How To Pluck And Customize A 360 Lace Front Wigs

A 360 Wigs can be also called as a 360 wig or 360 frontal wig. It is manufactured with a 360 lace frontal which covers perimeter with bundles machine tracks attached. A 360 lace front wig is a circle of lace frontal which can cover your head from one edge to another edge, it covers a circle of your head. The head part is empty. The Remy hair is knotted in to the lace hole by hand.

360 Lace Wig is a new design hair weaves and extensions trend. pre-plucked 360 full lace around the entire perimeter of your head, 360 degrees natural looking hairline. 360 lace wig is like a lace headband only with hair on it.

You will need a 360 Lace Front Wigs, a Styrofoam wig stand, pins, tweezers, and scissors.

Step.1 When your wig arrives, the first thing you need to do is see if it fits. If the wig is too small or too large, you need to replace it. So don’t start plucking before you make sure that you have bought the right size because you won’t be able to return it.

Step.2 If the wig fits and everything looks good, you need thoroughly wash it.

Step.3 Place the 360 wig on a Styrofoam stand and use pins on the lace to pin it down. You want to have it nice and tight so that it doesn’t move.

Step.4 Take a good look at the wig hairline, you will notice that it is pretty dense and that’s what you want to avoid. Start plucking some hairs from one side and work your way to the other. Make sure to use quality tweezers and be careful not to pluck too many hairs. It is best to pluck a little bit at first and see how it looks and if you think that the hairline is still too dense, go back and repeat this steps.

Step.5 Another thing you want to avoid is having a straight line of hair at the hairline. That looks very fake so you also want to break up those lines of hair by plucking. Create a smooth transition. Nobody’s hairline is perfectly straight so you definitely want to avoid that.

Step.6 Decide where you want to part the wig. You can do it in the middle or on the sides. Now go in the parting and pluck some of the hairs there as well. While you’re doing the plucking, try out the wig several times to track your progress and see where you need to pluck some more. And that’s it, now you have a perfectly realistic plucked wig that looks flawless!

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