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How Do You Install A Glueless Lace Front Wig

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Glueless Wigs, as the name suggests, are wigs that do not require glue or other adhesives to install and wear. Generally, glueless wigs will use combs, adjustment straps, clips, etc. to keep the wig on the head. Compared to other wigs, glueless wigs are one of the easiest and most convenient wigs to install. This is undoubtedly very friendly for wig beginners.

To install your Glueless Lace Wigs, secure your hair under a wig cap, use a cotton swab dipped in alcohol to wipe the dirt off the edge of your head. Place the wig on your head, ensure that it has the combs placed on different sides of the wig. Cut the excess lace off.
Though no matter the design, all Glueless Lace Front Wigs will sit safely and securely on your head. With that being said, let’s take a closer look at how to correctly install your Glueless Human Hair Wigs:
Check the combs are correctly positioned. Ensure that the wig you have purchased has the small combs placed on different sides of the lace wig, around where your ears are positioned and on the sides of the back of the head.
Ensure that your natural hair is flat and secured under your wig cap. This can be achieved by braiding your natural hair into cornrows. Or you can simply tie it into a neat ponytail and braid it at the nape of your neck. How you secure your natural hair is based on the texture and length of your hair.
Prep your hairline. Use a cotton swab dipped in alcohol to clean the dirt and sweat off your hairline and the edge of your head.
Put the lace wig on your head. Carefully, but firmly, grip your natural hair using the small combs inside the mslynn wig. You may need to adjust the cap size if the wig does not sit snugly on your head.
Remove the excess lace. You may then cut the excess lace on the hairline of the wig, be careful not to cut the actual hair on the hairline of the lace wig. Cut only the lace.
You may then style the baby hairs to your liking if you see fit. Some lace front wigs already have baby hairs plucked, others may require you to pluck the baby hairs yourself.

I hope you have found this guide useful. If you need any more help just let us know either by visit www.mslynnhair.com

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