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How to Make Natural Lace Frontal


When you get a wig, especially a lace wig you may get confused about how to make the wig frontal more natural, less synthetic look. So today, we are going to learn some tips to help you have the natural hair pattern texture.
First, you may know that wigs with baby hair can make it look like more natural, wispy and messy, and you don't have to gel it down. When you put on your lace wig and cut the extra lace front, the job to make the natural frontal is on.
You may bring some baby hair from the rim of frontal, and razor it a little bit shorter, but if you wear the Brazilian water wave wig, then you don't have to worry about the baby hair too much, cuz it has been customized, there are already have baby hair all around the frontal, you just have to have that hair a slight trim, make the hair look much thinner.
Then check out your sideburns, if they are too thick, you may also have to razor them, make both sides look like the same, and natural.
Last you may need to use the concealer or liquid foundation or some makeup things to make your hairline flatter your skin tone. You can use a makeup sponge, put some concealer on it, and let the liquid soak up a little bit, and dab it all over the frontal. So that makes the liner come closer to your skin tone. And you also have to make the wig bring out the scalp color.
If you want to save trouble from dealing with frontal, I suggest you can search the wig product on Baisi hair website store, the wig products here are all customized, you don't have to spend time on savvying with the frontal.

P.S. it is guest post, it is not written by me.

Have a nice day,
Lyosha

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  1. I would have never thought about trimming a wig but I can see how it would be useful to make something which looked more like you. Great tips here.

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