How to Make Your Full Lace or Lace Front Wig Thicker

How to Make Your Full Lace or Lace Front Wig Thicker

Are you wearing a full lace wig or a lace front wig now?Do you feel your human hair lace wig is not thick enough?it will spend more mo ney and more time if send back to seller to add hair.not to say maybe their is nobody will lke to repair the wig for you.don’t you consider to add hair yourself?making wigs is a labor-intensive industry, but not difficult task if you have the necessary tools and have enough time to tie hundreds of hairs on the lace base of your full lace wig or lace front wig cap. Before you begin to sew hair on your your full lace wig or lace front wig, you will need a few specialized items that must be purchased at hair or beauty stores. Once you complete your wig, you will be able to wear it whenever you like, and only you will be able to tell your coif is the result of hours of work

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1.Measure your head or the head of the women for whom you are addd hair on the full lace wig. Measure the circumference,so the wig will be more suitalbe than before.
Record the measurement that you’ve taken from the head and transfer it to the mannequin head. These measurements are then marked accurately on to a mannequin head, so that the process of constructing a new and suitalble wig cap can start.

Before you begin sewing make sure you refit the cap that you’ll make in section two to ensure that the calculations are correct.

Hackle the hair before ventilating. Hackling is the same as combing the hair. A hackle is a comb with teeth that are metal.

Begin attaching hair to the cap. The process of tie hair to the wig cap is called ventilating. According to lacewigshuman.com, the process is similar to hooking a rug and uses a tool called a ventilating needle. The ventilating needle looks like a fine, curved crochet hook.

To tie hair, take a strand or two and double it so it forms a "U" at the bottom. push through the lace cap with the venting needle, catch the strand and pull the bottom U-shaped portion through.

Knot the hair to the lace. Slide the U-shaped portion of hair down toward the needle’s handle and use its hook to catch the shaft of the hair on the other side of the lace and pull it all the way through the U, being sure that it is secured around a thread of the lace. The hair is now knotted, or sewn, to the cap.

Repeat until enough hair and your full lace wig or lace front wig is thick enought. For some wholes head full lace wigs, lacewigshuman.com notes this can be almost 40,000 times,but you may repeat less than 10000 times just adding hair to heavy density.

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