Full Lace Wigs
Full lace wigs has a full base made of lace, meaning you can wear the wig in any style you like – which is the main reason many people decide to go for a full lace. The lace makes the wig light on the head compared to other wig bases. Our laces are made of 100% human hair, it can be coloured and bespoke at your desire. You will also be able to style as normal – blow-dry, curl or simply air dry it.
Always choose premium natural human hair lace wigs as they last much longer and they are healthier for your scalp. Use the Full Lace in case you want to change your whole look without actually colouring, cutting or adding extensions to your natural hair as it will be covered inside the wig.
Care and Maintenance
Treat your lace wig as you would treat your own hair by using professional products for washing, moisturising and styling. Do not over process it with colour and heating tools in order to avoid hair damage, burn and breakage. Lace Wigs can be used for a day or up to a week – after that we recommend you remove, wash and replace if desired.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, we offer a tailored colour service in order to achieve your desired hair colour. This includes dying the wig with different dying techniques including balayage when necessary.
Every two weeks.
If you wear your lace wig every day, then it should be washed at least every two weeks. If you use styling products like hairsprays, mousses or gels on your wig every day, you’ll need to wash your wig more often, about once a week.
Step 1: Pre-wash care
Begin by prepping your wig by gently combing through any tangles – it’s best to start from the bottom and work your way up toward the roots.
Step 2: Rinse
Place your wig under the faucet and use cool to lukewarm water to fully submerge it. After rinsing, gently remove the excess water with your hands and get ready to shampoo — do not twist to wring it out.
Step 3: Shampoo
Place a small amount of shampoo into your hands and stroke the hair from roots to ends, keeping the shampoo away from the scalp of the wig —avoid scrubbing or rubbing the hair, as this could damage the strands.
To remove the shampoo, run cool water from the base down to the bottom of the hair. Once you’ve gotten rid of the shampoo and the water runs clear, use a towel to gently blot the hair before applying conditioner.
Step 4: Condition
Work a small dab into the wig, starting at the bottom. Gently comb through the strands with your fingers, keeping the conditioner away from the base of the wig. Once you applied the conditioner, run cold water from the top of the wig down to the ends of the strands, making sure you get rid of all the conditioner before blotting it dry.
Air drying prevents damage and keeps your wig healthier for longer, however if you are in a hurry or wish to style it in a different way, be sure to use the medium-to-low temperature/power settings to avoid damaging the hair.