Posted on by Platimum Brand

So in our opinion this is one of the more skin friendly, and quicker application methods so far and we would say that is is probably the best especially for      Afro-Caribbean hair. Though for this demonstration we will be using a #FullLaceWig which has not had the secure band attached, so you can see the full process. The essentials are:
 
  • Pair of scissors, for this you should use a normal set and not one like to serrated as featured in the post about the Adhesive Method
 
  • An Elastic Band, this should come with the wig, however they can be purchased on Amazon or at your local beauty supply store, we provide them with our wigs though.
 
  • And last but certainly not least you would need your #FullLaceWig
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As you can see below, you should use the Elastic band to measure out the width and radius of the back of your head or Nap area from ear to ear, though do not allow it to fold over your ears as this will cause extreme discomfort
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Once you have correctly gotten the lengths on both sides right, then you will want to cut off the excess of the band,
 
WARNING: Do not stretch the band at all here, stretching it will cause the #FullLaceWig to fit too tight and you will have to to either start all over again, or experience a lot of discomfort, please note below:

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Next you want to correctly position the band on the ear tabs of the #FullLaceWig and ensure that it is positioned in the correct angle to allow for security around your nape area.
20181227_163028.gif
Note:Its best to use a curved weaving needle here, and double noting your sewin. It is important for extra security to sew the middle of the elastic band to the back middle portion of the #FullLaceWig cap section
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BOOM!!.. Now you have a secure unit you are fully allowed to #SLAY
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So in our opinion this is one of the more skin friendly, and quicker application methods so far and we would say that is is probably the best especially for      Afro-Caribbean hair. Though for this demonstration we will be using a #FullLaceWig which has not had the secure band attached, so you can see the full process. The essentials are:
 
  • Pair of scissors, for this you should use a normal set and not one like to serrated as featured in the post about the Adhesive Method
 
  • An Elastic Band, this should come with the wig, however they can be purchased on Amazon or at your local beauty supply store, we provide them with our wigs though.
 
  • And last but certainly not least you would need your #FullLaceWig
    20181227_161831.gif
As you can see below, you should use the Elastic band to measure out the width and radius of the back of your head or Nap area from ear to ear, though do not allow it to fold over your ears as this will cause extreme discomfort
20181227_162120.gif
Once you have correctly gotten the lengths on both sides right, then you will want to cut off the excess of the band,
 
WARNING: Do not stretch the band at all here, stretching it will cause the #FullLaceWig to fit too tight and you will have to to either start all over again, or experience a lot of discomfort, please note below:

20181227_162626.gif

Next you want to correctly position the band on the ear tabs of the #FullLaceWig and ensure that it is positioned in the correct angle to allow for security around your nape area.
20181227_163028.gif
Note:Its best to use a curved weaving needle here, and double noting your sewin. It is important for extra security to sew the middle of the elastic band to the back middle portion of the #FullLaceWig cap section
20181227_163352.gif
BOOM!!.. Now you have a secure unit you are fully allowed to #SLAY
20181227_163600.gif