Blend those baby hairs for a natural look!

Having baby hairs on your wig is a simple way to make your style look more natural and believable.

The trick is to make the baby hairs look as natural as possible and not to have them too exaggerated. Try to make them look like your own baby hairs.

Avoid things like really long baby hairs as this looks unrealistic. Shorten your baby hairs with a hair razor of hair scissors and do not cut the hair bluntly.

Only pull out the baby hairs in certain areas around the perimeter of the wig in little sections to create a natural hairline.

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Try plucking a few strands of hair here and there to make the hairline a bit more sparse. Most of the time, baby hairs are not very thick and grouped together around the hairline, but rather lightly spread out.

If you like, you can also leave out some of your own baby hairs for a more seamless and natural look, but this is optional.


Finally, you can choose to lay the baby hairs down with gel, the Got2b glued gel by Schwarzkopf is a very popular choice and is good for keeping your wig in place because of its strong hold. You can smooth out the hairs using a fresh toothbrush, boar brush, fine toothed comb or your fingers.

Need to remove your wig, but don’t have adhesive remover? Try Olive Oil

Removing full lace wigs can be a tricky and fiddly job, one that requires a bit of time and patience.

If you’ve ever used adhesive to secure your wig, you know of all the products needed to maintain its style and the products needed to remove the wig.

If you’re tired of using alcohol based adhesive removers, or you’ve simply run out, why not try using olive oil instead?

This method is affordable and does not involve use of any harsh chemicals which is a bonus. The olive oil also works well in removing any left over adhesive that remains on the skin after removing the wig.

You can apply the olive oil to the areas of adhesive on the lace with your hands or by using a spray bottle. After allowing the olive oil to set for a few minutes or so, gently begin to lift parts of the lace up bit by bit, ensuring that you’re not too forceful, avoiding damage to the lace.

Please be sure to leave a comment if you try this method out and it works for you, or if you have any other useful tips.