How To Wear A Wig With Long Hair

Wearing a human hair wig doesn't just mean putting it on your head. The first thing you need to do to make your wig look its best and natural is to prepare your hair carefully. You never want to see your hair peeking out of the wig or the wig falling out. But long hair can make your wig difficult to wear.If you're wondering how to hide your long hair under your wig, this article will provide you with the answer.


Method 1: Wrapping Braids around Your Head

Divide your hair into 2 or 4 sections, depending on the thickness of your hair. If your hair is not too thick, divide your hair into two sections from front to back. If your hair is thicker, divide each side vertically into 2 sections so that you can divide your hair into 4 sections.


Start braiding near the base of the scalp. If you are only braiding 2 sections, you can start each one from behind the ears. Braid your hair and divide it into three sections: left, middle, and right. Put the right side in the middle, so it becomes the middle part. Put the left side in the middle, so it becomes the middle section. Continue alternating back and forth until you have braided your hair down. Secure with a hair tie.


Take a freshly braided piece and wrap it around the top of your head, then secure the braid to the back of your head with a bobby pin. Once the entire braid is wrapped, add bobby pins around it until it stays in place.


Bring the other braid around from the back and wrap it in the other direction, placing it directly under the first braid. Secure it in place with bobby pins as you go to complete the front braid. Be careful not to overlap the braids.


Method 2: Low Buns

The back of the neck is the ideal place to hide your hair under the wig. Most wigs stretch a little more at the back of the neck to accommodate it. If your hair is long enough, you can coil it up, tuck it under a wig cap, put on the wig, and as the wig stretches, the bun will be wrapped in the wig.


How to make a low bun: Comb your hair and put it into a low ponytail at the back of your neck. Tie the ponytail securely and wrap it around itself into a small bun. Finally, secure the bun with a hair tie.


Method 3: Making Cornrows

Use a comb to divide your hair into small rows at a time. Draw a line from front to back along the scalp. Start from one side of the head and cross it. The hair should be only 1 to 2 inches in length.


Begin braiding cornrows by dividing an area into 3 small sections. Starting at the front of the scalp, form a row and create 3 even sections from the front part of the row. Pass the right side section under the middle section to make it the middle section. Pass under the middle through the left side to make it the middle section.


Add the hair to each side of the braid. Pull the hair to the right part of the row you are working on. Add the hair to the left side, also from the row you are working on. This is much like a French braid, but you are combing the hair under the cornrows instead of on top. You only need to add the next bit of hair, about 0.5 inches or so.


Continue braiding the section and then secure it with a hair tie. Continue braiding along your braided hair. When you reach the bottom of your scalp, add the remaining hair in that section to the braid and braid a regular braid the rest of the way. Use a hair tie to secure it in place.


Repeat in small sections on the scalp. When you're done, the braids should form a series of neat rows that run from the front of your head to the back of your hairline. Secure each braid with a hair tie.


Pin the braids to your hair. Twist a few braids together and wrap them around the back of your head near the base of your scalp. Secure them in place with large bobby pins. Please do the same for the rest of the braid tails, trying not to overlap them.


As a wig wearer, it is essential to know how to hide your hair under the 100% human hair wigs. The above has introduced three ways to hide long hair under wigs. You can find the method that suits you in practice.


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