wig, leaving one to two millimeters of margin (essential so that it stays in place). Here you are with a custom fitted wig, which you can wear throughout the day.
Use baby hair
Baby hair is fine, wavy locks that adorn the edge of your face. Before putting your wig on, remember to bring it out. Once your wig is in place, style them slightly backwards to mix them with the rest of your hair. Guaranteed illusion!
Tip: Use a toothbrush and a little grease to brush your protruding hair. This will harmonize them with the rest of the wig.
Draw your line well
Once your wig is on, spread your closure at the level of the line in order to widen it, then apply a little liquid foundation (the same color as your skin).
Tip: Use a pair of tweezers to pull out some hair at the level of the part. This will accentuate the natural effect of your lace wig.
Don't forget the comb
A natural looking wig is a well maintained wig! So remember to gently untangle it with a wide-tooth comb and store it in your closet (on a wig hanger) when you are not wearing it. This will prevent it from collecting dust.