Here are some tips that will help you form the strongest, most secure bond possible. Use thin coats of liquid adhesive when applying it. Use a brush to paint in both horizontal and vertical directions. Apply thin coats of adhesive to get more adhesion. However, the previous coat must dry completely before you apply the next coat.
Do not apply liquid bonds directly on lace systems. Instead, apply the liquid bond to your scalp, then place it on top of your head. Before attaching your headband wigs, clean your scalp with a skin shield. A skin shield protects the skin from irritation and enhances the effectiveness of skin-safe adhesives or liquids.
Showering or exercising
Makeup and airborne dust will stick to the adhesive at the edges and front of the lace units and can become visible over time. This area is easiest to clean right after a shower, as the adhesive on the hairpiece is flexible. Apply a generous amount of Adjust-a-Bond to the tip of a folded double-folded tissue. You can hold your hair back and use the saturated tissue to wipe the edges of your lace. Can cause the bond to your full lace wig to appear weaker.
Tips and tricks to avoid shedder. Here are some helpful tips to prevent excessive shedding. Light shedding is normal. However, your headband wig shouldn’t shed more than your hair. Do not use any hair products containing a high amount of alcohol (like hair sprays, spritzes, etc.) directly on your headband wig. These products can damage hair and cause excessive shed.
To avoid your hair getting tangled up while you’re sleeping, braid it up or put it in a ponytail. In addition, it is best to wrap a scarf around the head or wear a hair cap while you sleep. (See below: Tips and Tricks to Avoid Damages While Sleeping). This will protect your headband wig’s hair from shedding and breakage.
Protect Your Headband
Remember that chlorine and saltwater can cause hair damage when swimming with a headband wig. Swim caps should be worn, or your headband wig washed after every swim session. Your full lace wig should never be allowed to retain chlorine or saltwater. This will cause irreversible damage.
After each wash, seal the knots on your headband wig cap with a knot sealer. This will strengthen each hair strand’s knots and protect your headband wig against excessive shedding. Tips & Tricks for Curly, Deep Wave, and Wavy Styles Below is a moisturizer tip to use with Headband wigs in a Curly, Deep Wave or Wavy Style.
Rinse your full lace wig thoroughly and wash it gently. Then spray the wig with 1/4 Dove Moisturizing Conditioner and 1/4 Glycerin. Use a loop brush to shape the wig. You can cover your entire lace wig using a hair net and dry it on top of ahead. After it is dry, spray the above mixture lightly on your wig and allow it to dry. This will give your curls or waves a natural bounce and shine. 1/3 Sun silk Captivating Curls Lotion with 1/3 of glycerin, 1/3 of plain water and 1/3 of the mixture. Tips and tricks for a long-lasting headband wig
Superior to a Regular Wig
Understanding that your headband lace wig is made from human hair about four years old is the key to proper lace wig maintenance and care. One year equals 6 inches, as hair grows an average of a half-inch per moist. Since an average unit is made from 24 inches of hair, this means that your hair has been exposed to the elements for at least four years. Therefore, maintenance and care will become your hair’s life support once it has been removed from its nutrient source to make your headband wig.
To properly care for your full lace wig, you will need five main tools: Shampoo, Conditioner and a rake. You also need your pillowcase, hair wrap, and a pillowcase. These are the five key players, but not all options can be used equally. A good rule of thumb is to buy shampoo that costs $10.00 to $20.00 per 8.5 oz for shampoo and conditioner. These are the two most essential items to protect hair’s natural oils and are worth investing in.