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    Posted: June 23 2011 at 2:22am
I bought a lace wig and I love it.  So many people are wearing them now.


Edited by hairbeauty - June 23 2011 at 8:15am
I am the fan of lace wigs.

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you can come to royalmewigs .

it is really of high quality wigs and sale sevice
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Tongue  there are many good hair suppliers .

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Hi, My experience was very good with dailycelebhair.com , a very good place for lace front wigs.You will get finest quality product at
https://www.dailycelebhair.com
good luck to them.

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There are different glues for different skill levels when applying a full lace wigs. For a begginer I would recommend Mity Tite, for an expert, Safe Grip. Use these in combination with clear adhesive wig tapes. The Safe Grip should last between 1-6 weeks  used in conjunction with tape.

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Hey, Im new to this site but can add my two penies Smile
 
I have bought a number of off the shelf lace wigs from the states but was not happy as they didnot always fit. 
 
I have recently purchased a lace wig from www.mycustomwig.com.  Not sure if youve heard from it. It did take 4 weeks to arrive but it looks really good. I went for the 1b human straight 18 inches.
 
I do need help on the best adhesive to use as ive also tried so many on the market a and so far none of them give me a bond longer than a few days.....
 
 
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The American vendors i like wagmanprimus.com and californialacewigs.com
 
The Chinese vendors i like http://www.visionremyhair.com visionhaircn@gmail.com and it's been good quality for a decent price.

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i bought my wigs from www.wigsunique.com on very low price, i have used it for 4 months, the quality is very good. i don't trust Chinese supplier because many frauds there, but i will just order wigs from this supplier.....

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Hi, I have been researching a good video to purchase to learn how to make a lace wig, as well.  I was interested in the Breslin video, but it is very expensive.  I am still looking.  Here is some basic information about the lace wig making process.  It is probably not as helpful as seeing a live demo though.
 
 
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I would like to know how to make a lace front wig? Is their anyone that can help me?
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I agree...i am a lf newbie also and i navigate through BHM everyday...I have learned alot from those ladies...I will be purchasing a stock unit to practice on my clients from a CV....If Anyone know any info on Lydia Please PM me...i would appreciate it....THANKS IN ADVANCE

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I thought about shaving my hair when I first started wearing lfs but im sure happy that I didnt. My hair is all natural now I just started wearing it in french braids because i started a new hair regimine that requires me to put the concoction in  my hair just about every day when im not lazy. So I have it applied in the front and i sewed combs on sides and back. I can just flip it up every morning apply my concoction and then go about my business. But before I started wearing french braids I took soulies advice and braided it in 2 pig tails on the side and  then pull them around to the back that worked.  I got some new ones coming in and I want to have a full ap with those so I will just put in the concotion in once a week My hair has grown so much it has never been this healthy and long. Once it grows to the end of my shoulder I then plan to alternate between lace fronts and my real hair. Lace fronts will help grow your hair back healthy and long plus this gives you a chance to properly take care of your hair without the chemicals.
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i too shaved my head and think it is the best thing for my hair, my hair is thin and breaks very easily....maybe in the future i will choose to grow it out but for now i love the convenience of it....
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^ ITA. If I can ever manage to grow my own hair out, there will be no more relaxers! I want to lock it...and I envision myself as a 60 year old woman with long, grey locks...

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I think it's great that your hair has grown so long under your lf .. but again, the question remains ... 'what are you going to do with it'? It does no good to keep a head full of natural hair under a lf for the rest of your life. Then you have to manage two heads - your own head and the lf head of hair. Too much work.

If it's natural .. that means it's an afro right now - which is fine to wear. But if you want to wear it long .. hanging down your back, then you have to perm it (which will damage it etc.) so then ... what's the point?

You will be back under the lf a few months because the chemicals doom your hair to 'problems'. To make matter worse, believe it or not ... you will age :) and when you start getting a significant amount of gray in your head ... you will want to dye and perm it (so more damage).
 
The simple fact that you are older means you hair gets thinner and the fact that you have been perming it for 25 years takes a toll as well.
 
Perms are new. When I was little I had my hair 'pressed' with a hot comb - everyone did. But I remember my mother coming home with a kit called 'Curl Free' with a White girl with curly hair on the front on the box?
 
Confusing but my mother 'permed' my hair with it. It did not go straight ... but it was much more manageable.
 
Soon thereafter .. the PERM that we know of today emerged so mother brought us to the Beauty salon (as you could not buy the Perm off the shelf) and we started getting our hair ... permed.
 
I'm saying this because I am in the first generation of people that have been perming their hair since high school so now I see the results of 30 years worth of perms on the head on my friends.
 
I have a ton of girl friends that are 50+ and not a one of them has a healthy head of hair. They are constantly dealing with the latest 'breakage' fiasco and they have been in perms as long as I can remember.
 
That's why I said 'what are you going to do with it?'
 
IMO - if you want to grow your own hair ... keep it in afro or locs - but not braids, perms etc because all that crap .. is the beginning of the end. Ouch


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WOW !!!  I take my hat off to anyone that shaves their head.  I love my LF, but I love my natural hair more.  For the past week I took a break from the adhesives and tapes and I'm wearing my own hair, which is 100% natural and mid back as a result of LF.  I love the feeling of the wind on my scalp and my SO fingers when they're in my hair and I don't have to worry about glue, lifting etc...  It's priceless
 
I know everyone has their own preference, but I perfer my natural hair and could never shave it off. 
 
Although I know your app's are fierceThumbs%20Up


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Wow,

I have to take my hat off to you for the whole head shaving thing.  I couldn't even imagine doing that.  I had really short hair when I was a kid and everyone used to think I was a boy.  Soooo traumatic.  But hey, each to their own. 

I tend to use clip on hair extensions but i do love the look of lace front wigs. Will have to investigate more about them.

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