So, you have just seen a post or viewed a video that inspired you to make your own wig… Exciting isn’t it? It is even more exciting to dive in and learn all the techniques used to create a great custom wig. In the beginning stages, most people tend to practice on a convenient Styrofoam wig head. However, once you decide to invest in quality supplies to enhance your learning, it is imperative that you purchase a wig block. Why? Purchasing a wig block is an investment in yourse
Many people have heard of the two types of weaving thread, but rarely understand characteristics of each. Cotton weaving thread has been traditionally sold to use for many weaving techniques including full sew-ins. However, it has been discovered that nylon weaving thread is far superior…. Here’s why: NYLON THREAD FOR WEAVING Nylon thread is strong, durable and moisture-resistant. It has become the thread of choice for most professional stylists and wig makers. Its thin an
Frustrated by your wig sliding? Need to have an easy method to hold your wig in position without glue or assorted adhesives? Explore the new stocking wig caps constructed with a double-sided silicone strip! Offered in natural, black and brown colors. Let us know how the new stocking wig cap has worked for you! Feel free to post methods that you’ve used to secure your wig cap without the use of adhesives. #hairstyle #meltedlace #quickwig #wigliner #complexion #silicone #stylin
Have you worn a hairpiece and realized that it had become challenging to blend it with your natural hair direction mainly because the ventilated hair (in the back) would not remain completely flat? Correct your knotting pattern. Alternate between single and single split knots. Split knot ventilation produces one hair strand with lift, as the other lays flat. Ventilate one row using only single knots, then simply ventilate the subsequent row making use of single split knots.