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Brazilian Virgin Hair

How to Fit a brazilian virgin hair

by alihair6 months ago

Modern brazilian virgin hair are lightweight, comfortable, natural-looking and easy to style. But if you do not fit it properly, even the highest quality wig will appear lump, bumpy or even crooked on your head. With just a little bit of practice, however, you can feel confident and look beautiful wearing your virgin brazilian hair.

1. Prepare your brazilian virgin hair for the wig to go over it. If you have mid-length or long hair, create flat pin-curls all over your head using small sections of hair and bobby pins. Distribute them evenly over your head so that there are no bumps or lumps.

2. Put a wig liner or wig cap over your pin curls. If you have brazilian virgin hair, no hair or very short hair, you can put on the wig liner without first making pin curls.

3. Hold the wig with both hands at the nape where the label sits.

4. Tilt your head slightly forward. Place the front of the wig above your eyebrows and slide the wig onto your head the way you would a bathing cap.

5. Push

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How to Sew Wig Clips in Brazilian virgin hair

Brazilian virgin hair are meant to help hold a wig on to a person's head. Sometimes wigs are sold already having the clips sewn in. Other times, the wig has no clips sewn in. Having clips makes it less likely that your wig can fall off and reveal what is underneath. If your wig does not have Malaysian virgin hair, you can easily sew them in yourself.

1. Purchase a package of sew-in clips at a beauty supply store. Most beauty supply stores sell these mini clips for use in hair extensions, hair pieces and wigs. You will need at least four clips, but you can sew in more if you would feel more comfortable with more clips in your wig.

2. Position your wig so the front is facing you. You will start sewing in clips at the front of the wig. You will need to sew in at least two clips.

3. Thread your needle with thread. Try to match the thread color to the color of your wig cap or the hair on your wig. Simply stick one end of a 10-inch piece of thread through the eye of the needle. Pull the t

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