Touched by Angel Salon’s Guide on Lace Front Wig

lace front wig
Written by Bilal Munsif

A lace front wig is a popular style of hairpiece that provides a natural-looking hairline. While they can be expensive, they are worth the investment for those who want to achieve a realistic appearance. In this tutorial, we will show you how to apply a lace front wig using well-known steps and tips. So whether you’re new to wigs or just new to lace fronts, read on for everything you need to know!

How to apply a lace front wig

Many celebrities choose lace front wigs to achieve a look hairstyle. Lace front wigs come in textures, colors, lengths, and styles. By wearing lace front wigs and full lace wigs, a woman can have a hairstyle that suits her needs and lifestyle.

Most importantly, since lace front wigs have invisible hairlines, they will provide the most natural hairline among all available options and make a person look stunning.

Last but not least, you can wear lace front wigs without the help of professionals, as long as you practice the correct way of applying your lace front wig.

Types of lace front wigs

There are many different types of lace front wigs available on the market. Some of the most popular types include:

• Human hair lace front wigs:

These wigs are made with real human hair and offer the most natural look and feel. They can be styled and treated just like your own hair, and they typically last longer than other types of lace front wigs.

• Synthetic lace front wigs:

These wigs are made from synthetic materials, which means they typically cost less than human hair lace front wigs. However, they don’t look quite as natural as human hair wigs and may not last as long.

• Customizable lace front wigs:

Many lace front wigs come with customizable features, such as different cap sizes and hair densities. This allows you to choose the perfect wig for your needs and ensure a perfect fit.

Choosing the right type of lace front wig is important for ensuring a natural, flattering look. Talk to your stylist or wig retailer about which type of wig would be best for you.

Adhesive types

Both double-sided tape and adhesive glues help keep the wig in place. You can choose a suitable one as you like, but you need to make sure that the product you choose has been specifically designed for this purpose. Sometimes you will have no problem choosing which one will work well with the wig because some retailers sell stickers along with the lace front wig.

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Apply the lace front wig using glue adhesives

  • Place the lace front wig on top of your head
  • Put back the hair of the wig in the front. Therefore, you don’t end up sticking them on the forehead.
  • Apply a very thin layer of adhesive to a small part of the front of the cord.
  • Make sure to get your real hair out of the way.
  • Depending on the look you are looking for, you can cut the baby’s hair or remove it from the wig.
  • Press down on the lace front wig where you applied the adhesive.
  • With a good adhesive, it will only take about 5 seconds to squeeze.
  • Proceed to the next section after that part of the lace front wig is firmly in place.
  • Apply the adhesive to an inch of hair at a time until you have applied the adhesive and pressed the wig from edge to edge, making application easy.
  • Apply the lace front wig using tape adhesives.
  • Cut the ribbon into 3-inch strips. The tape should be about 3.8 inches wide.
  • Take the first strip.

Place the first strip on the area of ​​the patch where the lace front connects to it. Make sure to place the tape on the front hairline at the edge of the lace.

Place the other strips of ribbon on the edge of the lace until you have placed the ribbons on the entire front side of the wig from edge to edge.

Note: To keep the wig in place and provide a natural-looking hairline, you need to make sure there are no gaps between the ribbons.

How to wash glued lace front wig?

Professionals of Touched by Angel Salon, Atlanta suggest that a well-cared glued fabric can be used for one to two months. And it’s best to wash your hair regularly before the glue starts to loosen, preventing salt, dirt, and mold from building up. This is how to wash a glued pile fabric.

  • Use warm water to wet your hair.
  • Apply a quality shampoo.
  • Squeeze the shampoo into various spots on your hair.
  • Gently massage into scalp, hair, and hair pieces.

Note: Never vigorously scrub, scrub or gather your hair as this will tangle the hair weave.

  • Rinse hair under running water to remove shampoo completely.
  • Apply a quality cream-based deep conditioner to your hair.
  • Squeeze the shampoo into various spots on your hair.
  • Gently massage into scalp, hair, and hair pieces.
  • Do not rub or cause tangles.
  • Rinse the conditioner completely out of your hair.

Use a lint-free towel to dry your hair. First, you need to dry the part of the hair pieces. Then blow dry the rest of your hair from the ends.

Let your hair air dry if possible.

If you must dry it, you should use a dryer with a diffuser attachment, but do not place the dryer directly on the adhered areas.


  • Never comb tightly curled pieces of fabric.
  • Comb the wavy hair pieces with a wide-toothed comb or your fingers.
  • It is recommended to rinse the hair with water and condition it after each workout.
  • If you have African American hair, you should wash your hair every 7 to 14 days and avoid using conditioners that contain alcohol.
  • Use hazelnut or another mild astringent to cleanse your scalp between washes.

Always dry your hair before sleeping.

Conclusion paragraph:

Applying a lace front wig may seem daunting at first, but with the right tools and techniques, it can be a quick and easy process. We hope this guide has helped to demystify the application process and shown you that wearing a lace front wig is an easy way to achieve a beautiful, natural-looking hairstyle. Have you tried applying a lace front wig before? What tips do you have for making the process easier? Let us know in the comments below!

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Bilal Munsif