What is Virgin Hair Lace front Wigs?

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Virgin hair lace front wigs

means wig made of virgin hair and manufactured with a mesh lace in front. The lace extends outside the hairline and reaches from one ear to the other. The lace is deliberately kept longer than desired when making the wigs. This allows them to be trimmed and fitted so as to create a new, false hairline. Virgin hair lace wigs have the lace on the front part only; therefore they cannot be styled into ponytails. These wigs give the scope for trying out a variety of hairstyles since the lace goes around the back, thereby creating a seamless hair line.

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The glue for front lace wigs is applied on the forehead and the scalp so as to stick the lace to the wearer's skin and create a seamless natural hairline. Since it is in constant contact with the wearer’s skin, the glue chosen should not be irritating to the skin. Virgin hair lace wigs are frequently preferred by celebrities since they are almost impossible to make out and, when properly applied, blend in seamlessly with the natural hairline.

Viring hair human hair wigs allow you to change your look instantly and carefully. Individual strands of human hair are tied onto a lace cap, creating a flawless hairline that looks far more natural than conventional hairpieces. While synthetic wigs are not suitable for home bleaching, units made from 100 percent unprocessed human hair -- known as virgin hair -- can be colored-treated with a little extra care.
1.Purchase a cream -- rather than liquid -- hair bleach for more precise application.

2.Do a strand test following the instructions supplied with your product to check how your wig will respond to the bleach. Apply the bleach to a few hidden strands of wig hair and note the final color result and the optimum development time.

3.Divide the wig hair into a number of sections. Twist and secure the hair in each section with section clips. The sections will help you apply the bleach in an orderly way for more even coverage and no missed bits.

4.Mix up the bleach and developing solution as directed and transfer the mixture to a plastic bowl.

5.Let down one section of hair and paint on the peroxide mixture using a plastic brush with nylon bristles, working on small segments of hair at a time. Completely coat the wig hair from roots to tips, being careful to avoid getting the mixture on the delicate lace.

6.Comb the wig with a wide tooth plastic comb to ensure the bleach is distributed evenly throughout the wig hair.

7.Leave the bleach on the wig for the amount of time indicated by your strand test.

8.Wet the wig with warm water and gently stroke a moisturizing oil-free shampoo through the wig hair. Rinse out the dye and shampoo with warm water.

9.Apply a deep conditioning treatment to the wig. Leave to work for a few minutes and rinse out with clear water.

10.Blot the wig with a towel to remove excess moisture and allow it to dry naturally.