How to make your lace frontal or lace wig look natural

April 24, 2018

How to make your lace frontal or lace wig look natural

Everyone knows that lace wigs and lace frontals can look bulgy, unnatural and unflattering sometimes not because the hair is not good quality but because they were not properly and completely prepared before they are installed. We have good news for you. Our frontals and wigs are pre-plucked, however, for an optimum look, the customer may pluck it further with tweezers. 
There are four important steps to making your lace frontal or lace wig look natural.


1) Pluck the lace frontal or lace wig. Place the lace frontal or wig on a wig head or place it on your laps. Spray some water on it. Then get your tweezers and pluck the hair on the hairline front back and side of the frontal or wig. Also, pluck behind the hair line and then pluck the whole frontal or wig. Make sure to style the hair while plucking it and pluck wherever the hair bulges. Make sure to prevent over plucking the wig or plucking it too close to the lace that will destroy it.

2)Make sure to bleach the notes on the lace to a color that matches your skin tone. Some people do not feel comfortable with bleaching and rather opt for using powdered make up or concealer on the lace.

3)Make sure to trim or use tweezers on the baby hair on your frontal or wig. Baby hair is usually fine and short and be careful to follow your hair line while cutting the extra lace at the front or back of the frontal or wig.

4)Use an ear pad to add your concealer shade or make up shade to your parting on your frontal or lace wig.

Got 2 b Glued is a product often used to lay down wigs and frontals. Often customers are frightened that this product is a hair glue, however it is a gel. Let it air dry or use a dryer after application to wash it off at the end of the day. We do not advise using hair glue as it may cause damage to your edges.

For more information about how to make your frontal or lace wig look natural, feel free to contact one of our MSL Hair wig experts at info@mslhair.com



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