The difference between a Lace wig and a conventional wig is in the wig cap constructions. Lace wig utilizes a lace on the front of the wig cap or lace on whole cap that gives the appearance of a natural hairline and natural scalp, while the conventional wigs don't have the natural hairline. Most popular lace wigs can be purchased in two styles now, "Lace Front Wig" and "Full Lace Wig". The lace front wig includes a natural hairline in the front and sides on temples of the wig only, which means if you pull the hair up in a ponytail, everyone can tell you are wearing a wig. The full lace wig includes lace on whole cap of the wig, which allows you to pull your hair up and style it however you choose. If you have a Lace Front wig, you can style it just as you would your regular hair provided if it is made of human hair.
Things You'll Need:
Wide toothed comb,
1.Make sure that the lace front wig is made of 100 percent human hair instead of synthetic fibers, since the heat will cause the synthetic fibers to melt. When you purchase your lace wig, check whether or not it is Human Hair wig.
2.Place your lace front wig onto your head or onto a mannequin head, whichever you choose.
3.Turn the heat setting of your curling iron to "Medium" or "Medium-High" to get a great curl,we suggest you purchase from supplier directly if you want small curl.
4.Begin curling your lace front wig by wrapping the hair of the wig around the barrel of the curling iron. If you like, you can apply hair gel or spritz to your curls to make them more defined. Continue curling until all of the hair on the lace wig has been curled correctly.
5.Don't pull the hair with the curling iron, especially in the front and side areas where the lace is located. This is because the lace is very delicate and extra pulling will cause it to tear or fray or relax the knots.
6.Comb and style your lace front wig as desired after curling is finished. Spray your finished style with an "Oil Sheen" to add luster to your lace front wig hair.
Curling synthetic lace front wig:
1.Place your lace wig onto your head or onto a mannequin bust, whichever you choose.
2.Use a wide tooth comb to begin parting your lace wig into small sections. A wide tooth comb is recommended because a narrow tooth comb can pull and stretch the synthetic fibers of the wig causing it to look worn and frizzy.
3.Spray each section of the lace wig with hair spritz to help define your curls. Roll each section of the lace wig with hair rollers while the hair strands are still wet from the spritz. Be sure to wrap the rollers in roller paper before putting the rollers.
4.Sit for 30 to 45 minutes underneath a blow dryer that has been set to it's lowest heat setting. This will give the curls of the lace front wig time to "Set" from the spritz that was sprayed onto it. Remove the rollers once the setting has finished.
5.Comb and style your synthetic lace front wig as desired after curling. Spray your finished style with an "Oil Sheen" to add luster to your lace front wig fibres.