The most conventional way to install a lace closure is to sew or glue it on. It’s a smaller, shorter piece than the rest of the extension hair. Beequeenhair brings to you a way to install the lace closure.
Step 1: Preparation
The first thing to do is attach the elastic band to the closure. Make sure that it will fit securely on your head, so that there won’t be any incidents! Also, sew two wig clips to the closure at this point.
It’s important that all of your hair lays flat underneath the wig, so it looks as realistic as possible. Pat the hair down the middle and braid/twist everything up. Used a comb to place a center part in the closure. Place the closure onto the hair (placing it over the part), and make sure it’s in the right place.
Next, take the wig and place it over the hair. It should come as close to the front of your head as possible, so that it can be covered by the hair that falls. Use bobby pins to secure the wig in place, however you can sew wig clips on to the ‘U’ part wig as well.
Once the wig has been secured, readjust the closure accordingly. Place it a little further back from the forehead, so that the natural edges can be seen. This gives off a clean and professional look. Clip down the closure onto the head to secure it. If it seems like the closure doesn’t blend in with the scalp, you can take a little concealer and blend it from the closure to the top of the forehead.
To go an extra step, pull out a SMALL piece of the hair from the front, and blend it with the extension hair. This isn’t necessary, but it’s useful.
Now you can rock your protective style until your next wash day (whenever THAT is!). For more long term maintenance, sew or clip the wig down during the install to prevent any slippage or movement throughout the day.
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