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Dispelling The Lace Wig Belief

Dispelling The Lace Wig Belief

Great hair is everywhere. You see it in magazines, on the internet, and in hair product commercials. It is always long, shiny, and healthy looking. When the model moves her head, the hair moves perfectly with it., never too little, never too much. It is completely free of split ends. It is perfectly styled, and ir frames the face of the model perfectly. Are you in the market for luxurious, realistic looking hair like this? If yours has been damaged, if you suffer from a scalp or skin condition, or if yours is simply too short, there are solutions.

One of the best solutions out there are full lace wigs human hair. However, these wigs have acquired something of a bad reputation. The truth is, with the proper application, upkeep, and maintenance, lace wigs are actually a very safe, realistic, beautiful hair solution for either a quick change in style or a long-term look. Below are some of the many additional advantages these wigs provide for you.

There are several types of these wigs. The two most prominent are the full coverage wigs and lace front wigs. The former category are the easiest to apply (always by a trained stylist) and wear. They can lay over a completely shaved or bald head, or be connected gently to existing hair. The latter category is meant to cover over alopecia or pattern baldness spots along the front of the hairline (the bangs). With these, blending and proper attachment are even more important.

Either type is typically attached with a combination of glue and weaving. The glue, when applied slowly and by a hairstyle expert, is completely safe and poses no risk to you actually hair or skin of your scalp. While the glue holds it in place, your actual hairs are gently pulled through the lace base of the wig. This last, essential step blends the front of the wig with your real hair, allowing for a highly realistic, consistent look.

To support your new, glamorous but realistic look, the wig can be cut, washed, dried, and treated mostly like real hair. However, there are some tips for upkeep that reveal important differences between the wig's treatment and how you work with your own hair.

Wigs should be sent to your stylist once every one or two months to be sanitized, shampooed, and dried. While you can do much of this at home, the stylist's expertise ensures you avoid harmful bacteria, odors, and damage to you scalp and natural hair.

When you follow the tips above, you will find the lace versions of wigs are fast, safe, and beautiful alternatives for a new style.