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How To Cut Lace Front To Look Natural

Cutting lace on a lace front wig is a great way to make your wig look natural, but you should deal with lace cautiously and avoid giving away that you are wearing a wig. After all, cutting a lace front wig needs some skills and experience. Now I am going to give you some tips about cutting lace front wigs to look natural.

cut lace around the hairline

Why Should You Cut The Lace?

1)The wig supply factory leaves a large lace area around the hairline and excess lace should be trimmed and customized as you need. Cutting The Lace can melt edge perfectly with real hair, which provides a natural-looking style for the user.

2)Whether you wear any kind of lace wig, it is optimal to Conceal an obvious surplus of lace, in case the wig would be noticeable.

All things you need to prepare: sharp scissors, razor, clips, mannequin head(optional), rat tail comb, Measuring tape.

How To Cut Lace Frontal Like A Pro?

Step 1: Pluck Before You Cut The Lace

Why do you need pluck wigs? Because straight lines in the front of the hairline appear unnatural. Plucking the baby's hair Before Cutting the lace, use tweezers to pull the hair where appear bulky and uneven section that look less natural.

Sometimes, a Pre-plucked wig becomes available as you get a new wig, saving time greatly. Nevertheless, check out the whole appearance with your hairline, and make an effort to pluck until looks good.

Step 2: Decide The Place You Want To Cut Your Lace

Generally speaking, you can cut lace while the wig is on a model's head or your head.

And Place the wig on a wig head is an easy-cutting choice for plenty of beginners. Use T-pins to avoid the wig sliding off from the mannequin head.

Put On And Adjust The Wig Cling to Your Head. The place you should go beyond the natural hairline by a quarter of inches, next, secure the wig with a strap and combs in the back of the wig.

Step 3: Draw Your Cutting Line

To begin, take a measuring tape at the front and middle of the lace of the hairline, next Make a dot about a quarter of an inch above that point and do the same near the ears. and connect each dot with a line.

Step 4. Cut Off Ear Tap

First, clip up the hair, leaving a small tap of the wig over the ear. Next Part the hair with the pointed end of the comb and use a pair of scissors to cut out the C shape of your ear size, Repeat the operation on another side. Which makes the wig flatter when you install it.

Step 5: Cut The Extra Lace Off

Hold the lace tight while making cuts and you don't want to cut over the hairline.

you need to cut and move subtle curves horizontally instead of in a straight motion, so they can look more natural.

Cut lace while close to your hairline without too much lace to show. But not too close to the hairline because the hair will be cut off.

It's optimal to make one in center-parting and two more on each side, and slowly cut each strip of lace along the hairline.

Step 6: Glue Lace Down(Optional Step)

Use glue or adhesive to stick your lace onto your hairline, you can also use gel to lay your lace flat on your head. To ensure that your glue and edges are set down, wrap a silk scarf around your head and wear it for ten to twenty minutes.

Alternative Tips On Cutting Lace You Should Remember:

1. Use tools that suit you best. Many cutting supplies such as scissors, eyebrow razors, or nail-cutting shears. Only ensure all of the tools are sharp to avoid tearing up the lace.

2. Make sure the hair you sectioned out is droopy down when cutting ear tap, which gets the most natural results.

3. A few big hair clips on hand to pull your hair away from your face before cutting lace so that you get smooth and relaxed cuts.

If you get a new lace front wig, you are up for preparing trim lace off the hairline. It's necessary to cut lace seamlessly before installing a human or synthetic hair wig. Get ready to prepare cutting lace frontal wig that would look natural.

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