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Owning a wig is one of the beautiful things that can make a lady feel confident and in-style like top celebrities. Especially for when you want to quickly get on-the-go, switch up your looks from day to day, or to add some realistic charm to your style like the lace front wig human hair option.

However, as much as it may seem so fun and classy, wearing a lace front wig can also be very frustrating for any beginner. There are instances where you have a wild fantasy of a peculiar look or style, but lack the basic knowledge of wig-wearing. In fact, a lot of ladies hate to admit that they’re still trying to catch up on some wig-wearing processes. So, it has become a popular question you’d find them asking on Google search.

Thankfully, your search has come to an end! Hermosa hair has all the answers to help you stay snatched and trendy.

If you ever find yourself experiencing a wig-wearing struggle, there’s no better means of staying afloat with the application guide.

This article will expose you to the step-by-step process of putting on a wig, and staying current in the game!


For the application process, you’ll need:
• A wig cap
• Your wig hair - whether curly, straight, long, or short.
• A styling brush or comb
• A good hair adhesive
• A styling hair gel
• A mirror
• A makeup powder and foundation
• Then, a wig styling cream. Although, this is optional.


1. Choose the best wig of your choice

Start by selecting the right wig for you. Wigs are like other clothing accessories that’s influenced by individual preferences. A random option can not work best for everyone. There are a few things to consider before making the perfect choice. Things like – the wig style, the length, and the texture quality. These factors will help you determine the exact choice to make. Anyway, Hd lace wigs are always be your first choice, melt to all skin tone well.

2. Prep your natural hair
Follow up by flattening your natural hair into protective weaves, or tying it in a low ponytail for easy management. This will keep your hair strands flattened, and intact. It also makes it easy to hide without causing any hump on the wig.

3. Get your wig cap and place it over your natural hair
You’ll find different colors of wig cap, choose the closest one to your skin tone, as they’re all usually stretchy in texture. Go ahead and deep your both hands into the space, and stretch it out. While at this, try to position it in a way that’ll make it easy to anchor from your forehead. It should be placed right above the eyebrows, then pulled down to cover your whole head.

4. Hide any excess hair sneaking out at the back
You’re certain to have some strands crawling out underneath the wig cap. Ensure to tuck them into the cap, especially if you have a long hair. The idea is to keep all hair under the cap. Mind you, the back of the cap should be dragged to extend the nape of your neck

5. Make a few adjustments with the cap
By now, you should be looking at a vivid shape of your skull in the cap. Proceed to make slight adjustments like pushing the front of your wig cap to settle with your natural hairline, and also ensuring that the sides of the cap are hidden behind your ears. While at that, try to be strict with your hairline limits. If you must reveal any hair, let it be matted. Not some bushy hair strands.

6. Apply a makeup powder that matches the shade of your skin on the cap
This step is very essential for lace frontal wigs. This is because most HD wigs require a front parting, so the application of powder will help create a more natural foundation on that regard. In a case where your wig cap doesn’t match with your skin tone, this step will make the necessary blend.

7. Proceed to wear the wig, starting from the front
At this point, you must have gotten the perfect base for your wig hair. The next thing is to place the wig on your head, going in from the front. This direction is easy as it ensures that you’re maintaining the position of the powder you applied earlier. Mind you, the lace frontal should sit at the front, while the opposite side should rest at the back.

8. Adjust the HD lace wig to take a part position
This step requires you to toggle the lace wig and determine a parting position of your choice. This parting can either be at the middle or on any sides of your head.

9. Secure the edges of the wig
Following the recent trends of lace front wigs and lace closure, you are expected to lay the frontal with heavy duty glue. Apply the right quantity of adhesive and carefully close it down.

10. Meticulously lay the baby hair of the wig
This step is optional, depending on your personal preferences. While some people love to slay their edges in flat curls, some individuals would prefer to flaunt theirs in regular plain edges. Nevertheless, laying baby hairs will help create a more realistic finishing. Be sure to involve a tiny-toothed brush or comb for this process, accompanied by an edge-control hair gel. After laying, tie a simple headband over the edges and let it sit for 30mins while you go on to the next step.

11. Apply a small amount of powder over the parting space
This will help the wig to blend with your exact skin color, without exposing much of its artificial nature. In addition to this, you can extend the powder unto your forehead region, as this will make the knots on the closure invisible.

12. Carefully choose the ideal brush for the hair
The texture of your wig hair will determine the kind of brush that is required. For instance, synthetic fibre texture wig should be paired with a proper metal wig brush, while human hair wigs will strictly demand a normal hair brush. To prevent any damages to the human hair wig, be careful not to mix these brushes by any chance.

13. Brush gently and style the hair to your taste
Now is the time to gently brush through the strands of the hair for a neat look. After brushing, you can put it into any style or curls of your choice . Simply ensure to obtain a smooth body or tail end.

14. Loosen the band over your edges
If you’re a lover of baby hairs, here is the finishing step for the fabulous installation process. The curls beneath the band must have stuck firmly on your skin, so it’s time to unveil those beautiful edges, and flaunt your wig in a realistic way. The result from this process is usually awe-inspiring, so there’s absolutely no reason for you to leave your confidence behind while flaunting your wig!

You don’t have to be a celebrity stylist to achieve a flawless and natural looking wig. To achieve such result, follow any of the methods below:

1. Pluck your wig – Carefully pick the hairs along the hairline with a tweezer, and pluck them out. This gives it a more natural appearance and makes it look as real as a natural hair. You only have to focus on the part near the ear, along the back hairline (for full lace wig), and away from the face.

2. Makeup Blending – As mentioned earlier, the application of makeup powder and foundation will help your wig look real. Gently dab the foundation along the hairline and hair parting, then try to extend it unto your forehead.

3. Bleaching the knots – This is another effective way of making your lace front wig look real. It involves the use of hair bleach, developer, aluminum foil, mixing bowl, gloves, conditioner and neutralizing shampoo. After the process, your lace wig will appear as though it is growing from your scalp.

If you’re still living with the fantasy of stocking up your closet with many wig designs like Lady Gaga or Cardi B, Hermosa’s hair is giving you the license to go wild without the fear of proper installation.

There are many available options of HD lace wigs with trendy cuts, colors, and styles for you to try on. This is just an added reason for you to ignite your fashion desires!

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