Creating Realistic-looking Human Hair Wigs
Many people want to have a hairstyle that is different from their natural hair. They may also want a wig with a style that they cannot achieve on their own. If you are in the market for human hair wigs then you’re going to need some curly coiffure! This article will teach you how to create your very own realistic-looking curly coiffure and be able to make any style of wig as long as it’s human hair.
The first thing you need to do is take a look in the mirror and try to visualize what style you would like your wig to be. Take note of how many rows of curls there are, where they curve, etc. Now that you’ve chosen your hairstyle, it’s time for some curly coiffure!
The first step is choosing the proper hair texture. For this article we’ll choose “peruvian body wave” because it can get really big when wet so curl retention will not be an issue once it dries out again. The next thing you’re going to want to do is order some human hair clip ins online or go down town and buy them at Sallys Beauty Supply . They usually sell these things anywhere between $20-$60 depending on the quality and length of your hair.
Once you’ve received your clip ins, it’s time to curl them! So now we’re going to use a curling iron that is just smaller than the circumference of our curls. If they are too small then there is no volume in those coils and if they are too big then we’ll have an extremely frizzy looking wig by the end because all those strands will stick out as soon as they dry completely (which takes about 48 hours depending on which method you choose). You can do this with or without clips; however I find that using them helps keep everything uniform so at least one row has tight spirals instead of separating into two separate rows like what would happen if you were trying to create this type of wig.