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Everything You Should Know About Lace Front Wigs

April 27, 2018

Would you be giving a quizzical look if I say, “Fashion trends are the most unpredictable one in the world”? We just can’t predict what’s going to be the sensation in the upcoming season, so is the case with natural hair wigs. No longer a reason of embarrassment, of late natural human hair wigs have become so popular that hair stylists around the globe are experimenting on and give their signature to the ‘wiggy style’. Moreover, natural hair wigs are a delightful way to experiment with different styles, coloring, heat styling etc without damaging your natural hair.

 

 

 

Lace front wigs are one of the favorites of many women because they look exceedingly natural and are durable too.  Plus if you want to keep your wig a secret, go for lace front wigs. Apparently many are using lace front wigs as a medical wig for patients who are facing moderate to severe hair loss. Not only does it give the wearer the appearance of a natural look but versatile styles too. Meaning, a side ponytail, low bun or even a fishtail braid will not be a dream for you.

 

 

 

Are Lace Front Wigs Pricey?

If you’d love to try this on you, try choosing a natural hair wig because it gives you a more breathing space than a synthetic one. While you explore the best lace front wigs in NYC, you can definitely pay your attention to Shlomi Mor – the best hair colorist and fashion stylist in NYC. Depending on the quality, hair texture, and length a good lace front wig’s price can differ to some extent. If you opt for synthetic front lace wigs the price will be lesser.

 

 

 

Lace Front Wigs: Care instructions

Human hair wigs require just as much care as your own hair. Taking proper care of the wig is an essential part of making sure that it continues to look amazing and beautiful. Just like the natural hair you can shampoo it, condition it, and hydrate too.  Use a mild shampoo or a cleanser to wash your human hair wig. While storing them, do keep away from direct sunlight, heat, and dust. It’s better to keep the wigs away from your kids and pets, who won’t spare a chance to play with them. If you’re going to use them on a regular basis, wig hanger, wing stand or Styrofoam head are best to maintain the longevity of your lace front wig.

 

Tips to get the best out of lace front wigs

Lace front wigs are synonymous with style, ease of use but keeping few golden tips in your arsenal wouldn’t hurt, right?

 

 

  1. Don’t wear a wig straight out of the package. The biggest concern about online shipments is that you never know what could’ve encountered while packaging and shipping your product. Check the smell and texture of the lace fabric the wig was created on. If you feel like you’re ‘not right’ with your wig, either you return it or use after properly cleaning it.

  2. Securing and hiding your natural hair is important. Either you can braid longer lengths to your scalp to create a flat surface, or you can wrap the hair if it is short in length. It is important to do so because lace front wigs are applied with an adhesive. Plus hiding will ensure that none of your hair is accidentally exposed under the lace front. If you don’t have hair (due to some painful medical conditions or so), align the lace front with your natural hairline to create a seamless transition.

 

  1. Since lace front wigs can be worn regularly it is quite natural to forget to maintain your natural tresses. Weekly once you can pamper your hair by oiling, shampooing, and conditioning it. Wear the wigs only after completely drying the hair otherwise you may end up with an itchy scalp due to dandruff or other fungal infections due to moisture underneath your wig.

  2. Use the adhesives that are created specifically for front lace wigs and make sure you patch test the glue before direct application.

 

Think about Shlomi Mor when you want the best medical human wig in NYC.

 

 

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