There are many different styles to choose from – three-part, free part, and middle part; however, the free part closure is the most preferable.
Three-part Closure Wig allow you to segment your hair in three different ways, while a middle part closure leaves you with only one style choice. While the two options, as mentioned earlier, give your reservations in styling, on the other hand, the free part closure is the most preferred choice because it gives you the freedom to part your hair in any way you want.
Although Lace Closure Wigs are available on the market, many people try to make their own to make it more personal and cheaper, but you do not know how to make a wig with closure, and that can be taxing.
Here is a guide in making a wig with lace closure:
Measure your head, and around the outline of your head, put the measuring tape and write down your measurements. Use this estimation to buy the perfect-sized wig cap for you.
Bleach the parts of your wig that look unnatural to have a more genuine feel.
a. Follow the instructions on the box of the bleaching kit and mix your bleach.
b. Flip the frontal with the lace side up, brush some bleach on the lace, leave it on for 30 minutes, and then rinse it off.
Using the measurements you wrote down, place the front part at the tip of the Styrofoam head, then mark the center and top part of your ears with a pencil and fasten it in position.
With a loop and pull sewing technique, sew the corner of the lace closure wig cap. Assure that there is no gap in the stitches, and if any bending happens, reposition the wig cap a bit and fix it before continuing.
Secure the wefts at the rear, and before placing the back part, choose whether you want to attach your extensions as a whole or in small-sized portions.
To make sure the thread does not unravel, tie a knot at the end of every string. Sew the first hitch in the weft and within the wig edge to create a hook to fasten it to the cap.
To secure the wefts, make sure to sew them collectively, guaranteeing no spacing is separating them.
At the back of the wig, add a spandex cap to attach it to your head easily. You can also use straps that can be fastened to both sides.
Finally, try on your new closure wig.
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