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How To Take Out Your Lace Wigs From Your Head

People always make mistakes when they remove their lace wigs.  So today I will show the correct steps for you .


First of all , please kindly find out all the things that help you remove the lace wigs.


For example , Pros and cons of alcohol and oil based lace wig adhesive removers,  Also the mirror that give you top tip for removing trace glue from lace wigs.


The most important thing is that you need to have a skin test if you have sensitive skin.


If the lace wigs which you bought is very expensive , you don't want to ruining it with careless use, you need to protect it very carefully . You need to spend a few minutes after each use and store your lace wig properly. Your skin will thanks for it later too!

What mistakes people do during they remove the lace wigs .

1. Pulling the lace wig direct off their head

One of the main mistakes people make when removing lace front wigs is to rush the procedure, forgetting the removal sprays and peeling the head of hair piece straight off their head if the wig actually starts to lift. As a lace front wig is secured in the front with adhesive (as well as in the case of your full lace wig, around it's entire circumference) the adhesive should be removed gently from the two skin and the wig to avoid injury to both and ensure all the adhesive is removed ready for the next application. Leaving adhesive on the wig can prevent proper adhesion the very next time around and may damage the lace seam.

2. Using abrasive materials to apply the adhesive remover and rubbing too much

Another common mistake is always to use abrasive materials to make use of adhesive remover like cotton wool or paper towels. Both of these materials can harm the delicate lace edging of the lace front wig in addition to being unkind to the skin due towards the back and forth rubbing motion.

How to get rid of your lace front or full lace wig without damaging your wig or hairpiece

You need:

Adhesive remover

Cotton buds (q-tips) or small soft brush

Soap and water

Wig stand


Hair Clips (large ones)


Step 1

Clip the lace front or full lace wig hair back through the face and secure with the crown. This should provide you with a clear view in the lace seam and ensure that no adhesive remover makes contact with the wig hair.

Step 2

Apply an adhesive remover. There are two kinds of adhesive remover:


Alcohol based

Oil based

Alcohol based adhesive remover


The attributes of alcohol based removers is that they are fast acting and don't leave a residue for the skin or hairpiece. They do however have to be applied utilizing a cotton bud (q-tip) or small soft brush (such as the adhesive application brush) because they cannot be sprayed towards face. The alcohol also evaporates quickly which is the reason a lot of people rub too harshly to remove the adhesive before the alcohol based remover has disappeared. It can be problematic if you have sensitive skin as it can certainly dry your skin and cause irritation.


Dip the cotton bud inside the lace wig adhesive remover and apply to the lace seam all down the edge. Leave for a few minutes prior to the seam visibly begins to peel away through the face on its own. When it creates this change apply more adhesive remover over the underside of the seam. Work carefully to ensure every one of the edges are covered.

Oil based lace wig adhesive remover

If you might have sensitive skin oil based adhesive remover is mandatory as these are gentle for the skin and may be used to take out adhesive from your wig, the skin and also other parts in the body. Oil adhesive removers like C22 (a pleasant, fast acting, citrus scented remover) can be left on the skin or hair piece for soaking of more stubborn adhesives. Unlike the alcohol based adhesive removers, they don't evaporate or dry up your skin layer. They are also provided in spray form so you simply spray down the lace front wig seam as oppose to applying with a cotton bud and do as detailed above.

Once the lace wig adhesive has become successfully removed, the oil based remover must be completely washed off your skin using soap and water and off the hair piece using shampoo and water. The oily residue can prevent proper adhesion of the wig the next occasion around.

Step 3

When the adhesive remover has already established an opportunity to work (as per manufacturer's instructions) gently peel the lace seam away through the face working methodically from side on the other.

Step 4

When the lace wig seams are completely away through the face, lift the wig off the head make in your wig stand for easy maintenance and retain its shape.

Step 5

Cleanse your face to take out traces of adhesive and adhesive remover. What to do when you have sensitive skin-skin test. As with hair colorant,  it's a good plan to test your epidermis for sensitivity to adhesive or removers before with these. You can do this through the use of a small amount towards the inside of one wrist, covering in clear plastic film (cling film is nice) for 24-48 hrs. If an hypersensitive reaction occurs eliminate the adhesive or adhesive remover immediately and consult your Doctor.

Top tip for removing trace glue from lace wig - make use of a mirror! If after removing your lace wig you will find that there's still adhesive around the wig you can rub a hand held mirror down the inside seam the location where the adhesive is. The adhesive should go around the mirror!

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