There are multiple ways that Lace front human hair wigs with baby hair can be worn: straight, curly, or wavy. If you can spend just a little time on flat-ironing and styling the wig to step away and see the slicked-down baby hairs curl up again in a flash, then this article is for you and I urge you to take a purposeful journey through it to see just how you can and embrace the baby hair styling inspiration.
Before we discuss about how to cut and style baby hairs on a lace front wig, let’s take a look at basic features about Lace Front Wigs With Baby Hair.

Human hair lace front wigs have a small sheer lace panel just along the front hairline attached to the front of the wig. The hair strands are sewn manually, by hand, into the holes of the lace. They are often made of the highest quality Indian, Peruvian or Brazilian Remy Hair. Human hair wigs lace frontal can be colored, permed, and styled just like our natural hair. Lace front human hair wigs come in a variety of textures, which allows you to find the the right texture that matches your natural hair, to give your hair that original look. Human hair wigs can last a year or more, even when worn daily, if care for properly.

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Lace front human hair wigs are made with a few baby hair to help create the illusion of natural hair growth along the hairline. This illusion generally improves the natural appearance of the hair and enables the wearer to style the wig away from their face, concealing that they are wearing a wig. It’s very easy to wear lace front wig because they are stretchy and they cover the entire scalp area with a natural looking hairstyle.

How can you therefore style bay hair on a lace front wig?
To begin, here are the items that you need:
• Lace front human hair wig
• Scissors
• Comb
• Brush
• Hairspray
And now, the processes.

Step 1: Cut the Lace
The first step to take when styling baby hairs of a lace front wig is to trim the excess lace on lace front wigs that hangs over the forehead with your scissors. This will give it the most natural look. Cut off about a quarter-inch of the lace all around the front and sides of the wig. The best method is to cut away small portions of lace instead of all of it at once, because cutting off too many lace may damage the wig. You have to do the cutting with long, fluid scissor strokes to avoid jagged edges. This step is very delicate and therefore, requires a steady hand, a good pair of scissors, and a lot of patience.

Step 2: Define the Parting
Herein, clip the hair on either side of the center-marking. Clip backwards using the two large hair clips. Then, use a fine-toothed comb to create a parting on one side of your wig. Afterwards, blow dry your hair up and away as you comb to create fine definition in the parting. When your hair is dry, keep on combing, until the parting is becomes very neat and the separation is reinforced.

Step 3: Water the Baby Hairs
Baby hairs should be completely wet to style them. Use a spray bottle containing water to spray along your hairline. Or use your hand to sprinkle water onto your hairline, if you don’t have a spray bottle.

Step 4: Use a Blow Dryer to Hot Dry the Baby Hairs
After wetting the baby hairs, the next step is to blow dry with hand blow dryer. To achieve a fine result, start the process by holding a section of your damp baby hair between your index and middle finger, about 2 inch from your hairline. Thereafter, pull your hair out and blow dry for about 3 seconds. Then blast them with cool air for 3 more seconds. Baby hairs are very fragile, and that’s is why you have to alternate between hot and cool to help protect frail hairs from burning.

Step 5: Set the Baby Hairs with Hairspray
To set the baby hairs, first, spray the hairspray on a soft-bristled toothbrush and then gently brush the baby hairs horizontally against the hairline. You can also do this with a styling cream or edge control ge. Finally, spray a little of the hairspray on any of your fingertip and then, smooth it over your baby hairs.

Tips To Create Different Baby Hair Looks
When it comes to hair and wig styling, creativity is always in play, and creating art with your wig edges is one of favorite parts of the hair styling routine.The designs and patterns of the edges can impact our minds and overpower the look of a hairstyle. The appearance of your baby hairs greatly impacts the entire look of the hairstyle. The aesthetics means a lot. Therefore, knowing how to beautifully style your baby hairs is very important. Here are some tips that can you lay the edge of a lace front wig excellently and to create different unique baby hair looks.

Tip 1: Slick Short Baby Hairs Straight Down
If you want to create a short baby hairs along the front of the edge of a lace wig, you can do it by using a gel or hairspray and then slicking the baby hairs straight down. They’ will form bangs but will look beautiful.

Tip 2: Slick Short Baby Hairs Down into Waves
To create this style, start at the front of your hairline, using a comb to make a small part in your hair about 0.25 inch backwards to your temple. Separate the hair strands on the part and apply some hair gel on them. Then use your fingers or a fine-toothed comb to shape them into waves. This works better if the hairs around your hairline are short, but a long hair can still look good.

Tip 3: Create Baby Hairs into a Fuzzy Halo look
For this style, sprinkle a hair powder on the top of your hair, while gently lifting your hair up from the roots. Then move your wrist along your hairline in a circular motion. Your baby hair should frizz up. This style can soften your features and complement many hair styles.

Tip 4: Create Curly Afro Baby Hairs
For this style, work the baby hairs at the front of the wig edge, using a gel (just s small quantity). Then gently wrap the baby hairs around your fingers and gently let go to create the curls.
You can even use a small curling iron to create this style, but you have to be careful so that you don’t hurt yourself in the process. If you are using a curling iron, then you won’t need to apply gel. But ensure you don’t burn or damage the baby hairs, if you are using a curling iron to style, because of their very delicate nature.