Lace Front Wigs From New Attitude Wigs


Are you tired of wearing wigs with bangs because the front hairline looks unnatural on wigs with no bangs? Try a Lace Front Wig! You can be used to have a change in the hair style or to cover up the balding areas of your head. If the wigs are worn in a careful manner, no one would be able to guess whether it's a wig or natural hair.




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Lace Front Wigs get their name from a fine piece of lace mesh at the wig's hairline. The mesh allows the wearer to pull some of her own hair through the wig, mingling real hair and artificial and creating a seamless, natural-looking hairline.
Lace Fronts can also be glued on, making them secure enough to withstand dancing, running, and a full range of motion.

Celebrities such as Tyra Banks, Rhianna, and Beyonce achieve some of the glamourous hairstyles they sport by wearing lace wigs. Lace front wigs have a natural hairline and are undetectable when put on correctly. Lace wigs were once only a luxury of celebrities and the well to do. However, they have become more mainstream and are being utilized by women from all walks of life.





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Some people wear wigs to disguise the fact that they are bald; a wig may be used as a less intrusive and less expensive alternative to therapies for restoring hair. Wigs may also be used as a cosmetic accessory, sometimes in a religious context. Actors often wear costume wigs in order to better portray a character.
It's rare that I dig into more technical hair terminology, but as anyone who's ever talked to a celebrity stylist knows, lacefronts are very popular, with fans ranging from Beyonce to Tyra Banks to - allegedly - John Travolta and Jeremy Piven. Lacefronts get their name from a fine piece of lace mesh at the wig's hairline. The mesh allows the wearer to pull some of her own hair through the wig, mingling real hair and artificial and creating a seamless, natural-looking hairline. Lacefronts can also be glued on, making them secure enough to withstand dancing, running, and a full range of motion.


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How To Put On A Lace Front Wig:

* Clean the skin on your face, making sure to get into the hairline, using a non-oily soap. If you use moisturizer, be sure to stop about 1 inch away from your hairline. Wait a few moments to make sure your skin is completely dry before beginning.

* Pull your hair away from from your face and secure it to your scalp with hair pins in pin curls.

* Put the skull cap on.

* Grasp the lower back edge of the wig foundation with both hands. You might want to lean forward a bit, especially if the wig is long. Slide it up over the forehead until the hairpiece's hair line is about an inch or two from where you want it to be. Then pull the piece down over the rest of the head.

* Slide it back farther until it is in the correct position, just in front of your natural hairline, using both hands.

* Trim the lace back matching its shape to the shape of your own hairline. Be careful not over trim, it is necessary to have a strip of lace to adhere to the skin.

* Use pins the same color as the wig and gently push them through the hair of the wig, through the base of the wig, through the skull cap and into the pin curls.

* Lift the lace netting off the skin by gently folding it up and back. Apply a thin layer of adhesive around the perimeter of your hairline. Wait a few moments for the adhesive to become sticky. Unfold and press the lace netting into the line of glue on your skin.

A lace front wig is not just a wig, it's like your own hair with an untraceable hair line and an extra thin lace top! The most comfortable and fitting cap ever made with the patent pending "Pure Stretch Cap", which stretches throughout the entire perimeter of the cap. No tightness like all the traditional wigs, even when wearing constantly for several days!



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