Our life is always colorful, and we are prone to get tired of many things, such as our hairstyle, but our fast-paced life often forces us not to have much time to take care of our hair. Lace wigs can save us a lot of time in this regard, and the effect is very durable. Lace wigs also make it easy for us to take care of our own hair. If you have the same problem as me, or just want to test your creativity and learn new things, follow the steps I took to create a DIY look.
There are several things you need to prepare:
Your wig of choice
A piece of lace
Some needle and thread
A pair of scissors
And some other materials you might use:
Shampoo and conditioner
2. Bleach the hair net
Before fixing the hair to the hair net, I usually check the net cap to see if the color meets my requirements. If I'm not satisfied and think it's too dark, I can bleach it. Apply bleach on the hair net for 5-15 minutes, then wash off the bleach. The length of bleaching time depends on the color of your hair net. Be careful not to over-bleach.
3. Clean the hair
I usually use shampoo and conditioner to clean the hair. If I don't like the color of the hair, I can dye it immediately after washing. Then dry the hair and use it the next day.
Next is sewing. Sew your hair on the net. The first thing to do is to sew the lace to the front. This is the most important step because making any mistakes in this step can ruin your wig. When you sew lace, be sure to hold one end with a needle, and then sew the other end. After sewing the lace, it's the easiest part to sew the hair! Be careful to start sewing from the bottom, and then go up one by one until you can't see the net.
That's it! You can see the effect. If you want to make the hair look fuller, you can add some clips on the sides and back to achieve the effect. Just clip the clips to the root of the hair! If you choose a wig made of real human hair, you can also dye it to change the style.