Recently, human hair lace front wigs have become widely available to everyone. Although the application process usually requires adhesive products that only a professional can properly use, there are some lace front wigs that you can apply at home without tape or glue.
Things You’ll Need to apply a full lace wig:
Wig clips,Weaving needle and thread,Hair clamps
Step 1:Turn your full lace wig inside out. Pull the hair on the wig into a ponytail or place a clamp around it so that it does not get into the way when you start to sew the wig clips on to the unit.
Step 2:Thread the weaving needle using a thread similar to the hair color on the wig to make the wig clips less noticeable.
Grab one of the wig clips and place the bottom of the clips at the bottom, middle portion of the wig. Make sure the teeth on the clips are facing you.
Step 3:Insert your weaving needle underneath the lace wig and then through the hole on the clips. Move to the next hole and insert the clip through the hole and then back down through the wig. Repeat this procedure until you have sewn through every hole on each full lace wig clip.
Step 4:Place another wig clip around 3 inches away from the clip that you have just sewn onto the full lace wig. Repeat the same procedure above to attach the clip to the lace cap of the full lace wig.
Step 5:Turn the full lace wig to the right side about an inch above where your ear would be and attach another wig clip in this place. Repeat this same procedure for the left side of the wig. Do not attach any clips in the front of the wig, because it will show around your hairline and be noticeable.
Step 6:Flip the wig back into the right position and place it on your head. Insert the wig clips into your hair to secure the wig in place. Remove the hair clamp from the wig and style your wig as you like.this procedure is similar as attaching a lace front wig.
Most wigs will have elastic or Velcro straps in the back to help hold it in place. Tighten or loosen those straps as needed so the wig feels secure and comfortable on your head.
If you want to be able to wear your wig in a ponytail, consider purchasing two little tabs of adhesive tape to add to the area just in front of your ears. This area will lift when using the “no tape,” “no glue” method.
Removing Your Lace Wig:
How to remove your lace wig?
The Adhesive remover and 99% Alcohol will assist in removing your unit. Spray the adhesive remover generously and allow the glue remover to work.
Do not pull or tug the lace, it will damage your lace and your hair. Alternate between using the adhesive remover and the 99% Alcohol to remove your lace.
Do not pull the lace or attempt to force it off, or you may damage your skin and the lace. You should be able to roll the excess glue off of your skin and wig once the remover has set.