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The Ways To Wear Wigs For Long Hair

Feb 16, 2017 7:38:23 PM

As we know, it is easy to wear wigs for those who have short hair. But do you ever have the problem how to wear the wig correctly if you have long wigs? Here I will tell you how to wear wigs with long wigs.


One of the first concerns of long-haired women is that their head might look unnaturally large when they hide their long locks under the wig. But this doesn't have to be the case is they put on the wig properly.


The first thing that you have to do is to brush your hair until it is as smooth and flat as it could possibly get. Then take a piece of elastic and tie your hair in a ponytail right at the nape. Flip the ponytail upwards, making sure the elastic stays at the nape of your neck. Use a couple of bobby pins to secure the hair in place. If your hair is very long, the ends will be hanging down over your face at this point, which is where you should leave it for the moment.


Next, take the wig and stretch the cap over your head starting from the nape. As you stretch the cap, flatten your own hair further until the cap is completely over your head. If you are able to do this without using bobby pins, all the better because the wig cap will be able to lie more flatly against your head.


Now, for those with extra long hair, you will have to part the hanging strands into two. Take the left-hand portion and tuck it in under the wig cap on your right side. Do the same with the remaining portion.


That's all there is to it. If you are able to flatten your hair well, no one will suspect that you are hiding long tresses under your wig and your head will look no bigger than average either.


Adding a trick that you can use is that the basic is to buy a wig the same color as the basic hair. For example, blond hair is a light-colored hat, black hair should be attached to the same dark-colored base. This reduces the risk of becoming so that the base is clearly visible, so that you head looks bigger than it does.

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