Wigs are becoming standardized, and more and more people use them as beautiful and fashionable means. You can easily change the hairstyle from short hair to long hair, or from straight hair to curly hair. A variety of hair colors are also available. You can choose a human hair wig or artificial wig according to your budget. Many people who do not have hair loss problems also fall into the wig world. However, those with long, thick hair may struggle with wigs. Here, we will introduce you to several measures to close thick and long hair under a wig. You will definitely find a more suitable method for you.
Braiding hair is an effective way to hide all hair under a wig. This may cause some lumps and bumps and cannot ensure 100% flatness. However, it can protect your hair and prevent it from falling out, and when you wear a wig, it looks relatively natural. You can braid your own hair in a variety of styles, but you need to minimize the bumpiness caused by braiding. If you do not get rid of these bumps, you will always feel clumsy, strange appearance, and discomfort. French weave is the most common style that wig wearers choose to produce a flat effect. The detailed steps are as follows.
Step 1: First divide the hair down from the middle, and then divide it into two parts. If the hair is too thick, you can divide the hair into four even parts.
Step 2: Weave each part loosely and start weaving from the area near the scalp. Too tight braids may cause clumps. French braids should be familiar to most people. If you are not one of them, try to find a video on YouTube to teach you how to knit. After braiding the hair into braids, fix it with a headband.
Step 3: After finishing all the knitting, wrap the braid around the front of the head or the back of the head. Then use a hair clip to secure the braid. Wrapping the braid around the front of the head seems to better grasp and hold the wig, but it looks more eye-catching. You can place the braid in any position. Just make sure it is as flat as possible.
Step 4: If there are two braids on each side, wrap the braids around the head one by one. Continue to wrap until all the braids are resting on the scalp. In addition, if you choose to wrap the braid in front of your head, remember to keep the braid a certain distance from the hairline. Otherwise, your braids may be exposed to the wig and look unnatural. Similarly, overlapping braids can also cause clumping.
Step 5: The last step is to wear a wig. If you want to prevent your wig from touching your hair, you can wear a wig cap. Braids make it easy for you to put on the wig because it helps to fix the wig and prevent it from slipping off.