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the concept of creating a WIG is too complicated and far-fetched from ashamvcucmaf's blog

You might think that the concept of creating a WIG is too complicated and far-fetched if you're anything like me when it comes to hair. In light of the large number of people who have made the decision to wear wigs, I thought it would be best to provide my fellow friends with a comprehensive guide to the most effective wig-making techniques currently available. We want you to be aware, however, that it is not as difficult as it appears on the surface. In addition to the many different styles that are available, wigs can be made in a variety of different ways. You can choose from a variety of methods, including the glue-less method, quick weave, u-part, full lace closure, semi-lace closure, and other variations. To assist you in discovering the most efficient and least time-consuming methods so that you can make wigs in your sleep is my job. Finally, when it comes down to it, building your own unit will save you a substantial amount of money on labor expenses. After all of that, here is the ultimate wig guide, as well as the best techniques to know when creating a wig that includes an attached closure.

When it comes to weave terminology, it's likely that you've heard a lot of people say that they're going to "bleach their knots," but what exactly does that mean? When creating a lace closure, you should bleach the lace to make it appear more natural and to ensure that it matches the color of your own scalp as closely as possible to your natural hair. You may be able to get away with applying makeup concealer or foundation to the closure, but this will not provide you with the flawless finish that you are looking for. All you'll need to complete the task is the BW 2 powder and a 40-volume developer, which isn't difficult to come by. In the following step, you will combine the two ingredients until they form a thick paste consistency. Prepare by applying a small amount of paste to the back of the lace closure and spreading it lightly so that it does not penetrate the hair. Set the paste aside. Allow the solution to sit on the knots for 15 minutes or so before using it to cut the knots out. Then, following the manufacturer's instructions, wash the closure with shampoo and conditioner before allowing it to dry completely. During this time, you can also go through and wash the bundles, which will result in hair that is more fresh and clean-feeling overall.

When it comes to creating a wig with a lace closure, the next step is the most important one to take into consideration. In order for the closure to appear natural, it is critical that you pluck the ends. If your closure does not have lace, you may be able to skip this step entirely. The best and most natural-looking wigs, in my opinion, will have some lace in their closures in order to achieve the most natural-looking results. Try pinning the closure to the head of your model instead, which is a great technique to experiment with and learn more about. Once the hair is secure, gently pluck hairs from a small section of hair in the front where you would normally create baby hairs in a downward motion. When using this technique, it is critical to double-check the amount of hair you are plucking to ensure that you are not pulling out an excessive number of strands at the same time. As soon as you've achieved the desired look, you can proceed to the next step, which is the creation of the full-length wig.

So, now that our closure is in excellent condition, we can move on to the next step, which is putting the remainder of the wig together. It is necessary to bring out your black weave cap and place it on top of the mannequin's head in order to complete the appearance. Starting with the very first step, pin your closure to your hat in the exact spot where you want it to be visible. Once you've finished securing the closure, you can pin it in place and begin sewing it onto the brim of the cap.


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