I always get asked how to get a strong lace wig hold, one that would last up to two weeks. It's really very simple using the Lace Wig Straps. These straps prevents you from having to use adhesive directly on the skin, instead they act as a barrier to protect the skin from irritation caused by adhesives and sometimes by having the lace wig tape applied directly onto the skin as well.
Caring for your wigs is very important because you don't want them to shed, tangle or lose volume, texture or shape. The lace is very delicate and required proper care which includes washing. If the lace wigs are not washed properly or sealed before washing, they will certainly shed. Shedding is a big problem for lace wigs. This is because they are not sealed properly when manufactured. Of course they want the wigs to shed... so we can continue buying more. Well, I've put together some instructions on how to properly wash your wigs to prevent shedding.
The circumference measurement is the most important part of the wig making process. There are also two other important measurements needed in order to make a perfectly fitted cap. Those from ear to ear and front to back. Once you have these three basic measurement it will be very easy to make the wig cap. I have a detailed video on how to make a basic wig cap.
I put together a list of basic supplies that you need to get started with ventilating/wigmaking. These supplies are necessary to have in your collection as they provide all the basics of Wigmaking. Each item below I have bought from Amazon, a few of them come from China and shipping has been very fast, 2 to 3 weeks maximum.