The full lace wigs are the latest hottest hair replacement wigs that are typically created from original human hair or from a delicate and transparent lace material. They look exactly like the natural human hair and can easily go well with the color of the scalp, giving a natural-looking hairline. The main advantage of full lace wigs is that they are virtually imperceptible even to a prying eye. These wigs are very comfortable to wear and do not allow moisture and heat buildup and so the wearer can use these wigs continuously for up to six weeks without taking them off.

There are many methods to fix the full lace wigs, such as liquid adhesive method, tape adhesive method, and a combination of these two methods. It is up to you to choose a best adhesive method according to the type of your hair loss and your individual life style. Sometimes, the wigs may need to be trimmed in order to exactly fit your forehead and hairline and you can do it either by yourself or with the help of your hairstylist. Also, make sure before applying the wig that the surface of your hair is soft and tight and the scalp skin is clean and free of oil residue. Use a scalp protector or Isopropyl Alcohol 99% to clean your scalp area. Never use cotton or cotton swabs to clean the scalp as cotton can sometimes leave strands of fiber on your hairline.

How to Install Full Lace Wigs with Liquid Adhesive: Firstly, read the instructions of the manufacturer carefully and ensure that you have all the necessary items needed for applying the wig. Put your natural hair into a braid or ponytail or wrap or pin-curl it for the smooth fixing of the wig. If you want, you can wear a wig cap over your hair to protect it against the liquid adhesive. Place your full lace wig on your head and using an eyebrow pencil mark the outline of the wig hairline on your forehead. Typically, extended wear bonding adhesives, such as Endura Bond and Ultra Hold Adhesive, are used to fix full lace wigs to the head.

With Your finger or a smooth makeup stick or brush, apply a coat of bonding agent along the border of your hairline. Do not forget to lower your chin to the chest while putting the adhesive on the nape part of your neck. If necessary, apply another coat of adhesive to your nape area to firmly secure the wig in place. Wait for sometime to allow the adhesive to completely dry. Secure the wig hair with a tight elastic hair band or hair clip and carefully put the lace of the full lace wig on the marked line on your forehead. Then, comb the baby hair back with a small comb and press the wig down firmly onto the adhesive around the perimeter of your head. Be careful to keep the wig from getting wet and avoid intense perspiration for at least 24-48 hours.

How to Remove Full Lace Wigs with Liquid Adhesive: Brush your full lace wig hair up to the crown part of the head and secure it with a pin or band. Spread a lace wig adhesive remover over the wig hairline until the hairline is soaked with the remover.. While applying the remover, be careful not to squirt it on your face. Softly and slowly lift up the wig lace from the skin. Begin from where you fist started applying the adhesive.

How to Attach Full Lace wigs with A Tape: Prepare and clean the head and the hair as mentioned above. The double-sided tapes are the best adhesives to be used for attaching a full lace wig. Cut the tape into needed lengths and place the cut strips of the tape around the perimeter of hairline. Make sure to leave little open spaces between the adhesive pieces to allow the moisture to go out. Place the lace of the wig around the hairline and press the wig onto the tape with your fingers. You should start with the front part of your forehead and then move to the sides. When you are fitting the wig on your nape area, remember to down the chin to your chest. After fully attaching the wig, cover your head with a scarf to facilitate the fixing of wig.