How to Remove Lace Front Wigs Without Damaging Your Hair
Do you know how to remove the full front wigs from the cord and cord without bringing any damage to your skin and hairpiece?
2 Most Common Mistakes When Removing Lace Wigs
- Pulling the lace wig straight from his head. By removing the lace front wigs, people can forget the removal sprays and peel the hair piece directly from the head if the wig starts to rise. As we know, the adhesive is used to secure the front wig of the cord at the front. Now, to avoid damage and ensure that all adhesive is removed ready for the next application, we need to gently remove the adhesive from both the skin and the wig. Leaving the adhesive in the wig can not only prevent proper adhesion next time, but can also damage the seam of the cord.
- Apply the adhesive remover using abrasive materials and rubbing too much. However, these materials can damage the delicate lace edge of the lace front wig. Due to the movement of rubbing back and forth, they are not good for the skin.
Step-By-Step Guide to Removing Lace Wigs
Step-by-step guide to remove the lace front or lace-filled wig without damaging your wig or hair.
Step 1. Trim the lace front or hair full of lace wig from the face, then secure it to the crown. This step can not only give you a clear view of the seam of the cord, but can also ensure that no adhesive remover comes into contact with the hair of the wig.
Step 2. Apply an adhesive remover.
- Alcohol-based adhesive remover. Alcohol-based removers are fast-acting and leave no residue on the skin or hair. Use a cotton swab (q-tip) or a small soft brush (such as the adhesive application brush) to apply alcohol-based removers, as they cannot be sprayed towards the face. People should rub too hard to remove the adhesive before the alcohol-based remover disappears, as alcohol evaporates quickly. However, it is best for people with sensitive skin not to wear this remover, as it can dry the skin and cause irritation.
- Dip the cotton swab into the lace wig adhesive remover.
- Apply to the seam of the bead along the edge.
- Leave on for a few minutes until the seam begins to peel off the face on its own.
- Work carefully to make sure all edges are covered.
- Oil-based adhesive remover lace wig. The oil-based lace wig adhesive remover is soft for the skin and can be used to remove the adhesive from the wig, skin and other body parts. Therefore, if you have sensitive skin, you can try the oil-based adhesive remover. You can let oil adhesive removers like C22 settle on the skin or hair piece to soak the toughest adhesives. They do not evaporate or dry the skin unlike alcohol-based adhesive removers. You can simply spray along the seam of the front wig of the cord, as they are provided in aerosol form.
Once the adhesive on the lace wig has been successfully removed, you should fully wash the sink and hair piece with soap and water. This is because oily residue can prevent proper adhesion of the wig next time.
Step 3. Gently peel off the seam of the face cord by working methodically back and forth when the adhesive remover has had the opportunity to work (according to the manufacturer’s instructions) smoothly.
Step 4. Lift the wig off the head and place it in its holder for easy maintenance and to maintain its shape.
Step 5. Clean your face to remove traces of adhesive and adhesive remover.
Test your skin to determine adhesive sensitivity or removers before use, such as hair dyes.
Apply a small amount to the inside of a wrist.
Cover with a clear plastic film for 24-48 hours.
Remove the adhesive or adhesive remover immediately and consult your doctor if an allergic reaction occurs.
If you find that there is still adhesive on the wig after removing the wig, you can rub a hand mirror along the inner seam where the adhesive is located. The adhesive will come off the mirror!