Welcome to the Hair-N-Paris Full Lace Frontal Installation Guide for Black Women. In this tutorial, we will walk you through the step-by-step process of installing a full lace frontal. Whether you're a beginner or have some experience with lace frontals, we've got you covered. Let's jump right in!"
- Full lace frontal - For beginners it is best to use a transparent lace frontal for a more realistic look. Click the full frontal link to shop transparent lace frontals.
- Mannequin head or wig stand (optional)
- Wig cap or stocking cap
- Adhesive (e.g., wig glue, adhesive tape, or adhesive gel)
- Adhesive remover
- Hair products (e.g., mousse, edge control, or styling gel)
- Hairbrush or comb
- Hairdryer (optional)
Step 1: Preparing Your Hair and Scalp
- Start by washing and conditioning your hair to ensure cleanliness.
- If necessary, braid or cornrow your natural hair to create a flat surface.
- Put on a wig cap or stocking cap that closely matches your skin tone to help secure the lace frontal and protect your hair.
Step 2: Preparing the Full Lace Frontal
- Gently wash and condition the lace frontal to remove any excess oils or dirt.
- Trim the lace around the hairline of the frontal using scissors, leaving about 1/8 inch of lace.
Step 3: Applying Adhesive
- Apply a thin layer of adhesive along your hairline using a small brush or your fingertips. Be careful not to apply too much to avoid a visible line.
- Allow the adhesive to dry until it becomes tacky. Refer to the adhesive's instructions for the recommended drying time.
Step 4: Placing the Full Lace Frontal
- Position the full lace frontal on your head, aligning it with your natural hairline. Make sure the lace frontal fits snugly from ear to ear.
- Gently press down the frontal onto the adhesive, starting from the center and moving outwards towards the sides.
- Use your fingertips or a comb to press the lace into the adhesive for a secure bond.
Step 5: Styling and Blending
- Trim the excess lace along the hairline of the frontal, being cautious not to cut too close to the hairline.
- Style the lace frontal and your natural hair as desired, using a hairbrush, comb, or styling tools.
- Apply hair products like mousse, edge control, or styling gel to blend your natural hair with the lace frontal for a seamless look.
Step 6: Finishing Touches
- Apply edge control or gel to your edges for a sleek and polished appearance.
- If needed, use a hairdryer on low heat to speed up the drying process of the adhesive.
Congratulations! You have successfully installed a full lace frontal. With practice, you'll become more comfortable and confident in the process. Remember to follow the manufacturer's instructions for the adhesive and use proper care and maintenance to ensure the longevity of your lace frontal. Thank you for watching our installation guide. If you found this video helpful, please like, share, and subscribe to our channel for more beauty and hair tutorials. Happy styling!
Please note that we do not claim to be experts and our process might not fit everyones needs, but we do strive to make all of our customers happy wither their HNP experience.
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