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Growing out of head/how to cut lace??

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Topic: Growing out of head/how to cut lace??
Posted By: believergrace
Subject: Growing out of head/how to cut lace??
Date Posted: May 20 2008 at 2:45pm
I am a newbie (4 days) and you can kind've see my lace in the front. 
 
How do I make it look like it is growing out of my head?
 
Do I need to cut the lace back further to make it look more real?  I can't cut the lace any further unless I cut some of the hair too.  Is it ok to cut the lace with hair attached to it in the front or is that a "no no"?
 
Please help me, I look crazy and i don't know what I am doing.
 
I like to wear my hear back and in a high ponytail and am finding it hard to do.Confused 



Replies:
Posted By: sexibeach
Date Posted: May 20 2008 at 4:28pm
i cut it back to the hairline, don't cut the hair.. the knots must be bleach so that it gives the illusion of growing out of your head!


Posted By: bigmomma
Date Posted: May 20 2008 at 8:26pm
i agree with sexi make sure those knots are bleached, also make sure ur lace color is as closes to ur skin tone as possible

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Posted By: Curlygirl11
Date Posted: May 20 2008 at 9:38pm
Also make sure you are wearing a wig cap or something underneath that will mimic the natural color of your scalp. If you don't want to wear anything under the unit look up Breh's Part Trick in the Newbie Thread so you can mimic the appearance of scalp wherever you part your hair.

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