Half wigs are built around a mesh cap with attached combs. They can be easily combined with natural hair to create a vibrant, glamorous hairstyle.
Begin by pulling the majority of the natural hair away from the face. People with short hair may want to tie their hair into a ponytail at the nape of the neck.
Next, slide the half wig onto the head, making sure that the comb at the front of the mesh cap catches the hair. Once the top comb is secure, slide the bottom comb into the hair at the nape of the neck. Use a headband or natural hair to cover the seam of the wig.Learn More
One can purchase wigs on-line at places like wigs.com or Milanoo passion for fashion sites. Other on-line sources include the American Cancer Society; it offers wigs for cancer patients through its Tender Loving Care or TLC Wig Collection. Local beauty shops also have wigs available for purchase, and they can often take special orders.Full Answer >
To wash a wig, comb the wig, and use shampoo and conditioner specially made for wigs. Wash the wig with cold water, and gently towel the hair dry. Make sure to let the wig continue to air dry on a stand.Full Answer >
Repairing a full-lace or front-lace wig is done by sewing any damaged ends and re-gluing loose tracks, which are strips of hair that are glued to the wig cap lengthwise. Poorly-maintained and tangled wigs can usually be fully restored, often without any help from a professional wig repair service.Full Answer >
While human hair wigs, as opposed to synthetic wigs, can be styled using some of the same products and tools as human hair, they still require special handling at both the washing and styling stages. Following current hair trends in styling helps a wig to look natural and up-to-date.Full Answer >