Have you dared to take on the daunting task of tweezing your frontal, spent forever plucking strands of hair only to end up with a jacked up hair line or worse bald spot?! Well I fret no more! I have secrets that industry celebrity hairstylist aren’t sharing with us regular girls!
As we dive into complex methods of application of hair weaves and wigs, I think it is important that we touch on some of the basic jargon for those of you who may not be familiar with the language. The first of this series is the difference between a closure and a frontal. For more information in a quick but informative comparison and contrast, keep reading.
So you’ve made a wig or put one on and it’s lumpy and bumpy. What do you do? Don’t worry; I have you covered. Keep reading for 5 EASY tips to make your wig lay FLAT!
As the trend of super laid edges takes over the hair industry, many of us natural sistas find ourselves struggling to get those perfectly laid edges. Fret not sis, I’ve got you covered. Follow these simple steps and I’ll have your natural edges tamed and slayed!
As many of my amazing reader are aware, I love to dabble in the world of weaves and […]
In a previous article, I gave you my honest review of whether or not the Got2B Blasting Freeze Spray would give you an increased hold when used in conjunction with the Got2b Ultra Gel. I did not, however, tell you how to use it. Today’s article will do just that. I have come up with easy-to-follow steps that will guide you through the application process. If you’re interested in learning how to apply a lace wig using G2B Gel and Blasting Freeze Spray, keep reading.
Lace wig wearers around the world have been finding increasingly creative ways to secure their wigs. With the […]
Baie van my lesers vra my dieselfde vraag. Hoekom word my Got2b Gel wit wanneer ek my kantpruik […]
After my previous article, 7 Things They Didn’t Tell You About got2b glued For Your Lace Wig, I […]
I am going to share with you 7 tips I’ve picked up along the way to ensure a secure hold for your lace wigs and frontal units.