Since ancient times, wigs have been substitutes for natural hairstyles; residents of Egypt wore them to protect your vulnerable heads from the heat of the sun. Ancient wigs were glued to the head with a special compound or beeswax. The technology of making up-to-date wigs has stepped far forward. However, the foundations of modern technology were laid back in the XIX century.
In the 1870s, a lace-making machine made lace available for mass production. So the use of lace mesh as a basis for wigs has become common. The use of lace made it possible to make a more natural wig. This is due to the fact that the cream-colored lace merged with the scalp. Since then, a product with a stripe on the front known as a silk base on the front, which gives the impression of natural silk, has become widespread.
Pay also attention to HD lace wig. The keyword here is “Lace”. This base material is like a mesh. It is a thin as well as durable synthetic mesh with a knotted weave.
The hairs are located in a chaotic order on this mesh– the way natural hair grows. Artificial hairs are attached one at a time and secured with a knot. Thus, the entire area of the lace insert of the wig is filled. The manual work is long and painstaking. It provides a natural look to the wig, the ability to make parting in any direction, and also allows you to hide the natural hairline. Complete your look with a shimmer lipgloss and bright accessories, and you will definitely not go unnoticed.
The basis of any wig is an adjustable cap. The cap`s base is a mesh with manually sewn hair. Such wigs must be glued to the scalp having previously removed their hair under a special cap. You can wear it without taking it off for up to 4 weeks, sleep in it, take a shower and even swim.
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