If you have thick, smooth, natural hair, then congratulations, you can do a lot of beautiful hairstyles. But if you don't want to always damage your natural hair or if you're not satisfied with your natural hair, then trying wigs is a great way. There are a variety of wigs to choose from, such as the lace front wig, full lace wig, or lace closure wig, they can give you a very authentic look, and the human hair wig looks like your own natural hair.
For beginners or wig lovers with different hair lengths, there will be some confusion about how to easily coil up their hair to facilitate wearing wigs. Before wearing a wig, it is very important to learn how to base your hair. You no longer need to spend time worrying about the wig slipping off your head or being uncomfortable to wear, and you can spend more time enjoying your masterpiece. In this article, we provide you with some simple and general guidelines to remove your concerns.
The most important tool you need is a wig cap, to hold back your hair and protect your wig. Wig caps can be made of pantihose or fishnet material, and you can stretch them on a wig head if they’re too tight. You’ll also need hair gel, bobby pins or hairpins, a little bit of hairspray, and a tail comb.
The length of the hair is different, and the corresponding hairstyles are also different. There are different treatments for short, medium, and long hair. Below we will introduce these three different length haircut methods.
A wig cap is always recommended when you have little or no hair. Because it adds security to your hairstyle, it stays secure, doesn't slip, and looks great whole day long. The hair is also relatively simple to deal with. You can comb the hair back with a comb, and then fix the hair with styling gel or hair bands. If the hair is very short, you only need to use hair gel or hair clips to fix it to ensure that the hair is in the wig cap.
For this hair length, the key to a good wig is preparation. Before putting on the wig, comb your hair back and away from your face. Avoid putting anything on or near your hairline, nape, or ears. If you have bangs, bobby pins will need to hold them in place and expose your hairline. Just hold all the hair in place.
Unless you have very fine hair, you should braid most of your hair or divide it into three or four sections and tie them tightly around your head. Try to avoid starting the braid along the nape of your neck. You can usually braid the braids higher to avoid any unevenness at the edges. When wrapping braids around your head, try to keep them at the upper back of your head, away from the edges of your hair. Wrap them as flat as possible, minimizing their size and bulk.
For longer hair, it's important to keep the hair flat and in place. Keep all hair as far away from the face, ears, and neck as possible, including bangs. The easiest way to gather your hair is to braid it and wrap it around your head. If you want a wig that will last longer, you can also try cornrows, which are braids that you weave tightly around your head. Tie your hair up, you can cover it with a wig cap, and put on a wig.