• Step 1

    Comb your own hair flat against the head to create a smooth base. Secure with a hair tie at the back if you have long hair. Backcomb your "baby hair" with gel or hairspray and clean the area around the hairline with any oil-free product. You can also apply a wig cap to keep the hair in place.

  • Step 2

    Apply the wig in the correct position with the net tip facing forward. Leave 5mm of the mesh closest to the wig's hairline and cut off the remaining mesh in a gentle zig-zag motion to avoid a straight edge.

  • Step 3

    Take off the wig again. Choose a suitable glue. Apply a thin layer along your own hairline (be careful not to get it on your hair). Allow the glue to sit for a few moments to become tacky.

  • Step 4

    Place the wig back on your head and make sure it fits as desired. Press the lace into the glue. Start from the center out to the ears. Smooth out any unevenness with your fingers.

  • Step 5

    Check that all the mesh is glued by feeling and pressing with your fingers over the hairline and edge of the mesh. Use a hair dryer set on a cool setting to help the glue dry quickly. High heat near the net can damage the wig.

  • Step 6

    Apply concealer to the legs of the wig (optional). Style the hair as desired using heat tools or styling products (taking into account the wig's care instructions below).

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  • Sleep

    • Brush through the hair gently and form it into a loose braid
    • Use a satin or silk scarf, pillowcase or Bonnet to minimize friction
  • Wash

    • Wash the wig regularly (max. 1 time per week) with sulfate-free shampoo
    • Rinse thoroughly with lukewarm water and apply conditioner in the middle of the lengths out to the ends of the hair
    • Rinse out the conditioner and finish with a rinse in cold water Gently squeeze out excess water (do not rub!) and then air dry on a wig stand, towel or hanger.
  • STYLING

    • Use a wide-toothed comb or wig brush to gently detangle the hair.
    • Apply a heat protectant before using heat styling tools.
    • Minimize heat exposure. Styling tools should be used on low-medium heat.
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