We like to wear artificial and natural Synthetic Hair. But, if we’re being honest, we’d rather not let the world know when we’re wearing wigs.
The whole point of wearing a Synthetic Hair is to feel as beautiful and confident as a whole natural hair, which is hard to do if you’re worried about strangers whispering, “Is that a wig?” At the grocery store or in line at the bank.
Fortunately, there are a few things you can do to ensure that your wig is your best-kept secret. And, no, it doesn’t just mean going out and buying the most expensive human wig possible.
Buying a high-quality wig can go a long way toward creating a natural look, but if you don’t properly secure, fix, and care for the wig, it can be as unnatural as a $50 faux costume wig.
1. Change your Synthetic Hair regularly
The best way to broadcast to the world while wearing a wig is to wear an old stinky Synthetic Hair.
Unfortunately, no one has yet invented wigs that grow new hair, so we’ve been stuck with wigs, which lose their mass over time. No matter how hard you want it, no wig styling product or hat tweak can save a wig that’s already out of date.
Faux wigs are scheduled to be replaced every three to six months and human wigs every six to 12 months.
2: take root. Color.
Unless your hair is naturally dark, you can’t have only one color.
Most people have shades of color and gradients throughout their hair.
Your designer calls these gradients “dimensions.” We call them “the reason a wig dyed in a single color looks fake.”
Wigs with hair roots, on the other hand, can mimic the natural gradient in biological hair by mixing a variety of colors.
Can’t find a root colored wig you like? Look for a wig that is a “mixture” of two colors, or ask a stylist to provide two shades different from the wig’s base color for the wig’s highlights and lowlights.
3.Always align the wig with the natural hairline
If your wig doesn’t align with your natural hairline, your wig will always look unnatural. That’s why it’s important to take the time to arrange your wigs correctly every time you put them on.
To align the wig correctly with the natural hairline, first place the wig on the forehead above the eyebrows.
Next, slowly slide the wig back on top of the head, adjusting as you go, until the bottom of the wig touches the nape of the next dummy’s neck.
Finally, slide the wig forward a bit until it touches your natural hairline, tighten the strap, and take it off!