Full lace human hair wigs are hairpieces designed to cover the entire head and mimic natural growing hair. The hair is hand-tied into a flesh-toned lace material, which, when glued onto the perimeter of the head, will create a natural-looking hairline and hair partings.Full lace human hair wigs can be made with different hair types, such as Indian hair, Chinese hair, Malaysian hair, etc, among which Indian remy hair full lace wigs are most popular. As Indian hair is usually very soft and quite like the European hair.
100% hand-tied lace cap construction of full lace human hair wigs have the natural appearance of scalp wherever the hair is separated and imitates most successfully the natural movement of real hair. They are virtually undetectable and can be worn in a variety of styles including a high ponytail or updo.
The thin base material of full lace human hair wigs which usually be called as lace is what allows the cap to blend and disappear into the skin. For the most blendability, the wig can be made with Swiss lace. This material is delicate but will usually blend well against the skin. French lace is thicker and usually used for the first-time wig wearer. Some wig masters integrate Swiss lace around the hairline and French lace in the rest of the unit, creating a compromise between detectability and durability.
The full lace human hair wig is usually applied with tapes or liquid adhesives, each of which has its own pros and cons. Water-based, liquid adhesives tend to be gentler on the skin and on the wig, but may lose their holding power if subject to water and excessive sweat. Acrylic glues will offer a more secure hold, but may cause outbreaks on sensitive skin. Some wig wearers forgo glues altogether, opting for double-sided tape to adhere a full lace wig
The caring process of full lace human hair wigs is the same as other human hair wigs.
l Gently brush the wig to remove teasing or tangling with a wide tooth comb. When brushing, start at the ends and work your way to the roots.
l Rinse with cool to lukewarm water.( Water should be at room temperature or slightly warmer, never use hot water)
l Distribute wig shampoo evenly throughout the hair using your fingers.
l Gently apply some of the soapy water to the inside of the cap. Do not scrub the cap.
l Rinse with cold to lukewarm water to remove shampoo. Pat gently with a soft towel to remove excess water. Do not wring or squeeze.
l Distribute some conditioner to the damp hair. Avoid the scalp area as the conditioner can loosen the knots.
l Rinse with cold to lukewarm water to remove conditioner. Pat gently with a soft towel to remove excess water. Do not wring or squeeze.
l Gently press with a towel to remove excess water. Place on a folding wig stand and allow to air dry.
l When the wig is completely dry, it is ready to style.