Bella Long Lace Front Wig
Synthetic vs. Natural
Wigs can get expensive. A good wig made of human hair can set you back anywhere between $400 and $5,000, depending on who is creating it and what type of hair they’re using. Luckily, there are well-made synthetic wigs that cost far less, sometimes under $100, though these are rare and require a lot of research. That said, synthetic wigs often last only a few months, or less if you’re rocking them regularly. But, with proper care, you can use human-hair wigs for a few years.
About this item:
【Hair Material】This lace front wig is made of high quality heat resistant synthetic fiber hair, similar as real human hair, pretty natural and soft, which is suitable for long term use.
【Wig Features】24 inch brown wavy lace wig, Pre-plucked natural hairline and baby hair, large front lace area can be middle parted. No Shedding, No Tangling, No Smell
【Convenience】Lace front wig is easy to wear and take off, washable and manageable, hot iron available. Can be styled, such as half ponytail, classic straight look,will be very cute and lovely
【Perfect for All Occasions】 Lace front wigs will give you the perfect look for daily life, wedding, dating, theme parties, cosplay and any other occasion, and brings you more confidence.
Material Grade: High Temperature Fiber
Wig Color: Brown with Blonde Highlights
Base Material: Swiss Lace/Synthetic Hair Fibers
Fit: Fits True To Size
Color: Ombre Brown to Pink
Style Type: Wavy
What You Get Doll: 1 Lace Front Wig
Model Number: Long Pink Wave Synthetic Hair Wigs for Women Cosplay Colorful Wigs Heat Resistant
More To Know: Synthetic Hair Fiber (Real Hair Will Cost A Lot More), With Proper Care, Wigs Can Be Reused For a Few Years, Hair Is Heat Resistant and Can Be Curled With Curling Iron Or Rollers. Length of Wig Is as Shown In Images.
Styling Tips – By “Allure Magazine”
1. Heat styling
When heat styling human-hair wigs, the tools and products you use are of utmost importance. The last thing you want to do is ruin the hair, especially considering how much of an investment wigs can be. In general, you should use professional thermal styling tools (flatirons and curling wands), preferably with temperature-control dials so you can determine how much heat is being applied to the hair. Additionally, use heat on human hair only when it’s dry, and always use a heat protectant before.
2. Heatless styling
One of the reasons wigs are so fun to wear is the boundless styling possibilities. Two jumbo plaits taken down is a universally flattering hairstyle that’s easy to do. Before braiding your hair, spritz it with water or a lightweight leave-in conditioner, then detangle with your fingers or a wide-tooth comb to remove knots and make it lay flat. This simple process usually takes less than five minutes. If you unravel the braids after they dry (usually in an hour or two), you’ll get big, gorgeous beach waves.
If you want to change up a curly unit without straightening it, you can always “alter the curl pattern by setting the hair on different size flexi rods or perm rods,” hairstylist Ro Morgan says. And always remember to keep those curls hydrated. Ro loves using Bumble and Bumble’s curl collection, Bb. Curl, especially the Bb. Curl Pre-Style/Re-Style Primer. “[It’s] amazing for detangling, defining curls, and refreshing hair once it gets attacked by the humidity.”
3. How to alter a curl pattern
Generally, it’s advisable not to completely straighten a curly wig with type 3 or 4 curls and coils, even if it’s made of human hair, or you can risk permanent texture damage. But there are harmless ways to slightly alter your unit: If you want more volume, grab a wide-tooth comb and gently comb the hair, section by section, from the bottom up, to open each curl until the entire unit gets as big as you desire.
Another way to achieve bigger hair is with two-strand twists. Prep the hair by spritzing liquid leave-in all over, and then section it into 6 to 10 different parts, depending on how much hair you’re working with. Next, twist each section from root to tip while holding it taut. You can set the twists by either blow-drying the entire unit or air-drying it overnight (if you opt for the latter, make sure to wear a bonnet or silk scarf to protect hair and keep the twist in place). Once everything is completely dry, unravel each twist with your fingers — and voilà, you’ll have big, voluminous curls.
If you have a unit with looser curls, (like Brazilian wavy), you can easily straighten your wig with a flatiron (so long as it’s human hair and not synthetic). Just remember to use a heat protectant before applying heat, and flatiron in sections.
4. How to alter straight hair
It’s much easier (and less damaging) to create curls with straight hair than it is to make a curly wig bone-straight. The simplest way to curl straight hair is with a curling iron or curling wand. If you want tighter curls, try a small-barrel iron, and for bigger curls, a large-barrel iron is your best friend. After you section your hair into a few parts, start at the back by wrapping the hair around the barrel while holding the wand face down. As you near the top and sides, change up the direction of the wand, depending on where you want the curl to fall, and be careful not to get too close to your face. Once you’ve gone over the entire unit, back-comb the roots for extra volume. Spritz on holding spray and you’re done.
5. Perfecting the hairline and edges
If your hairline isn’t as thick as you’d like, hairstylist Tym Wallace recommends placing your wigs “a half-inch behind [your] hairline” for a more natural look. Another method, that Deryck swears by, is to use the L’Oréal Paris Magic Root Cover Up for deepening the actual part of the wig. “It’s like a hair contour. It will deepen the part and make sure everyone can see it in photos. A lot of celebrities are doing it now,” he says. It’s also a great technique for covering up any lace knots by your hairline so your unit looks less “wiggy” (i.e., fake) and more like it’s growing out of your scalp.
Ultimately, the key to a flawless installation is maintaining perfectly-manicured edges. “If you have long baby hairs, your wig should probably have them, too,” Deryck stresses. “Mimicking your own edges is one major key to achieving a flawless illusion. It keeps people guessing.”
Important Care Instructions:
1) Wash your wig(s) with sulfate-free shampoo and conditioner
Your own hair benefits from the oils produced by your scalp, but wigs don’t have a natural source of moisture, so you should avoid cleansing them with products that contain harsh detergents. This is where sulfate-free shampoo and conditioners come in: They work as gentle cleansers, so you won’t damage the integrity of the hair.
2) Don’t wash them too much
How often you should be washing your wigs depends on how frequently you wear them. If you wear a wig daily, washing it twice a month is sufficient to ensure hair remains bouncy and fresh-looking for as long as possible. But if you only wear a wig once in a while, a once-a-month wash will suffice. Never wash wigs more than twice in any given month, or you can risk damaging the unit and shortening its lifespan.
3) Keep all wigs on a mannequin head when not in use
Unless your wig is sewn to your head, Deryck suggests getting a mannequin head where you can rest it between wears. This also works as a great way to keep your wig’s hairstyle intact as you get ready to go out. Leave it on the stand, then slip it on before heading out the door.
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Item is returnable, if for any reason you do not love it, you have 30 days to return it from the date you received it.
To be eligible for a return, it must be unused and in the same condition that you received it. Item must be in the original packaging.
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