The lace width of the T Lace Wig in the front is 13 inches from temple to temple and 5 inches depth in the middle of the parting space and 1-inch width at the end of parting space. It looks like a T shape, that’s why we call it a T Part wig.There are two clips at both side of the cap, and one in the back. The adjustable strap can be adjusted according to your head measure so that the wig will be stable and comfortable to wear.
How To Wear T Part Wig
The method to install a T Part Wig is akin to other wigs, so there will have several brief steps for your reference.
Step 1: Braid your hair into cornrows, and wear a wig cap to prevent damage to your edges while applying the glue.
Step 2: Put on the wig and make sure it aligns with your natural hairline, then cut off the excess lace. Apply wig glue along your edges and blow-dry it.
Step 3: Pull out some strands of hair, and cut to create the baby hairs, use hair mousse to lay the baby hairs, then tie a scarf over the edges for a few minutes.
Step 4: Apply some foundation or concealer to the parting and make it look like scalp, then use a stick wax and hot comb to flat the hairline and parting.
Step 5: Keep the wig original look, or restyle, like crimped, perms, or curled, etc. That’s up to you.
T Part Wig vs Lace Front Wig
Compared with T Part Lace Wig, lace frontal wig has a larger lace size in 13 inches in width by 4 inches in depth. Besides the lace area, there are some discrepancies between them. As to parting space, the lace frontal wig can be parted freely, but the T Part wig suits the middle part merely due to the limited lace area. Another discrepancy is price, the cost of lace frontal wig is higher than T Part wig’s although they are made of the same premium quality human virgin hair. We all know that the cost of superb Swiss lace is a little expensive. Less lace area means cheaper cost.
How to Wash T Part Wig
Washing the T Part wig is simple as well. Firstly, detangle the wig using your fingers or a wide-tooth comb before washing. Secondly, use the lukewarm or cool water to rinse from roots and ends and apply special shampoo throughout the hair, then rinse the hair with clean water. Thirdly, apply conditioner to the hair and avoid the roots because the conditioner would damage the knots and rinse again with cool or lukewarm water. Lastly, using a towel to pat the hair gently and hold it on a mannequin, and air-dry.
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