A 360 full lace wig is a type of wig that is constructed with a 360 lace frontal and wefts of hair extensions sewn onto a wig cap. The 360 lace frontal is a lace piece that covers the entire perimeter of the head, from ear to ear, allowing for a natural-looking hairline and the option to part the hair in any direction.
A 360 full lace wig offers flexibility and customizability in contrast to typical wigs, which have a fixed section and few styling options. With a 360 full lace wig, you can wear your hair up in a bun, high ponytail, or any other style since the lace frontal creates the appearance of a scalp-level hairline and hair growth.
360 full lace wigs can be tailored to match the color, texture, and length of your own hair and come in a variety of hair kinds, including human and synthetic hair. They are preferred by those who constantly alter their hairstyles but don't want to harm their natural hair, as well as by those who endure hair loss as a result of illnesses or medical procedures.
How to make a 360 full lace wig?
Making a 360 full lace wig can be a time-consuming process, but with the right materials and tools, it is possible to create a beautiful and natural-looking wig. Here are the steps to make a 360 full lace wig:
- 360 lace frontal
- Weave hair bundles
- Wig cap
- Sewing needle and thread
- Wig stand or mannequin head
- Adhesive (optional)
- Hair clips
Take the measurement of the circumference of your head and compare it with the size of the 360 lace frontal to ensure that it will fit properly.
Prepare the wig cap by placing it on a wig stand or mannequin head. Use hair clips to secure it in place.
Sew the weave hair bundles onto the wig cap using a sewing needle and thread. Start from the bottom of the wig cap and work your way up, leaving the area around the perimeter of the cap open.
Place the 360 lace frontal on top of the wig cap and align it with the front hairline. Use hair clips to secure it in place.
Sew the 360 lace frontal onto the wig cap, starting at the sides and working your way around the perimeter of the cap. Use a straight stitch and a matching thread color to attach the lace frontal to the wig cap.
Cut off any excess lace from the 360 lace frontal using a pair of scissors. Be careful not to cut into the hairline.
Style the wig as desired, using a flat iron, curling iron, or other heat styling tools. Apply adhesive around the perimeter of the wig cap if desired, to secure it in place.
And that's it! With these steps, you can create your own 360 full lace wig that will look natural and beautiful.