How to wear wigs with locs

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Wigs can be fun and exciting, but they can also be tricky to wear. Depending on the type of wig that you have, it may not sit right on your head or even stay there at all. Today we're going to show you how to properly adjust and wear a lace front wig so that it looks natural and beau

How to wear wigs with locs

Introduction

Wigs can be fun and exciting, but they can also be tricky to wear. Depending on the type of wig that you have, it may not sit right on your head or even stay there at all. Today we're going to show you how to properly adjust and wear a lace front wig so that it looks natural and beautiful. We'll start with some tips for setting your wig up before moving on to how you can make adjustments once it's on your head!

Setting Your Lace Front Wig

Setting your lace front wig is the first step to wearing a lace front wig. A good fit will allow you to wear your wig securely and comfortably for long periods of time. The lace part of the wig cap should be placed at the nape of your neck, where it will hide your natural hairline and blend in with your locs. You can also use a wig cap as an alternative way to style your natural hair by using it overtop as an accessory!

Expose your natural hairline.

Pull your hair back.

Use a wig cap to keep your natural hair from getting tangled in the wig.

Smooth out any flyaways with a brush before applying the wig cap.

Line up the front of your wig with your hairline.

Place the wig on your head.

Hold the wig in place with your hands, making sure it’s placed so that all of the hair falls just above where you would normally wear your locs to fall when they are down.

Check in a mirror to see if any adjustments need to be made by moving the wig forward or backward on your head until you have it perfectly centered and balanced over every strand of locs beneath it—just like when you are wearing them down!

Line the bottom edge of the wig up with your natural hairline.

Line the bottom edge of the wig up with your natural hairline.

This is an easy step, but it can be tricky if you're not used to putting on wigs. It's crucial that you make sure that the bottom edge of your wig aligns perfectly with the hairline at the back of your head and neck; this will help keep it from looking unnatural or fake. For most women, this means lining up your left side along their locs (since most women are right-handed), because they'll hold their wigs in their right hand while they put them on and style them with their left hand. If you don't match up properly when positioning your wig, it will look like there's a gap between where your locs end and where your wig begins—and nobody wants that!

Use a ponytail to hold back long hair.

Use a wig cap to secure the wig to your head.

Use a wig net to secure the wig to your head.

Use a wig liner to secure the wig to your head.

Adjust your wig cap to keep the wig in place.

To keep your wig in place and prevent it from pulling at your locs, you’ll want to ensure that the wig cap is fitted properly.1

To do this:

Adjust the wig cap to fit your head. If you have a small head, try a size small or medium; if you have a large head, try a size large or extra-large.2

Use a wig cap that is the right length for your head. If you have long hair, consider getting one where some of the length reaches past where it would be when wearing locs; this will help cover any gaps between your own hairline and where your wig ends after being tied up in plaits (see below).3

If you're looking to change it up you can transform your look with wigs.

Wigs are a great way to change your look. If you’re looking to change it up you can transform your look with wigs. Wigs are a great way to cover up hair loss, change your hairstyle and colors!

Conclusion

We hope this article helped you get started on your new look! If you have any other questions about wigs or how to wear wigs with locs, feel free to reach out. Learn more cilck coslour.com

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