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Tips on Removing Lace Front Wigs







     If you have spent money to buy one the lace front wigs or the full lace wigs then you wouldn’t want to have it ruined by handling it carelessly. In order to make sure that your human hair wigs stand the test of time and save you repeated trips to your hair stylist, remove your wig carefully after each use and store it in a proper manner. Your skin too will be all the better for it.

Never ever pull the lace front wigs directly off your head. A lot of people want to rush through the process forgetting about the removal sprays and just pull off the full lace wigs if they begin to lift. The lace front wig is secured to the front of the head with adhesive while the full lace wig uses adhesive around the whole circumference. The adhesive is required to be taken off very gently without harming the wig or the skin and one must make sure that all adhesive has been removed so that it is ready for the next application. If any adhesive is left behind on the wig, then it could prevent proper adhesion the next time you want to wear the wig and could even spoil the lace seam.

Yet another common mistake people make while wearing the lace front wigs or the full lace wigs is that they rub too much and use abrasive materials like paper towels or cotton wool to apply the adhesive remover. Such materials can spoil the delicate lace edging of the cheap lace wigs and also be rough on the skin due to the rubbing motion back and forth.

I will describe here how you should go about removing your curly wig, straight wig or any other kind of lace front wigs or full lace wigs that you might possess. First clip back all the hair from your human hair wig away from your face. You will now not only get a good view of the lace seam but also make sure that the adhesive remover you use does not come in contact with your wig hair. You can either use an alcohol based adhesive remover or one that is oil based. The former dries the skin and can cause irritation to people with dry skin but do not leave any residue behind. The oil based adhesive remover needs to be washed off completely after the wig is removed or else you will have problems when it comes to application of the wig the next time round.

Use a cotton bud which has been dipped in the adhesive remover and apply it along the edge of the lace seam. After a few minutes, you will find that you can see the seam peeling away from your face of its own accord. Once this happens, apply some more adhesive remover on the underneath of the seam making sure that all the edges are done. After a while gently remove the lace seam of the lace front wigs or full lace wigs away from your face methodically and gently from one side to the other.






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