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Sometimes you may end up with a perfect wig but also want to freshen up your look by changing your wig into a different parting. The following are three detailed methods to help you change your hair parting. 

Method 1. Change parting without wetting your hair

Firstly, you need to brush the hair down to detangle the hair and comb the middle part into the side part, then use a flat iron to train hair in the direction you want the hair to lay. 

Use the blow dryer to style hair into shape and make the hair lay flat in the new direction, but this step is optional if you don’t have time to do that much work you can also skip this step. 

Use the flat iron to press the root of the part area over and over again till it is in a natural look. 

Method 2. Change Parting With Wand Curlers + Mousse & Water

Wet your hair first with mousse or water which can make the hair easy to be parted in a new direction. Then part hair with the end of the rat tail comb and pin the hair with clips in the new direction you want.

Run the wand along the part to make hair lay flat. 

Spray water to wet hair around the parting space, then apply mousse to set hair.

Method 3. Change parting with flat iron + mousse

Straighten hair piece by piece, since it can promise hair lay flat perfectly. Avoid straighten hair too much at once or it will make the parting space look unnatural.

Add mousse on the top of the parting area after straightening it and repeat these two steps till you finish to change the parting. Then comb all hair in the direction you styled. 

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Have you experienced flyaways? When the individual strands of hair are hand-tied through the small holes in your wig’s lace, the short end piece of that knot is flyaways. We know how frustrating you can be and here’re the three methods to help you get rid of those annoying wig flyaways!

Method 1: Wax Stick +Hot Comb

Apply wax stick on the top of the wig where the flyaways lay. 

Go around the top and use the hot comb to press the flyaways out.

Lay those flyaways down with the hot comb and wax stick which can take care of the flyaways very well! 

Or if you are quite new to wig application, do all the steps on a mannequin would be a great assistant.

Method 2: Mousse + Hot Comb

Sparingly put some mousse on the top of the flyaway area in your hair. 

Take the hot comb and apply some heat to ensure that all the hairs lay flat and are bonded and basically molded together till those flyaways are nowhere to be seen. Tips: Be very careful that you don’t want to burn any potion of your hands.

Method 3: Mousse + Blowdryer

Put some mousse on the top of the flyaway area in your hair.

Slow down your heat when you blow-dry, then start right at the base and work very slow to let the heat work for you. Slow down to speed up! Do that until those flyaways are nowhere to be seen!

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Unnatural hairline and the parting of human hair wigs may cause your look fake, so the following steps are made to help you make your look more natural by refining your hairline and parting space. 

Method 1. Apply Powder to Conceal The Hairline

Starting from the front of your part, then dab powder or concealer that matched with your complexion on the parting and hairline with a makeup brush a little bit at a time. Not too much product or you will mess the stuff up. Use concealer/powder to make your hairline and parting look more natural and real.

Method 2: Apply Wax Stick to Mold the Hairline

Apply wax stick directly along the hairline can fuse hair together to make the hairline more neat and natural, which finally can make the whole look much more fabulous.

Method 3: Apply Hot Comb to Lay Hairline And Parting Flat

Run the hot comb along with the parts and hairline, which can make the parts & hairline more prominent, and put heat on the actual part to help it lay flat.

Method 4: Appy Hot Comb & Wax Stick to Creating a Melted Look

Apply the lace wax to your hairline, then go over it with the hot straightening comb, they work together to give you the really melted look.

Do this beforehand on a mannequin will make it a lot simpler for the install.

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What’s HD lace?

11/30/2019 5:32 AM

Whats HD lace?

HD Lace is in the newest most undetectable lace on the market !! 
HD Lace (which is also known as swiss lace) is finer and more fragile than French lace and should be applied by professionals.
HD Lace is ultra thin, ultra premium lace that is primarily used in movies and on film due to it’s seamless blending capabilities.
Pre-plucked with single knots,which gives you a natural finish as though the hair is growing from your own scalp.

Over the last ,HD lace wigs have become extremely popular with our clients, most of which are looking for a truly natural look and the ability to wear their wig with complete confidence. The unique mesh appearance of a lace wig gives an amazing welcoming variation to your wig.

This is a kind of bobbinet or torchon lace fabric, because there is no ring forming, but only yarn knotting, so it is produced by a completely different principle from warp knitting lace.

Only a few manufacturers in the world use these old machines to make these nets - mainly in England.

For this reason, fabric is very expensive.

The machines used to make this lace are very old, invented in 1809, and never produced in a new version. They are, in fact, like Swiss watches - handmade masterpieces that are hard to manufacture on an industrial scale.

It's very rare, like Rolls-Royce, and that's how it's priced.Guess why many high-end wedding dresses are made only with English lace (the fabric is really made in Britain), because it's so unique that only royalty or very rich Chinese can afford it.

The design of these lace front wigs makes you look gorgeous and outstanding and they appear like your natural hairline. Leaving an illusion of new and healthy hair growth.

Advantages of HD lace

HD lace is a new lace material that is more light, soft and delicate and looks more transparent than normal lace, which can melt into our skin more perfectly, which makes the hairline more invisible.

We often recommend the light lace to light skin tone girls, but recently we found that HD lace can melt to any skin tone.

According to the features of the lace material itself, HD lace is better than transparent lace.

The key point we wearing a wig is to make it look as natural as possible.As we can see in the picture attached below, the HD lace can melt into our skin much better than traditional lace, which can make our hairline looks more natural and less visible.

We use a fine multifilament polyester or nylon thread knitted into a hexagonal pattern that allows for a natural offset ventilation (the process of tying the hair to the base material). The offset avoids the unnatural “doll’s head” look of hair lined up in perfect rows and columns. Our lace is naturally breathable with plenty of airflow, and allows for easy rinsing of your scalp while wearing the system. For this reason, it’s perfect for those with active lifestyles who perspire a lot, as you can perspire through the base instead of under it. The soft lace is extremely comfortable.

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The kinky hair is one of the most popular hair weave that girls like most. As for its popularity, I think that afro kinky human hair weave looks and feels most like the African American’s natural hair.

What Is Kinky Hair?

Kinky hair is also named afro kinky human hair,it describes the curl pattern/type of hair, like curly or wavy and in this case, kinky hair means tightly curled hair or really tight coiled hair or hair with no curls but zigzags instead. “Coarse” or “fine” describes the thickness/texture of hair strands. Having kinky curls does not automatically equal having coarse hair strands. 

Kinky Curly Hair

For black women kinky curly hair are a necessity. Because this hair looks more natural in black women and matches their original natural hair.Bold, beautiful, and naturally voluminous, kinky curls wind up and out. Yet the tighter the curl, the more difficult it is for oil from the scalp to travel the length of the strand.    

Kinky Straight Hair

Kinky straight hair, also known as a blowout straight, has become one of the most popular hair textures across the globe.It is natural Looking and soft,Kinky Straight hair texture moves freely and gives a naturally flawless look that mimics your own locks.

How To Take Care Of Kinky Hair?  

Because kinky hair is dry by nature, and therefore breaks easily, it needs added moisture, daily. Dry hair breaks…well moisturized hair is supple and has elasticity. The key to keeping these natural locks healthy, shiny, and beautiful is to moisturize every step of the way.

Start with a creamy, sulfate free, moisturizing cleanser, follow suit with a super hydrating conditioner, prep with a rich moisturizer and style with a rich cream, full of natural oils and rich butters.

Look for moisturizing humectants, natural conditioning agents, and exotic extracts to add moisture to these locks. Avoid mineral, and petrolatum oil and heavy waxes. 

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Dream Swiss Lace Wig

Dream Swiss Lace Using the most advanced lace making technology,Paired with our hook technology make the hairline very natural ,also the technology do not need bleached the knots ,wear it directly.

Fake Scalp Wig

Fake Scalp Wig is also called Pre-Made Bold Cap Wig that comes with a fake scalp constructed. With the Fake Scalp/ Bold Cap Wig, you don't have to do cornrows, to use wig caps, to do bold cap method or fake scalp method. Use aseptic cap, more fit the skin color, breathable and soft . 

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How To Detangle A Wig!

11/8/2019 4:00 AM

It’s the end of a long day. You have taken off your wig and have placed it carefully on your wig stand to store for the night. Then, you see it: a tangle. Not just any tangle. This may be the world’s biggest tangle. You frantically grab your styling products and comb and get to work.

Let’s rewind. Are there ways to battle the tangle from the beginning? Like real hair, wigs can experience tangles. In fact, wigs can sometimes be more likely to tangle due to the lack of natural oils of your scalp that natural hair has. These oils work like a natural conditioner that defends against tangles and knots. Of course, it’s not foolproof, as anyone can attest, but those oils help. Your wigs don’t have these oils, so they need your help to stay tangle-free.

How To Remove Wig Tangles
Caring for your wig properly is so vital.  A well-loved wig lives a long life. It’s really about protecting your investment. Tangles can damage your wig, but proper care can reduce them!
First things first, you must not over-wash your wig. You need to shampoo and condition wigs regularly, but you can have too much of a good thing. If you have a daily wig that you don’t heavily sweat or swim in, you can easily get away with only a weekly washing. Also, in the scenario in the opening of this blog, notice I mentioned a wig stand. This is a super important accessory. Styling your wig while it is on the wig stand can go a long way in maintaining the style of the wig and reducing tangles.

After washing or just a day of wear, you will want to comb out your wig. You need to use a wig comb or brush specially made for wigs. Wigs are more delicate than your own hair, so gentle motions are key. Just as you would with natural hair, you should begin detangling at the bottom and work your way up. This reduces breakage, helps to prevent combing into the permatease, and help the hair to stay healthy and smooth. With both synthetic and human hair wigs, remember to always start from the bottom!

If you are a frequent wig wearer, you probably already know the most common spot for tangles. The nape of the neck is a veritable magnet for hair disasters. The area gets sweaty throughout the day. Necklaces can cause friction and tangles. The collars of certain shirts can cause strands to collect and mat together. Some of this is unavoidable. The simplest trick you can do? Throughout the day, comb the nape area of your wig often, even if it is just with your fingers. This way, you keep on top of any tangles before they occur.    

Even with all the care in the world, tangles can still happen just like they will with natural hair. Still, you want to take precautions to avoid as many knots and tangles as possible so that you stay looking fabulous all day long!

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A: HD lace is a royal lace material, used to be called Swiss lace, which is more light, soft and delicate and looks more transparent than normal lace, which can melt into our skin more perfectly to make the hairline more invisible.


A: Transparent lace is the normal lace with transparent color.

Normally, we have four different lace colors, including dark brown, medium brown, light brown and transparent. So we can choose the right color to better match our own skin tone.


A: The key point we wearing a wig is to make it look as natural as possible. As we can see in the picture attached below, the HD lace (Swiss lace) can melt into our skin much better than normal lace, which can make our hairline looks more natural and less visible.


A: As we mentioned above, HD lace is a new kind of lace material, and transparent lace is the normal lace with transparent color. 

We often recommend the transparent lace to light skin tone girls, but recently we found that transparent color lace can melt to any skin tone after we bleach the hair knots and glue down the hairline. 

But according to the features of the lace material itself, HD lace (Swiss lace) is still more thin, delicate and transparent than transparent normal lace.

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A preplucked hairline is a natural hairline with right amount of hair along the hairline area which looks like the human hair wig is growing from the scalp. Usually a human hair wig without plucked hairline is always dense and thick at the hairline area . There is a lot of work to be done if you want to get a more natural look after you receive the human hair wig, but with the preplucked hairline, the hair along the hairline area are already plucked before shipping which gives it a more natural look .

A Widow's peak is M-shaped hairline or Pointed Hairline. If your front hairlines make the shape of M or come down in point above forehead, you could get your human hair wig customized to a Widow's Peak for a more natural look.

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What is the hair density?

10/17/2019 4:07 AM

Recently, many customers have asked about density. Now let me explain to you:

the hair density means hair thickness. The higher the density, the higher the thickness, the thicker the hair.

For 360 lace wig, there are 150%, 180%, 250% Density to choose from.
For other lace wigs, there are 130%, 150%, 180% Density to choose from.

130% Density is thinner than 150% Density,150% Density is thinner than 180% Density, 180% Density is thinner than 250% density.

130% Density is our lowest density, Hair volume is less.
150% Density is Normal Hair volume.
180% Density is medium thick.
250% Density is thickest.

Attention Please: there will be very little hair If the density is too low, so there may not be enough hair to cover the top of the head.

Go to choose according to your own needs please.

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