VERY DETAILED Lace Frontal Wig Install | Stocking Cap Method | Cutting The Lace

VERY DETAILED Lace Frontal Wig Install | Stocking Cap Method | Cutting The Lace | My Tresses | Charlion Patrice

“Hello dolls, welcome back! So toda,y I'm going to be showing you step-by-step how I install my lace frontal wig. So the first thing I'm going to do is called the stocking cap method and all I did was braided my hair into two braids and I placed a new stocking cap on top. Then I'm taking my Got to Be Freezing Blast Spray and I'm spraying the edge of where my hair lines stops. Then I'm going to take my fingers and spread out the product. Now that I’ve spread out the product, I'm taking my blow-dryer and I'm placing it on a cool setting and I'm just going to blow-dry it until is hard and dry. Once its dry, I'm just taking my scissors and I'm going to cut off the excess cap. I just try to take my time and cut off as much as I can.”

*Demonstrates how to cut off excess cap and use the Freezing Blast Spray for adhesiveness*

“So once I'm finished cutting off the cap, I'm taking my face powder and I'm going to place it all over on the cap so that it will match my skin tone and when I part my frontal, it will look more like flesh. Then, I'm taking my Got to Be and I'm going to seal it. That's all for the stocking cap method. Now I'm going to start prepping my skin for my frontal application.”

“I am using glue. So I'm taking my 91% alcohol and I'm going to clean my forehead where I'm going to be placing the glue at and it's going to ensure no makeup, oils or anything that is on your forehead because if you do it's not going to stick. So I use the 91% percent alcohol. So next I'm just going to take my unit and place it on my head and I'm just trying to position it where I want it and I'm taking the front part and pushing it back out my way so it won't get any glue or anything on it. So once I position my unit where I want it, I take my comb and I'm going to part above my ears, right where my ears are at the top and I'm going to take my scissors and just cut that extra lace off so that the frontal can lay nice and flat behind my ear.”

“Once I finished that, that's when I cut off the extra lace in the front where my hairline is. Now, I'm taking my Got to Be and I'm going to be using it as a scalp protector. Next, I'm taking my glue and I'm going to place it like I'm trying to put it like on my forehead, but I don't have much forehead space, so I am putting it on the cap and as you can see, a little of my edges are out. But, I used the hair diagram, and my lace glue remover and it doesn’t pull any of my little hair that I do have left, so just be careful when you're removing it. If you do it properly, then it wont pull your hair out and you will be okay. But since I don't have forehead space, I do put a little on the cap and a little on my edges. So, I'm only putting one layer of this glue on and then I'm going to take my blow dryer on a cool setting and I'm going to blow-dry it. It takes me like five minutes when I blow dry or 15 when I'm not blow drying it and you know it's ready when you tap the glue with your fingers and it just bounce right back it. If it doesn’t string with the glue or anything, that's when you know that it's ready. Now, I'm just taking my time and placing the lace one side at a time and I'm not really pressing in the lace into the glue.”

“I started off using a comb to press it in but I didn't like it so I just started using my fingers. Right here I'm using my 91% alcohol and I just put some on a towel because that little cotton pad I was using was leaving fuzz all over. So, I'm taking my towel and cleaning up the extra glue that was left behind.”

“Next, I had to cut me a few baby hairs. I really don't like extreme baby hairs. So, I'm just taking my razor comb and putting in a few baby hairs. To do my baby hairs, I'm using the Got to Be blasting spray and I spray it on the back of my hand and I take my comb and I just dip it in there, and I do my baby hair. I don't know why I like doing like this. I think it's because it's not real wet. If I was to use like a gel or something and then the glue, they are all  way too dry. So I just like my blasting spray and it works well for me.”

*Demonstrates how to set baby hairs.*

“I’m going to take my curling wand and flatten out my frontal. I'm just putting it on there, flattening everything down so it won't be so bulky. I've been following a girl on YouTube, her name is So Char. She's dope you guys, like, she's so good with frontals! They look so bomb but she used a pressing comb, like a hot comb so I will be picking that up. When she uses it  everything just flips out so good, like oh my god, I love the videos!”

*Demonstrates how to set frontal and demonstrates how to set frontal by using hair jam.*

“Oh! I know y'all are like what is she doing? But y'all,  lately I've been taking my jam and warming it up on back of my hand and placing it in the front like where my frontal is and I really like that look you guys. I know how jam can be greasy sometimes but I'm telling you, my frontal - like it's the next day and I’m running my fingers through it like I don't have any problems with it being greasy or oily. I really love the look and it flat irons so good. So, I'm just taking my jam and I'm just putting it in the front of my frontal and I'm taking my curling wand and pressing it down’” 

*Demonstrates how to press down frontal wit curling wand.*

“So now I'm just taking my curling wand and I'm going to put some big curls all over and I'm going to style it like a push back look.”

*Demonstrates how to create style with unit.*

“Thank you guys so much for watching! I really appreciate it, don't forget to comment down below if you like this look!”

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