How to turn a 360 wig into a ponytail look?--Arabella Hair

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 360 Lace Wigs: It is just like full lace wig except, for one thing, the lace only covers the perimeter, but all around the perimeter so it can be used in high ponytails.

 

Now let’s start the high ponytail application steps.

 

Stocking cap

 

  1. The flat foundation is essential to get amazing results. So one way to do this is to braid your hair straight back.
  2. Clean your forehead line with alcohol to make sure that there is not anything that will mess up the lace being able to stick up on your forehead with the glue.
  3. Put down the stocking cap, apply the glue on the forehead line.
  4. Now blow-dry it to make it dry completely.
  5. If you want to create a bald scalp look, apply a little foundation on the stocking cap that is matching your skin tone.

Front Side – Natural Looking Hairline Tips

Now it is time to apply the lace wig on the front side.

 

  1. Apply the glue directly on the forehead and smooth it out.
  2. Go ahead, press your lace down after blow-drying it on cool.
  3. Cut the extra part of lace that is on ears and forehead to make it as seamless as possible.
  4. To avoid baby look, cut it in little bit zigzag instead of cutting straight and pluck the front side of wig (hairs) to give it a natural look.
  5. To blend it properly with the skin, add a little bit of hairspray.

Back Side – The Key Point to Make Your Wig Stay in Place when Wearing a High Ponytail

You are done with the front side now, and it is time to apply the backside.

 

  1. Ask someone to pluck the wig from the backside to make it feel like original hairs.
  2. Cut the extra lace.
  3. Apply the glue on the neck, press your lace down and smooth it out.
  4. Blow-drying it on cool.

Now make sure the lace is firmly attached to the head and feel free to make a high ponytail or an updo.

 

Pro tip: You can apply mousse hair spray before making a high ponytail. It will give a soothing effect.

 

Youtube Videos Link 

Hair link:360 lace Jerry Curly 

 


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  • Debbie Roches

    This was awesome. Thank you for sharing


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