Best Wig Glue

Wigs can be a magical tool for anyone looking to temporarily change their style, experiment with bangs, or dye their hair without damage (or the occasional regret). However, if you don’t have the right glue for your lace front wig, you risk spending your day worrying about sudden removal and sweat.

Adhesive, also known as glue, cement, mucilage, or paste, is any non-metallic substance applied to one or both surfaces of two separate items (Wig and frontal) that binds them together and resists their separation.

Wigs are a great way to get a natural look and at the same time have celebrity hair at an affordable price. Using an adhesive on your lace front wigs makes it look more natural and helps the lace blend with your skin. The types of glue you select will be determined by your lifestyle and how often you would like. One of the most important questions you should ask yourself is how long you want your application to last. How long an application last depends on the following factors

1. The type of adhesive used for the lace front wig application.

2. How well you follow the application instructions.

3. How oily your skin is.

4. How physically active you are.

5. The type of climate you reside in.

There are different types of lace front wigs glue and lace font wigs tape to suit each lifestyle.

wig glue
wig glue

Ultra hold glue
Ultra hold glue is perhaps the most popular lace front wigs glues available. It can give you a stronghold for three to four weeks. It is recommended for people that have not had any luck with other types of glues.

Invisibond glue
Invisibond is a water-based glue that will give you about 2 to 3 weeks hold. It comes as a white liquid but dries on clear to give you a waterproof strong bond. Invisibond is especially recommended for people new to lace front wigs glue and do not know which one to go with. Invisibond is also great for sensitive skin or skin that is prone to breakouts.

Lace front wigs tape
There are many different types of lace front wigs tape that you can use to apply and attach your lace front wig. Most people like tape because it is easy to use and easy to take off. The clean up for tape is extremely easy and getting a great looking application that looks professionally done is easy with tape.

Vapon No Tape Glue
It comes as a clear liquid. It also dries clear also to give you a strong waterproof bond. It should be used with extreme care as it hardly allows any room for mistakes. It is great glue for people that sweat a lot.
Super Lace Glue has been specially formulated to bring you an invisible, long lasting and worry free bonding sensation to make it feel like your hair. If you had problems getting a long lasting glue to last long, then you will love the strength and security offered by Super Lace Glue.

Cleanse skin with alcohol to remove all dirt and oils. Use the applicator nozzle tip with a brush and wooden stick to apply a thin coat of glue on the hairline evenly. Make sure the glue is dried before applying an additional coat for strength. While the glue is still sticky, apply lace wig onto the hairline and press for 1 minute or until firmly in place. Wait 15 minutes before you begin to style.

Why or why not glue for frontal
To use wigs, you cannot just fix wigs on your head without the frontal. The frontal cannot also just stick to your head without the glue. The essence of the glue is to make the frontal stick to your head and make installation and removal so easy. Frontals need to be attached through sewing, tape or glue. Glue usage is our focus.

The glue is usually white and requires several thin layers spread on the edge of your cap and a little of your skin. After repeated for stability, your stylist will sew down the back of your wig, or your bundles may later be installed and lay the frontal gently across your head until she firmly presses the frontal’s lace against the glue and smoothes in place with fingers or a rattail comb.

Can you bleach human hair wigs and how to protect them

There are two basic types of wigs that people can choose to wear: those made from natural human hair and those that are made from synthetic fibres. Both varieties have apparent advantages – human hair wigs can give you a very natural look while synthetic wigs are a lot easier on the budget.

However, it’s not always that simple when you have to choose a wig for your personal use. There are many other pros and cons to each option that you would need to consider carefully to end up with a hairpiece that is perfect for you.

human hair & synthetic hair
human hair & synthetic hair

One of the most important questions that you would need to answer is what the benefits of human hair wigs are? Some of these wigs are selling for a great deal more than synthetic wigs, sometimes even costing thousands of dollars per piece. It is therefore natural for an interested buyer to wonder about what makes these wigs so expensive.

Well, as mentioned earlier, there is nothing better than a human hair wig if you are looking for a completely natural appearance. The hair feels soft and real because it is indeed real. You can style it any way you like and even dye it if you so choose. In other words, you can treat it just like you would your hair. Of course, it is still not recommended that you subject a wig, whether it is made from hair or otherwise, to excessive styling and dyeing because it can sustain irreparable damage over time.

Nowadays, all the girls who want to change their hairstyle quickly without any effect on their real hair. Synthetic wigs are a much more affordable alternative to human hair wigs. Unfortunately, because of this, they don’t last as long as human hair wigs and are also more limiting as far as shape and style options. They also require extra care to keep them looking clean and smelling fresh. However, with proper maintenance and use, synthetic wigs are an efficient and affordable option, whether you need a wig for personal or professional use. Unfortunately, they cannot be lightened. In this article, let’s explore can you bleach human hair wigs and some tips to protect your extensions.

How To & Tips
How To & Tips

We can dye or bleach hair to change human hair colour, lots of women wear a full lace wig and lace front wig every day. Hair just like they dress clothes themselves, they spend more time wearing human hair wigs than on makeup. But do you know what to do when you tired of the same old hair colour, day in and day out?

Anytime you want lighter hair; you should slightly bleach human hair wig with care like not ruin the wig. Thankfully, changing the colour of the lace wig is as simple as colouring your natural hair, the only issue being the delicate knots that attach the hair to the lace. When changing wig hair to a lighter colour, you will also need to bleach the knots for human hair wig. This process should be done with care just like not ruin your daily friend.

Human hair wigs are very versatile, and you can use them for different purposes. They can be maintained easily and have a long lifespan. You can treat them like your hair. To retain their natural look, you can wash, shampoo and dye them in the ways you like. You can create different and fashionable hairstyles by using them effectively. Wigs with small clips can be attached to the existing hair very quickly and will be very stable, so you do not need to worry about them getting slipped.

Office ladies also prefer human hair wigs, because these wigs can not only help them achieve great looks but also boost confidence when you feel great about how you look, your self-confidence increases.

Bleach and highlights remove the colour from your hair by the process of oxidation. “Oxidation decolorizes the pigment in your hair shaft, which is why bleach will turn your hair almost white if it’s left on for too long. Very bleached hair often gains a yellow tint, because keratin (the protein your hair is made of) is naturally a pale yellow,” says Cuannane Phillips. “Hair needs to be tinted as well as bleached for the platinum blond look. It’s impossible to make your hair a lighter shade without the help of a bleaching agent — all of which are called ‘oxidizing agents.'”

Semi-permanent: or temporary hair colour gives you more natural colour and is also easier to use. You can use semi-permanent dyes straight from the applicator as they don’t have to be pre-mixed. Cuannane Phillips adds, “They last for about six weeks and tend to fade progressively. As temporary colours don’t contain bleach, they can’t lighten your natural shade. Temporary dyes fade with shampooing and exposure to air. This means they need to be frequently reapplied, which can be damaging.”

Permanent hair dyes: are also known as “oxidation,” according to Cuannane Phillips. This is because an oxidizer (such as hydrogen peroxide) and ammonia are mixed with the colouring agent before application. Permanent dyes don’t have to be applied as often as semi-permanent or temporary colours. The formulation of permanent dyes is very complicated, and manufacturers go to great lengths to attain long-lasting glow that does minimal damage to the strength and elasticity of your hair. There is a broader range of permanent colour, and these colour shades are often more natural-looking. However, permanent dyes can be more damaging to your hair. The chemicals used are stronger, and the mixture usually has to be left on for a more extended period.


Dying your hair gives you the confidence you so desire when carrying a colour that best suits you or your wig might have lost its colour shade, and you may decide to refine its colour by dying it. You can style and dye your human hair wig; however, you choose. Of course, it is not recommended that you dye your wig multiple times, because doing so could potentially damage it.

New Arrival F/W 2019: Perfection- Silk Top Full Hand-tied Human Hair Wig

Perfection, a firm favorite and a UniWigs classic. The rich brunette shade and Chocolate Brown balayage gives this silky straight lace wig irresistible color that never goes out of fashion.

Perfection wig
Perfection wig

What’s new with Perfection- Silk Top Full Hand-tied Human Hair Wig?

The major new feature in Perfection- Silk Top Full Hand-tied Human Hair Wig is an upgraded cap construction base, Silk top full hand-tied base and combs around and straps at the back, we called it “Silk top glueless full lace” cap.

Silk top base is the most realistic scalp the market has to offer today. Perfectly hide the knots and you don’t need to worry about any other techniques to make the knots invisible or less visible.
The hair is made from entirely remy human hair that can be heat styled any way you like. It offers limitless styling possibilities where you can curl and straighten it with heat just like your own hair. Perfection is perfect for everyday wear. Wear Perfection casually or dress Perfection up for an event.


Wigs have become more and more common, not just for women with hair loss, but also for women looking to change their look, or get the style and color they’ve always wanted without the commitment of changing their hair!

hair loss
hair loss

Here Are Some Common Reasons That Wigs Can Cause Hair Loss:

Gluing down your hairline – However, it is important to remember that these types of people that used glue, will have a professional with them to apply and remove the glued down lace, which can cause devastating hair loss if not applied correctly. Although it gives a great look, it isn’t great for your hair and should be avoided at all costs. If you want the glued down look, try to glue wig in front of your hairline, making sure to sweep your hair under the wig so none gets in contact with the glue.

The wig doesn’t fit correctly – a wig that is too tight, will put pressure on your hair and scalp, not only causing headaches, but a wig that is too tight around the perimeter can cause your hair to break down and fall out. Imagine having a tight band around your head all day long, this is the same as wearing a wig that doesn’t fit correctly and can cause a lot of discomforts. To avoid this situation, when buying a wig, ask to be measured and fitted for your wig to ensure it is the correct size. Ready-made pieces usually come in one standard size and can be adjusted yourself at home, but bespoke wigs should be measured.

Ignoring your hair! – It may be easy to forget to wash and treat your hair, as it is covered by a wig all day, but it is crucial to not only shampoo and condition your hair as regularly as you would without a wig (this varies for everybody), but to also treat your hair. Oils like Moroccan Oil should be applied after washing through the mid- lengths and ends of your hair.

It is important to use a scalp cleaner such as Pro Touch 1 step cleaner, to remove scalp build- up that can occur when your hair and scalp is under your wig, getting hot and not being exposed to air.

On this note, also remember to regularly have your hair trimmed too. Getting your hair trimmed often, even if it’s just half an inch off, will ensure your hair continues to grow and get rid of any split ends.

Not protecting your hair – depending on the type of base your wig has, it may require you to wear a wig cap underneath. Wefted wigs, which are machine-made and involve lots of panels sewn together rather than one cap, can be itchy and uncomfortable, irritating to your scalp. A nylon wig cap can create a barrier between your scalp and hair and the base of the wig. It’s important to not purchase a wig cap that is too tight, as this defeats the object of wearing one. These caps usually come in a few different sizes, so try them to see what size is best for you.

Having a wet hair under your wig – If you are in a rush and don’t have time to let your hair dry naturally, or even blow dry it, it may be tempting to apply your wig and leave the house with your hair wet underneath. There’s no harm in that right? Wrong! Damp hair can be left to dry naturally if out in the open, but underneath a wig, there is little to no air getting in there to dry the excess water off, this can encourage bacteria growth, which will become itchy, and if done regularly, can cause infection to arise! Make sure to always take time to dry your hair before wearing your wig.

Using tapes on your hair – If you are looking for a secure attachment for your wig, to ensure there is no movement of the piece, then tapes are a great idea. However, tapes only work on little or no hair and work well on areas of no hair at all. Taping your wig onto your hair can cause a lot of pressure on your hair, and removing the wig will pull out a lot of your hair too, especially around the temples and hairline where your hair is shorter and weaker. Make sure to use clips to attach your wig if you have hair, and only use tapes if you have no hair, or are willing to shave small areas of your hair off. When removing tapes, use an adhesive remover such as lace release, spray through the wig on to areas where tapes are applied, wait for it seep through, and then gently remove wig back to front, to ensure you are not pulling on hair. Then use the same spray on your hair, and comb out any residue from the tapes.

Wearing your wig 24/7 – Now that you have your dream hair, it seems a shame to have to remove it every night, just to put it back on in the morning. But by doing this, you can not only promote the health of your hair underneath but also keep the wig in great condition and shape! A wig stand or hairdressing block can be purchased to keep your wig on overnight, or if the sight of a fake head wearing your hair isn’t for you, you can keep your wig in a silk bag overnight, or even wrap it in a towel! It is really important to give your hair a break from the wig, especially through the night。

Never sleep in your wig when off to bed. One, your scalp needs to breathe and secondly, the wig may be tight and can damage your hair resulting in hair loss. Once you remove the wig, it would be a good practice to apply a water-based moisturizer ensuring you focus on the ends.

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