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Whether they’re made from Brazilian hair or synthetic fibers, wigs can help you completely change your look or help you when you’re dealing with hair loss. Find out how to wear a wig properly in order to get a natural look, plus a few excellent tips for ombre hair weave.
Once you know more about what wearing a wig entails, you’ll be able to make the right choice for the look you want and get compliments for your cheap human weave that looks perfectly natural.
Choose the Right ColorWhile a wig can be any color you want for a costume party, if you want a natural look, you’ll have to accept some restrictions when it comes to the color of your wig. To decrease the chances of your hair looking fake, simply start with your natural hair color and go up to three shades darker or lighter. 
You can also change your colour based on season, with darker shades in the colder months and lighter for spring and summer.
Don’t Be Afraid to Have It CustomizedThe biggest don’t when you’re wondering how to wear a wig properly is to simply take it out of the box and put it on. Some wig sellers also offer customization services, but you’re better off if you take your wig to your hairstylist to create the perfect look for you. Whether it’s made from human hair or synthetic fibres, a wig will always look better when it’s customized with a style that suits your face shape.
Maintain Your Wig With the Right ProductsEven if you purchase a cheaper, synthetic wig, you should still invest in products specifically created to keep it looking it best. For wigs made of human hair, you need gentle products that are targeted to colour-treated hair. Make sure you’re purchasing sulphate-free products for your wig in order to help it look better for longer.
Leave Lace Front Wigs to the pros when you’re thinking of getting a lace-front, the issue of how to wear a wig properly becomes much more complicated. Accidents happen even for celebrities who have a team of professionals at hand, so only go for lace-front wigs once you’re already used to the regular kind. The chances of it becoming visible are higher for these types of wigs.
Don’t Keep Your Natural Hair Completely HiddenIf it’s possible, using your natural hair to disguise a wig is a great tip, especially in the hairline area. The crescent shape of wigs that are under the natural hairline is often the clue that gives it away. Of course, your natural hair should match the wig’s colour exactly, so this isn’t a tip that works for every wig wearer.
Keep the Shine In CheckBesides your hairline, one of the biggest giveaways when wearing a wig is the unnatural shine, that you experience mostly with synthetic wigs. When it comes to shine, the one thing you need to know about how to wear a wig properly is that you can use both hair powder in two ways to reduce it. You can distribute it evenly by using a hairbrush, or for an even better effect, you can try a special wig wand.


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