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How to Apply Human Hair Lace closures

CopyFrom: Author:ALEX DateTime:2016-07-12 Hits:0

Lots of celebrities and stars are enjoying the newest fashion hair accessory that is sure to become a trend buy for women everywhere. What is it? it's the human hair lace closures.Sure!The human hair full lace closures and lace frontal closures, that were first designed for women with severe hair loss due to alopecia areata or chemotherapy, is now available for any lady who wants to update her look or give her own hair a break from styling and over-processing.The wholesale preferential prices of these handy and beautiful human hair lace closures can range from $20to $150 if buy from factory directly and can easily be found online. Some companies offer payment plans for their lace closures, and if you are a fashionista who changes her look as often as her clothes, it is an investment that will save you money over time, as these lace closures can last for years.
The human hair closures are called "lace closures" because it is often made with a French or Swiss lace base that can be custom fitted and then bonded to the head. If you apply the closure just right, it should look completely natural, as if the hair is growing out of your own scalp!
We're going to go over the basic steps to make any lace closures look spectacular--and stay put no matter what you do!
1.Whether you buy a French or Swiss lace closure or lace frontal closure, cutting the lace will be a delicate procedure. Before you begin, place a closure cap (flesh-toned for a realistic look) over your hair and situate the closure. Next, mark where you want the closure to sit on your forehead with something erasable, like a liquid liner. Be careful to gather the hair into a bunch, with a clip or scrunchy so that no stray hairs will be accidentally cut in the process. Once you've secured all stray hairs, start cutting the excess lace around the lace closure to your liking. Beginners should leave at least a half inch of lace all the way around until they get used to shaping their lace. Pros generally cut extremely close to the closures hairline for a more natural look.If you picked the right color lace for your skin type, the lace will disappear upon contact with your skin either way;

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2.The adhesives won't work if your skin is too oily, so to apply the lace closure properly, you must first clean the area around your hairline. Most any alcohol will do, but the best kind is medical grade (99 percent isopropyl). This will strip residue and oils away so the glue or tape works better. You may find applying the alcohol with a Q-tip or cotton ball helps you control the amount you use, which will keep it from running in your eyes.Next, place a store bought scalp protector all around your head where the lace will be applied. The protector can be found in the accessories section of the human hair lace closures website and should be bought, along with adhesives when you want to buy lace closures or lace frontal closures.
3.Applying the adhesive is the most difficult precedure and it may take a newbie quite a few messy tries to get it right. Try not to get frustrated and you will be rewarded with a fierce new hairstyle.The trick is to use an applicator that suits you, like a disposable glue brush or simple Q-tips or makeup applicators.There are two types of adhesive you can use.A. Glue Adhesive--These can vary greatly depending on what you need. For example, white, sweat-resistant glues may be perfect for women who exercise a lot, while other adhesives are better for individuals who like to swim. Be sure you buy a glue that is made for lace systems too, as some more permanent glues can damage them.Once you apply the glue to the desired areas, allow it to dry before placing the unit on your head. If you do not, the lace closure won't secure properly and will slide away from your forehead.B. Tape -Tape adhesives can be convenient and easier to use, and in a few cases, can be placed directly on the unit itself for easier application. Some of them come in rolls, but you may want to buy kits that have strips of the tape, for convenience's sake.Most women will put tape in the back and glue in the front to make application simpler. It is best to use both glue and tape in the back, however, as this will make the bond stronger--particularly important if you wish to wear your lace closure in a high style, like a ponytail or bun.Also, be advised that although some glues claim to work for weeks, most will only last a few days. You may have to keep testing adhesives until you locate the lace closure that works best for you;

4.To apply the lace closure, carefully place it on your head, being sure to keep stray hairs out of the glue (pulling back the hair along the hairline with small clips may help) and press the lace into the glue.When applying the lace closures, try not to use your fingers to secure the lace. Fingers have oils in them that will whiten the adhesive once it dries, making an obvious line of demarcation around the hairline. The best thing to do is to lightly tap the unit down, then grab a rat-tail or other small comb and firmly press the closure down, all the way around, until you are satisfied you've gotten every area.Also, make sure none of the lace is lifting up when you are done. If one area is lifting, use a Q-tip to add an extra dot of glue and then try it again;

5.Once you apply the lace closure on your head, it may be tempting to style and comb it. Don't. Unless stated otherwise, both tape and glue adhesives have to cure for about 24 to 48 hours before any excessive pulling on the hair can occur.If you follow the rules, the lace closure may stay on your head for quite a long time!