A lace front wig is attached by tape or glue. Any of the two could safely grip your lace wig given that it is positioned right; whatever adhesive you like to utilize is up to you. The vital part is to put on the adhesive right so you will not undergo difficulties in stripping the wig off later on. To guard your real hair, use a wig cap and make sure that all the areas where your genuine hair develops are masked. The shade of the wig cap needs to go with the color of your skin for a more undetectable appearance.
The lace base of the wig is glued to your head along the hairline, so you need to check that this section is spotless. Spread a small amount of alcohol in cotton and wipe up your hairline until it is free from flecks. Let the alcohol dry for 30 seconds before using the adhesive.
1. Glue Application
The exclusive glue for lace front wigs is available with a brush but if there is none, you could utilize other tiny brushes. You should apply the glue delicately and in an even way; it needs to be dabbed one inch under your hairline. After you spread the glue, gently place the lace base of the wig on the glued portion. Allow the glue to dry for 15 minutes and the wig would be steadily affixed. You can even use a blower to rush the drying time.
2. Tape Application
This treatment is just like employing glue. Wig tapes commonly come in double-sided rolls. Unpeel the first side of the tape and fasten it under the hairline. As soon as the tapes are in position, Strip off the other side and slowly put the lace base on the adhesives. You have to ensure that lace front wholly meets with the borders of the tape strips. Hold down the lace base for 30 seconds up to 1 minute. It's the same application for the nape but you need to use a mirror to ensure that the process is done correctly.