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How to appy lace closures and lace frontals:
(1) Before you cut the lace, Make sure your lace closure unit fits, by first trying it on with a wig /stocking cap!
(2) prepare your hair by preparing a flat surface on which your unit will sit. You can either braid,wrap, or cornrow your hair straight back or in a bee hive. A wig or stocking cap may also be used to achieve the desired effect. Cleanse your skin with soap and water to remove excess oil and dirt,as this may hinder the effectiveness of your chosen adhesive. Then use 91-99% alcohol or astringent to further clean the application area. Which is the circumference of your head. Next apply a skin protectant which creates a barrier between your skin and the adhesive, and also helps with cohesiveness.
(3) Position the lace closure or frontal on your head to evaluate where you would like to place your hairline. The goal is to determine where your hairline will look most natural. You may use a light colored eyeliner pencil to lightly mark your hairline. This is where you will position you lace closure or frontal when applying.
(4) Gradually start to cut back the excess lace, making sure to leave just enough lace on which to apply your adhesive, which will ensure a secure bond. The goal is to outline your hair line. Cut small amounts at a time to allow for error.
(5) After you've cut back the excess lace to outline your hairline, Begin applying a small amount of adhesive directly to your hairline. Use light layers of adhesive about 2-3 allowing each layer to dry for about 5-10 minutes before applying the next. Use only a small amount at a time. If you are using tape, apply tape directly to the unit. When applying directly onto your unit allow enough time for the adhesive to dry to prevent bleed thru of the adhesive to the other side. You may want to consider applying a light layer in combination with tape at the nape (back) of your unit for a tight hold. That area can be troublesome, and using a glue to glue method works well especially at the nape.
(6) After you've allowed your adhesive to cure (dry) for at least 10 minutes, or until it feels tacky,position your unit to line up with the markings you’ve made using your pencil. Keep baby hairs pulled back from glue using hair clips. Next gently press the front top of your wig onto the thin line of adhesive making sure the edges line up with your hairline completely covering the thin line of adhesive. Press firmly with a fine tooth comb or your hand covered by a stocking cap for about 30-45 seconds. Go around the entire perimeter of your head using this same method until completely secured. Use your fine tooth comb to brush back any baby hairs that may get Caught in your adhesive. Keep your 99% alcohol available to make adjustments, or comb out any glue that may have stuck to the hair during the application. Also use your alcohol to clean up any excess adhesive.
(7) After you've completed your application, your should tie down the perimeter using the pocket bonnet offered on our products page or scarf for about 30 minutes. This will help your application to completely dry and remain secure. The finished result should look completely natural, as if the hair is growing from your scalp. Remember to be patient. Take your time. The more you practice the better you'll get. The results are worth it, and so are you!
NOTE: After you shower or work out you may feel as though your adhesive as weakened. Don't despair the unit is still attached. The glue has just softened due to heat and moisture. Let your unit sit undisturbed as your body tempurature cools down your adhesive will harden again.
How to remove your lace closures or frontals:

(1) First, pull your hair into a high ponytail.
(2) Next using your remover spray around the perimeter of the unit using a cotton ball to remove the excess. Allow your remover to sit for about 5-10 minutes while gentle massaging the remover into the adhesive around your hairline. Apply as much as needed to soften the bond while gently rubbing to loosen the hold.
(3) After you feel the bond starting to loosen, carefully and gently begin to lift and remove the lace closure or lace frontal unit,taking care not to pull your natural hair. If you have a stubborn spot, apply more solvent to the area.
Please be patient during this process as to not damage your hair, or the delicate lace.
(4) After you remove your ultimate wig you may have some residue left on the unit. You may use alcohol as well as solvent to remove the residue, and may also use a mirror or glass. Slide your lace closure or frontal unit on the mirror or glass to help remove the build up.
How should I care for my lace closure?

It is advised that if you plan on wearing lace closures or lace frontals as a lifestyle you should have more than one, as to not put undue stress on your only unit. When not in use you should store your lace closure or lace frontal unit on a wig stand or mannequin head so that it keeps it's shape. You should remove and clean your lace closure at least after
every 10-14 days of use. Excessive use of products may cause product build up. This may cause your hair to not be as manageable. It's true what they say, a little goes a long way.

Maintenance of your lace closures and lace frontal hairpieces:

Brush or comb hair gently using your loop brush or wide tooth comb. Apply your Ionix or Silicon Mix hair care products as directed making sure to wash your hair in a down ward motion, working shampoo from the top down in one motion. Do not massage hair in a bundle. Rinse thoroughly. Repeat. Apply conditioner and start to comb hair from the ends up to the roots, being careful not to saturate the knots. Rinse thoroughly. Place on a flat surface on a towel, and allow to dry naturally.
If using a professional bonnet dryer, place your eclacehair wig on a wig head to keep it's shape.
Dry on a warm setting.

How to attach hair weaves and hair extensions:
Hair weaves and and sew-in hair extensions are used at the end of the gluing process. They blur any obvious difference between glue-in lace closures .hair weaves are always placed at the crown of the head after lace closures or lace frontal are glued-in for a uniform whole head of hair look. The lace that closure hair is attached to is flesh-toned, giving the appearance of a natural growth of hair from the top of the scalp. Due to the infusion of weave hair with scalp hair required for sew-ins, separate hair weave are not necessary. Without lace closures however, hair weaves to sit on top of scalp hair for an incomplete hairstyle and an unnatural look.
Things You Need to prepare in advance:
Comb,Hair piece top closures,Sewing needle

1.Create cornrows in your natural hair. Comb the hair straight back and start creating small braids from the front to the back of the head. The braids should be small and lay flat on your head.
Create a removable weave cap. Gluing hair wefts and hair extensions onto a cap prevents the glue from pulling at your hair upon removal -- and decreases the chances of allergic skin reactions.

2.Leave the top of the head open when sewing in the hair extensions. This is where the hair top lace closures will be sewn in.
Put a weave cap onto a wig head, so that you can ensure that the hair is being glued-on evenly. As the hair is glued on the cap, so it will appear on your head.
3.Place the top lace closure on top of head. It should stretch over the top of the crown on the head.
Apply a thin layer of glue to the edge of your hair weaves. Thick glue can stain the hair weave.
4.Use a sewing needle and thread to start sewing the hair weaves or hair extensions to the cornrows on top of your head. Sew in and out of the cornrow braids and through the hair closure. Slowly make a circle until you get to the center of the closure.
Apply the hair weaves to the cap from left to right -- beginning at the nape of the neck -- and move up. Cut off the ends of the hair weave that extend past the hairline, until you get to the level of the ears. Layer the wefts close together to prevent gaps
5.Knot the thread off and cut it off. Gently comb through the closure and part it as you desire.

6.Glue the hair in a circular fashion from the left ear to the right ear around the forehead to the left temple. This will ensure a layer of hair will be in front of your closure, so the closure hair will have some hair to blend into at the front of your head.

7.Glue subsequent hair weaves in a semi-circular fashion. Glue these wefts up to the temple so the forehead hair does not appear too thick. Leave a circle about the size of your closure at the top of the cap bare.

8.Squirt or drizzle a thin layer of glue to the bare circle at the top of your cap. Apply your closure. The closure hair will blend with the glued hair wefts for a natural looking scalp effect.
Daily Maintenance

Brush with loop brush or wide tooth comb to style. Finish by using a good ceramic straightening iron or blow dry straight with a hand dryer and round bristle brush. Use Biosilk or other light product for softness and shine. (do not use high heat)SLEEP Before going to bed, braid your hair into one loose large braid at the back of the neck. Use your satin or pocket bonnet to protect your hair while you sleep. After waking up, undo the braid and comb through from ends to roots. Style as directed above.


Use a spray bottle with water. You can add a small amount of leave in conditioner to the bottle or
the Ionix daily maintenance product, spray hair until damp. Comb through from the ends up towards the roots. Use your finger to gently scrunch hair for body and to define your wave. Let your hair dry naturally. For extra volume and speed in drying, use a diffuser on a hand dryer. For a deep wave effect, set the hair in size 40mm rollers, dry under hood dryer. (do not use high heat) When completely dry, removes all rollers and comb or finger into deep waves.SLEEP Before going to bed, braid your hair into one loose large braid at the back of the neck. Use your satin or pocket bonnet to protect your hair while you sleep After waking up, undo the braid, and comb through from ends to roots. Style as directed above.

Do not use heavy oil products on your Curls. Biosilk or similar product works well. Heavy oil products will keep the hair in a wet condition and can cause matting. When compressed during sleep, do not brush or comb the hair in its dry state. The curls will become wavy when compressed , this may naturally cause some tangle at the ends.

Using a spray bottle with water, spray hair until damp. Comb through from the ends up towards the roots. Use Biosilk, Silicon mix, or similar product for shine and to smooth curls. Scrunch hair upwards to reform the curl. Let your hair dry naturally. For extra volume and speed in drying, use a diffuser on a hand dryer. (do not use high heat)SLEEP Before going to bed, braid your hair into one loose large braid at the back of the neck. Use your satin or pocket bonnet to protect your hair while you sleep. After waking up, undo the braid. Style as directed above.