Attaching to head

Secure your hairpiece with precision and care using several small sewing pins. The ideal locations to pin at are your forehead, temples, and nape of the neck, where just 3-5 pins are necessary. To keep the lace front intact, avoid pinning through it. Brushing out any tangles should be done with a wide tooth comb or wire brush, working from the ends up.


Secure your hairpiece to the mannequin head, detangle and wet the hair in the natural direction, from the crown to the ends. Delicately use a stream of water close to the head to avoid circular motion. For best results, follow these steps.


Gently rinse your hair with an abundance of water, starting at the crown and working downward to the ends. This ensures that every strand is evenly saturated, allowing you to achieve optimal results with every wash. Keep your hair looking beautiful and healthy with simple yet effective haircare techniques.


Preserve your hairstyle with this simple, effective drying method. Dry off excess moisture by patting the piece dry with a towel, or wrapping c carefully in a towel and squeezing from root to tip for maximum efficiency. Keep your style on point with this easy, hassle-free technique.

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