Lace front wigs are gaining immense popularity over regular wigs for several reasons. Not only does the lace front wigs are durable, light-weight, and breathable but the lace mesh at the front gives an overall natural look. As the hair strands cover your forehead, it makes it hard to distinguish between the forehead skin and the lace mesh of the lace front wigs. Lace front wigs are easy to wear and remain fixed on your head. Since the lace mesh allows free airflow, your hair remains fresh and healthy underneath the wig. If stored and maintained correctly, the lace front wigs can last for a longer period. After you have chosen the correct wig based on your face shape, hairline, texture, and color, you can follow these steps to style your wig in the best possible way.
1. Style Your Baby Hairs First
- Tie your hair back with a ponytail or simply tuck them behind your ear. Leave the hair you would be styling at the front.
- Using a comb, brush your baby hair forward.
- Apply a small amount of adhesive or hairstyling gel on your forehead.
- With the help of a fine-tooth comb, arrange your baby in the preferred style.
- Finally, use a hairspray to set the baby hair and use your finger to smooth down the hair.
2. Hairdos With Lace Front Wigs
The lace front wigs are made of lace mesh at the front and durable non-lace material at the back. To conceal the back part, keep your complete or half of the hair down to cover the neck. You can opt for the following hairstyles and many more by using lace front wigs.
- You can create a bun or a high ponytail using the upper half of the hair and leave the lower half to cover your neck.
- You can tie all the hair into a low set ponytail. Make sure it covers the nape of your neck and the hair is secured tightly. To give a sleek finish, brush the front of your hair to smooth it down and tuck the excess hair strands behind your ear.
- Space buns can be fun and you can also style these with a lace front wig. Leave half of your down, and style the upper half of your in two buns. You can also leave the front hair strands to accentuate the whole look.
- While working with a wig on, it is important to keep hair out of the way.
3. Styling Your Hair Using Heat Tools
- Dry the wig before heat styling the hair. You can opt for air drying or use a hairdryer in a low heat setting.
- Use a heat protectant to prevent heat damage to the hair. You can brush your hair after applying the heat protectant so that the product is spread evenly.
- You can use a flat iron for a straighter sleek look and you can also create loose waves with the flat iron. A curling iron can be used when you are aiming for tight curls.
Lace front wigs are the best option when it comes to styling your hair and flaunting an all-natural look at the same time. Using the above-mentioned ways to style your wig will help to create the desired look.