Lace front wigs are a popular choice for hair systems because they are useful in styling and imitating real hairline.. The only problem with lace front wigs is that they do require more maintenance. This is not just a case of throwing them away, they need to be carefully installed and secured in order to make them look best.
Relying on glue to fix the front lace wig will cause some problems. If you keep applying glue when the front lace wig is turned up, the glue will accumulate and look hard; it doesn't look good!
Glue can also clog scalp pores, damage hair follicles, lead to thinning and even stop hair growth.If you want healthy natural hair regrowth, this is the last thing you want to do.
Another common problem is that people who wear lace front wigs and use glue may develop an allergic reaction to glue because it often contains latex.
What are the alternatives to glue?
The good news is that there are several good glue alternatives that won't damage your natural hair, and they'll give you just as much security.
Tape for hair systems is a popular choice because it's strong, allows for some natural movement, and isn't as destructive as glue.
But be aware that if you don't want to wear a wig for hours on end, tape may not be the best option. It's strong, which is great, but if you take the wig off regularly, you may find it a little uncomfortable to keep taking the tape off.
A wig comb or clip
Some wigs already come with clips attached, but if you want to make your lace front wig feel more secure, you can easily add some. All you have to do is sew them in.The bobby pins only work if you have some natural hair and you're not wearing a wig cap.They come in different colors and sizes to match the style and color of the wig.
Buy an elastic band and tie it around the back of the wig from ear to ear.This will give you a natural look and a comfortable fit.
We know it can be very painful to lose your hair and we want to help you feel confident and beautiful again.