The whole point of wearing a wig is to feel just as beautiful and confident as you did when you had a full head of natural hair, and that is hard to do if you’re worried about strangers whispering, “Is that a wig?” at the grocery store or while you're in line at the bank.
Luckily, there are some things you can do to make sure your hair wig is your best-kept secret. And, no, that doesn’t just mean going out and buying the most expensive human hair wig possible.
Buying a high quality can go a long way towards creating a natural look, but if you don’t attach, style, and care for that wig properly, it will look just as unnatural as $50 synthetic wig.
Here is a tutorial showing you guys how to make lace closure wig step by step and how to make natural hairline easily! A lot of you want to know all here it is!
How to Make Wig and How to Make Natural Hairline for Wig
1. Things You'll Need
First you need some basic things to make a wig. The materials mainly includes dome cap, you could choose a dome cap according to your own head’s size, you still need needle/nylon thread, virgin hair bundles and closure.
2. Getting Ready For The Hair Wig
Lace front wigs are specifically designed to make a wig look natural in front. Hairs are individually hand-tied onto the lace front piece in order to create a more natural appearance. Wigs with lace fronts can be styled away from the face because the hairline is nearly invisible and the scalp can be seen through the mesh.
Pick out the right ventilating needle, besides, measure your head, then make a pattern and secure your pattern on a wig block, next cut the lace.,finally, secure the lace on a wig block. This step always was neglected by many women. This is the reason why some girls wig looks like unnatural in some degree.
Pull the virgin hair weave through in a loop and knot it onto the lace. You will need to single-knot or double-knot sections of hair made from only a few strands onto the individual gaps in the lace foundation using your ventilating tool.
Hook this loop with your ventilating needle and push it through one of the gaps in the lace foundation.
Knot the strands of hair once or twice onto the cotton edge of the gap. Make sure that the knot is fully tightened and closed so that the hair stays in place. You will need to pull the entire length of the section through the knot as you tighten it.
4. Vary The Direction
Once you reach the crown of the lace front wigs, you should mentally separate the top into six separate directions and tie the strands off evenly in each of those directions. You should have two sections that extend straight down from either side of the wig, and the other four sections should be evenly spaced between these initial two.
5. Cover The Ribbons And Sew In Steel Springs
Turn the wig inside out and stitch hair closure along the inside edge of the ribbons to prevent them from showing from the front. Use a needle and thread to sew a few short steel springs around the temples, neck, and forehead of the wig. This will help the hair lift in a natural, pleasant manner. The springs should only by a few loops wide and should not be visible from under the hair.
6. Make The Part And Style The Wig
With all the sew-in hair place, part the wigs as you would do with a normal head of hair and cut the hair into your desired style.
If you are anxious about cutting the hair into a good or flattering style, you might want to ask a hair stylist for some tips or ask if he or she will cut the wig for you.
As soon as your new wig, take a pair of tweezers and carefully pluck out a few strands. Then, using baby scissors, cut a few strands so that they look like they’re just growing out. Last, choose a couple of hairs to place on the ‘wrong’ side of the part.
7. Make The Final Fit
Try the wig on. It should now be complete, but if anything looks off, you should still be able to adjust it.
Wash your wig regularly using wig shampoo, according to the wig manufacturer's directions. This will keep the wig looking fresh, shiny and healthy.
Now that you’ve learned some of our favorite tips and tricks for making your wig look natural, go ahead and try some of them out!
Whether you are wearing a hair wig because of hair loss, or just want to play with a new hairstyle, you can learn the skills of wearing and styling a wig. Do you have a favorite technology that makes wigs we haven't mentioned look 'real'? Let us know in the comments!