1.What is a full lace wig?
A: A full lace wig is a type of wig that is constructed with a sheer lace base that covers the entire head. The lace is usually made of a fine, transparent material that is virtually invisible when properly applied to the scalp. Full lace wigs are versatile and allow for a high degree of customization and styling options, such as parting the hair in any direction and styling the hair off the face.
Compared to a front lace wig, which only has lace at the front hairline, a full lace wig has lace all over the head, which allows for a more natural-looking hairline and greater flexibility in styling.
2.How long does it take to install the wig?
A: The Wig can be installed under 15 minutes, making it a quick and hassle-free option.
3.What material is this wig made with?
A: This braided wig is made with premium Japanese synthetic fiber, which is silky, neat, and has no smell. It is lightweight, smooth, tight, and very soft, with a long lifespan.
4.What’s the difference between double full lace and hand tied full lace?
A: Double full lace wigs have two layers of lace, while hand-tied full lace wigs are constructed by hand tying each individual hair onto the lace cap, resulting in a more natural look.
5.How often should I wash the wig?
A: It is recommended to wash the braided wig every 7-14 days or as needed, depending on how often it is worn.
6.How to wash the wig?
A: Follow these steps:
Fill a sink or basin with lukewarm water and add a small amount of gentle shampoo. Swirl the water to create suds.
Gently immerse the wig in the water and use your fingers to distribute the shampoo evenly throughout the hair. Avoid rubbing or scrubbing the hair, as this can cause tangling.
Rinse the wig thoroughly with lukewarm water, being careful not to twist or wring the hair.
Apply a small amount of conditioner to the hair, focusing on the ends. Leave the conditioner on for a few minutes, then rinse thoroughly with lukewarm water.
Gently blot the wig with a towel to remove excess water. Do not rub or wring the hair.
Place the wig on a wig stand or mannequin head and allow it to air dry completely. Avoid using heat styling tools or exposing the wig to direct sunlight while it is wet.
It is recommended to use a wide-tooth comb or wig brush to detangle the hair gently, starting from the ends and working your way up to the roots.
7.How is a hand-tied wig different from a machine-made wig?
A: A hand-tied wig is constructed by hand tying each individual hair onto the lace cap, resulting in a more natural look. The hand-tied process allows for greater flexibility and movement in the hair, which can help the wig conform to the shape of the wearer's head and offer a more comfortable fit. Hand-tied wigs also tend to be lighter in weight and offer better ventilation and breathability, which can help prevent discomfort and irritation on the scalp.
In contrast, machine-made wigs are constructed by a machine and may have a less natural look due to the uniformity of the hair strands. They are typically more affordable than hand-tied wigs, but may not offer the same level of comfort, flexibility, and natural-looking results.
8.Can I add accessories to knotless braids without damaging the wig?
A: Yes. You can add accessories to the wig, but it is important to do so carefully to avoid damaging the wig. Consult with a professional stylist who has experience working with wigs and use high-quality, gentle methods for attaching and styling the accessories to avoid damaging the wig.