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Removing A Lace Front Human Wigs

By Edited Jun 3, 2015 0 2

Removing the bonding adhesive from your lace front wig or full lace front wig can be a tricky process. You must exercise patience while removing your wig, if not excessive tugging and pulling can cause loss of hair and skin. Also, you can cause unnecessary damage to your wig if you are not gentle and take your time removing the bonding adhesive.

Let's discuss the best ways to glue bonding adhesives.

Glue bonding adhesive removal:

Gather the hair of your lace front wig or full lace wig into a ponytail or bun. Using a q-tip (if you are using the liquid form) run the q-tip around the entire hairline applying the remover liberally to your wig. Spray the remover around your hairline if you are using the spray. Complete this process two times. After you've applied the remover wait a minimum of about 1 minute. Then, using a hand-held mirror, hold the mirror close to your head, going around the hairline to see if your can see where the lace is lifting. Once you've found this spot, gently lift up the lace. The lace should release easy, continue to gently lift small sections from your skin.

Place the wig aside and remove the glue from your skin. If the glue seems too sticky or is not releasing the lace, add some additional bonding adhesive remover until the glue starts to release. Do not use cotton balls or paper towels to remove any adhesives, as the fibers will adhere to the bond, making it very difficult to remove. Remove any excess reside from your hands, using the lace bonding remover. Then proceed to washing your full lace wig or lace front wig.

Tape bonding adhesive removal:

Purchase some tape bonding adhesive remover (spray or liquid).

Gather the hair of your lace front wig or full lace wig into a ponytail or bun. Using a q-tip (if you are using the liquid form) run the q-tip around the entire hairline applying the remover liberally to your wig. Spray the remover around your hairline if you are using the spray. Complete this process two times. After you've applied the remover wait a minimum of about 1 minute. Then, using a hand-held mirror, hold the mirror close to your head, going around the hairline to see if your can see where the tape has begun to pull away from the lace or if the lace is lifting. Once you've found this spot, gently pull the lace away from the tape until you have gotten around your entire head.

Place the wig aside and remove the tape from your skin. If the tape seems too stick or is not lifting up, add some additional bonding adhesive remover until the tape starts to release. Do not use cotton balls or paper towels to remove any adhesives, as the fibers will adhere to the bond, making it very difficult to remove. Remove any excess reside from your hands, using the lace bonding remover. Then proceed to washing your full lace wig or lace front wig.

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Comments

Feb 28, 2010 2:49am
mecheshier
Wow, what an interesting article. I truly didn't know there was so much involved in puttting on a wig.
Mar 4, 2010 12:37pm
InfoGuide
Unless you've ever worn one, it's hard to know the "ins and outs" of buying, applying and removing a wig . . . let alone caring for one. Thanks for the comment. :)
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