Ways To Attach African American Front Lace Wigs To Head
There are some kinds of cap constructions of African American wigs. African American lace front is the most popular of them. Because it look so nature!
So, why do these front lace wigs look so natural? Well, first of all, let it be said that full lace wigs look even more natural than front lace wigs - full lace wigs can be styled in many different ways and even worn up in ponytails without looking like a wig. This is because the hairs of full lace wigs (and front lace wigs) are individually tied to the lace.
In fact, some of the more expensive African American front lace wigs have baby hairs tied into the front of the wig - these are the hairs that we sometimes do not want when we are not wearing a wig, but they are the hairs that, when added, make the wigs look most natural.
There are different ways that a woman can attach an African American front lace wig to her head. First of all, if she has long hair, it should be braided. Shorter hair can simply be placed beneath a wig cap - a wig cap can be a basic knee high with the elastic cut off (in a color similar to your skin tone).
To fully attach the African American front lace wig to her head, a woman can apply a wig-specific liquid adhesive just around the perimeter of her hairline - it should not touch her hair. Some use adhesive tapes (again, specifically designed for use with wigs). These work especially well for women who are bald (because of chemotherapy, etc.) Instead of adhesive, some women may simply clip the wig to their naturally growing hair.