What you'll Need To Install a 13x4 Lace Frontal Wig

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  1. One of the things we hate the most about a 13x4 Lace Wig install is seeing that it’s a wig. We want persons to think, wow, you’re actually wearing a wig! So, one of the best types of wig to achieve this look is a 13x4 Lace Frontal.

    But first, what is a lace frontal wig?
    What is a lace frontal wig?
    There are different types of lace wigs – full lace, lace caps, front lace wigs. A 13x4 Lace Front Wigs is a wig that has sheer lace along the front area of the wig. This lace rests on your forehead and along your hairline. The reason for this is to give you a natural-looking hairline, so it’s not readily evident that you’re wearing a wig.

    For example, if you look at the 13x4 Lace Frontal Wig, you’ll see the lace hanging over the front of our mannequin’s forehead.

    Now, not to worry. We’ll explain how to adjust the excess lace at the front of the wig to ensure it fits you.

    What you’ll need to install a lace frontal wig
    Braid your hair into cornrows.
    Put on your wig cap, ensuring to tuck all your hair into the cap. This helps to keep your hair flattened as well as keep the wig in place.
    Clean the skin around your edges and make sure to clear any excess oils at your hair scalp. Alcohol can help with that.
    Put the lace front wig on and line it up properly with your hairline. You want to make sure it fits perfectly and looks as natural as possible. Make sure the elastic band sits behind your ears and tighten or loosen as necessary.
    Clip back the hair and trim the excess lace at the front. You can trim the lace while the wig is on your head to get a better line up with your hairline. Or you can remove and trim, whichever way you’re most comfortable with.
    Apply your hair freeze spray along your hairline/edge of the wig, and then blow-dry the area. Do it in sections.
    Run a comb or brush through the hair. Style to your liking, whether that means styling your baby hairs and flat iron or curl as you like.

    I hope you have found this guide useful. If you need any more help just let us know either by visit www.mslynnhair.com
     

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