One major heads up to having the perfect wig, is your measurements. You need proper head measurements if you don’t have the proper measurements the wig is not going to look right and it will not feel right either. Another starter tip is neatness. It is very important that you make sure that you take your time. Especially, along the edges to get that natural look.
One of the most highlighted parts of your wig no matter what type of texture you decide to use. If it is a full lace front wig, 360 wig, Synthetic wig, or a human hair wig, everyone wants to have either natural looking baby hairs or a natural hair line. One of the best ways to achieve this is by identifying Hair wig density.
How to Start the Perfect Wig
Density is defined as how thick or thin the hair on your lace wig is. The more popular choice is 120% this is a base or an average density which is Medium Thick Density.
We want to make sure that the hairline imitates a natural hairline. Real growing hair, the idea is to go thin at the edges then a gradual go into normal density.
The front should also be finer, just like a real hairline so that, when pressed onto the scalp with adhesive, it becomes hard to tell if it is the wig or the natural hair line.
Natural human hair growth is different for everyone. Below is a Hair density Chart that you can use as a visual guide.
Low Density: is 60% thickness of an average head of hair. Low density on a lace front or full lace wig shows a good amount of forehead.
Medium: This density is the more common type of lace frontal and full lace wigs.
Heavy: This density is 150% This is too much hair for most women Makes the wig look wiggie Not recommended for a person looking for a natural look in a lace front or full lace wig. Like the picture below lol
Remember to have fun with your looks but never lose sight to who you are and where you are going. Remember the wig is just a highlight to who you already are. Some time the wigs will give the confidence of a Super!