Brazilian hair with closure is one type of hair that every modern woman must have. It offers the most natural look and feel. Moreover, it has no damage to your hair, you can switch hairstyles in minutes, and it’s very ideal for women dealing with hair thinning and hair loss. These bundles can last for years depending on how well you maintain them. I am going to show you how you can quickly make your own wig using Brazilian hair bundle with closure without breaking the bank.
First of all, when making a human hair wig, choose a wig that blends well with your skin tone. A wig made from virgin Brazilian hair bundles with closure is a good choice.
The Virgin Brazilian Hair Bundles with Closure Wig
This low maintenance wig has Brazilian Hair With Closure and a natural part that is lace or silk based. This makes it very smooth, which allows the wig to lay flat on your hair. Hair closure is ideal when your natural hair doesn’t blend well with weaves or extensions. Buy a closure that matches your skin tone for a more natural look.
Making the Wig
A Styrofoam wig block, wig stand, weaving set (includes a weaving cap, scissors, tweezers, hair sewing thread, and needle, foundation, and hair products), wig cap with a mesh lining, three pieces weft and one piece closure Brazilian hair.
Measure your head and adjust your wig block accordingly. Create and secure a pattern of your head on the wig block. For a larger head circumference, continually wrap tape around the wig head until it fills out the difference. With the head block attached to the wig stand, use pins to secure the cap on the head block, pinning the elastic dome along the front, above the ears and along the nape of the neck and the pinning the unhooked elastic bands down.
Fixing the weave:
Cut the weave bundles to fit the circumference of the wig cap, and secure them from back to front. Start laying the tracks in a U-shape pattern. Use your fingers to space the tracks. Space the tracks much closer as you start to get closer to the top of the head. Use either a needle and thread, hair glue and blow dryer, or a hot glue gun and glue sticks to secure the hair down.
If using the thread and needle technique (the most secure method yet takes the longest time to install), sew the wig under the edge of the cap, then use the top and full methods to secure the wefts. Secure the sides of your wefts before flipping over to minimize hair shedding with time.
The previously laid U-shape tracks will ensure that you have several tight, neat loop and pull stitches. With your tracks in an upside-down U-shape, keep sowing until you feel that it is time to add the closure. Now sow the track all the way around. Mark the path where you want the closure to go using an eye pencil. Finally, add the closure.
To reduce irregularities, cut off any excess mesh and even out the hair using scissors to personalize your look. Using tweezers, pluck out random strands of hair to clean up your part and create a smooth transition to your natural hair. Use foundation makeup to match any exposed material of the wig to your scalp. Use talc powder to remove any shine.
Using your fingers, separate the curls in your wig to create hair volume. Should you want to color your hair, it is recommended you do it before sewing in the wefts.
Test The Wig:
Remove the wig and set it aside. Add a wig band or wig comb to the inside of your wig to make it secure when wearing. Apply the wig tape and then the wig. Place your wig just behind your natural hairline.
A wig made from Brazilian hair bundles and closure has 100% human hair. It protects your hair and is free from harsh chemicals. You can perm, color or treat it the way you want. With proper care, this wig can last up to a year.