What Is A 360 Lace Wig?
360 lace wig, also known as 360 lace front wig, 360 lace frontal wig, and 360 wigs, is made of a 360 lace frontal and some hair bundles. The human hair in this lace part is knotted into the lace hole by hand. Another part of the 360 frontal wigs is made of the high stretch machine-made wig cap, bonding with the lace edge. It’s a full wig, with a bigger parting space which allows a more natural, fuller, and thicker appearance look.
What Do I Need To Make A 360 Frontal Wig?
A 360 Lace Frontal;
Three Or Four Hair Bundles( human hair or synthetic hair according to your need);
A Mesh Breathable Cap;
A Canvas Block Head Mannequin;
A Curved Thread;
A Pair Of Scissors;
A Wide-toothed Comb;
An Elastic Band;
Some Wigs Combs;
How Do You Make A 360 Lace Front Wig?
1. Secure The Mesh Cap And 360 Lace Frontal
Place the mesh breathable wig cap on a canvas head and cover the 360 lace frontal closure onto the mesh wig cap. Drag the wig forward and down to where your ears will be when you wear it. Pin it down with some T-pins. Next, follow this same process on both sides of the head then pin down the 360 frontal sew in pinning around the mannequin head and firmly hold the wig cap in place. At this stage, you can cut the extra lace off. But it isn’t necessary or maybe even advisable.
2. Sew In 360 Lace Frontal
Once you have positioned the cheap 360 lace frontal onto the weaving cap with some T-pins, you need to thread a needle and make double knots at the end to make sure it is secure. The next step is to hold the thread in your left hand and take the needle and thread to make it pass through lace and the weaving cap to stitch the 360 lace frontal to the wig cap. You need to stitch at the base of the lace where the lace meets the hair. In a word, please do your best to stitch as neatly as you can around the entire circumference of the lace frontal closure 360. In this sewing-in process, it would be better to make a loop releasing the thread, which may make a continuous circle around a 360 lace frontal, thus making the thread not easily get the scroll, get cuts, or separate from the lace frontal.
3. Sew-in Hair Bundles
Once you have secured the mesh wig cap and 360 lace frontal closure, you can start to sew in the hair bundles.
Firstly start at the back of the canvas head and get as close to the stitch you made earlier attaching the frontal to the wig cap. Use thread and needles to stitch from one side to the other following a semi-circle from around the canvas head. When you reach the other side, fold over the hair weft to sew it down neatly and continue by stitching over to the other side of the head securely. Of course, you had better make sure so that it lays as flat as possible each time.
Repeat these steps until you reach the top of the head at the seam of the Brazilian 360 frontal and the wig cap and sew the tracks as closely together as you can to eliminate any gaps until you only see tiny gaps between tracks.
4. Cut Off The Extra Lace And Wig Cap
When you finish the sewing-in, use a wide-toothed comb to brush hair back and use a hand tie to tie together at the back of the 360 lace wig human hair. Then take a scissor to cut off the extra lace in the front. Take the 360 lace frontal wig off the mannequin head and cut off the wig cap that is inside the lace to be able to expose the least.
5. Apply Elastic Band And Combs
Now, it is time to sew the wig combs and band. Take thread and needles to attach the wig band inside your wig along the bottom of the cap to assist you to install the full lace wig onto your head stably later. And sew at least one comb on either side of the head and at the back as well.
While all work is finished, you can style your 360 lace wig human hair according to your preference.