Whether you choose to attach your unit with an adhesive or tape, it's completely up to you. Both adhesives and tapes offer daily, weekly and monthly attachments that can be used for the lace wig units. Be sure to purchase the solvent or remover to properly remove the unit. Please make note that daily/weekly attachment methods cause more wear and tear on your hair system and it is a good idea to have a back-up unit, just in case.
<p align="justify">Please note each attachment method depends on your individual pattern of hair loss, personal life-style and desire for security. When you receive your unit, it will have about 4 inches of extra lace around the perimeter. Your stylist should place the unit on your head and determine how much lace should remain before cutting away. After your unit has been trimmed, your stylist will apply an adhesive to the hairline, being careful to not get the adhesive in your hair (please note that some adhesives will require an application on the hairline AND the lace). The lace is then applied over the adhesive and secured by rolling the back end of a hair comb over the lace to ensure that everything is completely flat. Depending on the type of adhesive used, you may need to hold the unit in place and allow the adhesive to dry. A hair dryer on a cool setting will work. Once the glue has completely dried, the hair can be cut and/or styled.</p>
<p align="justify">You will find that everyone has their own style of applying lace wigs. While one person may choose to apply the adhesive and unit inch by inch, others may choose to apply it to the entire front hairline before putting on the unit. Some prefer to adhere some of the baby hairs down to help conceal the lace and/or "shine" that some adhesives create, however, some stylists prefer to "airbrush" the hairline.</p>
Yes, however you have to wear your hair as flat as possible (i.e. in cornrows) underneath. It is also best to have your own scalp showing (parts) when you wear the unit as it creates a more natural, realistic look. I tends to look very unnatural if you have dark hair and lighter skin, but when you part your hair, you see a dark scalp. If you are unable to show your own scalp through your parts, wig caps work perfectly to conceal your hair colour and create a natural scalp colour.
<p align="justify">Lace Front wigs have lace only in the front, creating a realistic and natural looking hairline. Full Lace wigs contain lace throughout or around the entire base making it possible to wear your unit in a ponytail and creating a realistic and natural looking hairline around the entire unit.</p>
<p align="justify">Lace wigs are made with a mesh-like lace material in the front, around the edges or all over in which individual hair strands are hand-tied. The lace is designed to blend in with your own scalp creating a natural, realistic looking hairline. When properly worn, with special adhesives, the hairline can be so realistic looking and virtually undetectable, giving the appearance of natural growing hair. These are the same wigs that many celebrities wear.</p>