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How To Make Baby Hair On 13x4 Lace Front Wigs

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You sometimes feel uncomfortable when putting a hairpiece on your head. By then, this article blog will help you near to tips on how to make baby hair on a 13x4 Lace Wig. This helps the hair wig look like your natural locks and wearers feel happier. 

Before knowing how to cut baby hair on lace front wig, make sure that you’ve purchased a human hair. Because the wig made of human hair is durable and flexible. You can get a synthetic hair 13x4 Lace Frontal, but you may find it challenging when cutting baby hair on it. 

Learning how to lay baby hair on frontal, you can easily achieve your desired hair. Human hair wigs with a few baby hair offer an illusion of natural strands along the hairline. It will not reveal the fact that you are wearing a lace front wig. Are you ready to make human hair 13x4 Lace Front Wigs with baby hairline? 

How to make baby hair on a lace front wig for beginners
Step 1: Secure the hair
Whether you learn how to cut baby hairs on synthetic wig or a human hair wig, you have to put your wig on a mannequin head. Then secure the hair by using pins. Make sure that the hair will not move when you cut or pluck baby hair on it. 

Step 2: Separate your wig
Use a rattail comb to take 1/5 of an inch in the 13x4 Lace Frontal Wig to cut baby hair. Separate this small part from the rest of your frontal by clipping the hair. Use alligator clips to secure the hair. 

Step 3: Dry the hair
If you water the hair to cut baby hairs, you should let them dry before setting them. Hold wet baby hair in one hand and a hairdryer on another hand and start drying. Remember that baby hair is fragile, so you must hold the machine about 2 inches from the hairline. 

Step 4: Set baby hairs
The last step on how to make lace front wig hairline look natural, you style your baby hair to reach natural look. Spray the styling product on your hair and use a soft-bristled toothbrush to set baby hair at your forehead. 

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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