Dear Friends,If you've ever faced the challenge of removing glue after wearing a lace wig, you're not alone. Dealing with this issue can be tricky, but fear not—we've got you covered. In today's blog, we'll provide a detailed guide on how to effectively clean and manage wig glue. Let's dive into the step-by-step process and ensure you have the knowledge to tackle this common concern.
II.Introducing Lace Front Wig & Lace Closure Wig
Let’s take a look at the characteristics of common lace wigs.
Frontal Size: The frontal piece in a lace frontal wig is larger than a closure and often measures 13x4 or 13x6 inches. This provides a wider area for parting and styling.
Installation: Installing a lace frontal wig requires more expertise than a closure wig. It often involves applying adhesive along the hairline to secure the frontal in place. Proper installation is crucial to achieving a natural and seamless look.
Cost: Lace frontal wigs are generally more expensive than closure wigs due to the larger size of the lace frontal and the increased styling options they offer.
Closure Size: The closure is smaller compared to a frontal but is sufficient to cover the crown area and create a natural part. Common closure sizes are 4x4 inches or 5x5 inches.
Installation: Lace closure wigs are typically easier to install compared to full lace wigs. They may require less time and effort for application, making them suitable for individuals who are new to wig wearing or prefer a simpler installation process.
Affordability: Lace closure wigs are often more affordable than lace front wigs. This makes them a popular choice for individuals looking for a natural-looking part without the higher cost associated with lace front wig.
In short,Lace front wigs offer a natural-looking hairline and versatile styling but can be more expensive with limited options at the back. Lace closure wigs, more affordable and suitable for protective styling, provide a realistic part but offer fewer styling possibilities than lace front wigs. Proper installation and maintenance are crucial for both, and the choice depends on individual preferences, budget, and desired styling flexibility.
III. Cleaning and Maintenance
After we choose a lace wig we like and wear it, how to handle the glue correctly is a problem. Now let us take a look at the steps to handle the glue.
1.Apply Lace Adhesive Remover:
Gently apply the remover along the edge of the lace where the glue is attached. Allow it to sit for a few minutes to loosen the adhesive.
2.Soak in Warm Water:
Soak in warm water for 30 minutes
3.Peel off Lace:
Once the adhesive has softened, gently peel off the lace starting from one edge and moving to the other. Take your time to avoid damaging the lace or your skin.
4.Store the Wig Properly:
Once the lace is clean and the wig is removed, store it on a wig stand or in its original packaging to maintain its shape.
Note:If there's any remaining adhesive on the lace or your skin, Cleanse the area where the lace was applied with a mild, alcohol-free cleanser to remove any residual adhesive remover. Pat the area dry with a clean cloth.
My friends, here's a handy trick for you to try. Starting today, bid farewell to concerns about how to remove glue—you've got it covered!
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With anticipation and warmth,
The Reshine Team