When choosing a wig, don’t you think that you just need to decide on hair quality and hair style? In fact, when deciding on a wig, you can also choose from a variety of ways to wear it. What are some of them? Here are some of the advantages and disadvantages of each.
How to attach a wig using a royal wig net
Wigs with a net-like structure under the hair are sold in a variety of places and can be considered a major method of attachment.
This net, called a wig net, is placed in the hair and blended in with the hair according to the hair style after the wig is worn up to the neck. Then adjust the adjuster to your head size for a natural look.
The advantage of a wig-net type wig is that it is easy to put on and take off, allowing you to try a variety of hairstyles. On the other hand, it can easily look unnatural, so care should be taken.
Mounting method using double-sided tape
The use of double-sided tape is a relatively well-known method of attaching a removable wig. Many people choose this easy method, which is completed by creating a base on the back of the wig to attach the double-sided tape and aligning the wig with the head.
Various types of double-sided tape are available, so those with sensitive skin or who are looking for a tape with strong adhesive strength can find one that suits their needs. The disadvantage, however, is that the tapes are one-time disposable and therefore costly.
Mounting method using special adhesive
This method of attachment is recommended for people who are afraid of wigs shifting. Since the wig is not very thick, the hairline can be reproduced naturally, making it useful for people who have hairstyles that show off their foreheads.
It can also withstand strenuous activities such as sports. The disadvantage is that it is not easy to put on and take off when you are out and about. Another disadvantage is the cost of the special adhesive, which is required each time the hairpiece is worn.
Braided attachment method
For those who wish to unite the wig and the hair to make it stronger, there is the braided attachment method. By weaving and tying the joints attached to the wig and your own hair, the knot becomes stronger and will not come off unless you pull hard on the hair.
The disadvantages include the need for regular maintenance at a salon and the inability to directly scratch the head.
Choose the method of attachment that seems most appropriate for your hair, budget, and lifestyle.