The hair is knotted a few strands at a time into the lace creating a very natural appearance that can be parted or styled to your preference. A small amount of lace is left unknotted at the synthetic hair lace wigs line so that the wearer can cut off the excess to follow the contours of their natural hairline and this gives the wig a very natural invisible appearance.
They can come in glueless versions which attach with clips or adhesive versions where the wig is attached by means of synthetic hair lace wigs tape, liquid adhesive or a combination of the two.
The synthetic hair lace wigs is usually attached with the assistance of glues and tapes, which are applied to the front hairline area. Once the glue has dried, the front lace portion of the wig is affixed to the area where the glue has been applied on the hairline, creating a tight bond which keeps the lace wig in place on the head. Some lace wigs also have what is referred to as “baby hair” around the temple areas which is used to cover up any visible signs of lace on the forehead, and the baby hair also helps to create a realistic hairline.
They can last anything from a few weeks to a few years depending on the both the quality of the synthetic hair lace wigs and how they are cared for in terms of washing, conditioning, maintenance.
After you dry your full synthetic hair lace wigs, brush it with a light sprinkle of baking soda. Baking soda acts the same way as the apple cider vinegar by reducing shine. Place a teaspoon of baking soda on the brush and brush through the full lace wigs.
Sprayed too much synthetic hair lace wigs sheen? Forgot to wash the lace wig and now it is too late? Simply brush through with the baking soda for quick and effective results.