Ellen Sims: thanks for the tips. Some really good tips. The hairline really looks
Joaquin Meza: Very clear and helpful...you save a life ;)
Greetings from Mexico
TheTrio22: You're a life saver. Wigs are great as a protective style but Ive been so
afraid of them bc of the whole lace front looking obvious thing. You made
this look perfect!
Rochelle Hamilton: Wow genius! Love your baby hair technique
Desiaree' Burris: I'm trying to regrow my edges back. Will a lace front be a good protective
style for that? I wore a lace front for 3 months and I hated to itchy
feeling it gave me so I turned to full headed sew-weaves. Even though I've
heard that lace fronts break off the edges, I also heard that it won't
unless you wear a wig cap or stocking cap:
http://www.braidsbybreslin.com/blog/lacewigtips/. Well anyways, thanks to
you, I'm considering wearing lace fronts while maintaining my natural hair
underneath and giving it the most TLC as possible than what i was able to
do with weaves. Your advice would be greatly appreciated, thank you :)
ciciana bhaka: hi, thanks for tips, where do you order from?
alyssa delgado: I tried this and I messed up my wig, the only thing I was missing was a wig
head. My hair is dark brown and I wanted to buy a auburn wig
Juanita Comer: This is the best information video I have seen. If you make wigs, I want to
know about that too. You are easy to follow and understand.
Stephster90: nice!!! i must get myself a curly wig!!!!!!! love the vid
Jade Thomas: Sooooo helpful! Thanks
nicolprofittkh: U just saved my life. First time wearing wigs and you've helped me make
them look more real. Thank you.
Shameka Damper: Soooo informational! I've never worn a lace front for the simple fact I
didn't know how to wear 1 but after watching this video, I will be
purchasing me 1 or 2 (Lol) & following these simple instructions so a HUGE
THANK YOU!! #IFeelConfidentNow #NewSubbieHere : )
Houston Hunni: Thank you
Luvely Pace: did you cut the wig in the front again after you tweezed it?
Dallas Lewis: Great
ladyboyanya: Great Job!
Jasmine andrade: Thank u love it!
Latanya Tyson: Thank you so much for that tutorial. It was so helpful, I always wanted a
lace front wig but felt like I had seen too many girls walking around with
them on, and it just looked so unrealistic because of the hairline. and I
use to think to myself, what is the point of that, it's like putting on
fake nails with glitter on them that say "Fake Nails" comin atcha! Now I
can try your suggestions.
RESA Richardson: Three Steps to Make your Lacefront Wig Hairline L…:
Joyce Allen: Wow I love this video ...thnk you
Kay Glamazon: Thank this video was sooo helpful
NoCreativeName15: Love it!
divastylyn: Hi tbe wig that was used in thiz tutorial waz it already layered or did you
pink6801: You're so very creative...u go giiiirl
divastylyn: Tbankyou so much for sharing....can gou do this method on straight hair and
BridezillaMartina: @kimkim72 Thank you
BridezillaMartina: @miechajbaybee Thanks
YourgirlMocha: Thanks, it look very natural
BridezillaMartina: @snhembrey Good luck :)
karrington07: Great job, thanks
BridezillaMartina: @ShawneesJourney07 Sure! I can do that when I get my next wig. Stay tuned!
Thanks for watching :)
Skaulitz267: I have a new lace thats straight on top and curls on the bottom. The baby
hairs keep sticking up like flyaways. what do i do?
Geaux Steady: Did this piece come with baby hairs?
Roxie Paris: OMG girl you have saved my life! I am new to lace fronts and just spent a
grip on a few of them and was about to cry when I couldn't get them to look
natural! Now they look fabulous and noone can tell :-) Thanks sooooooooo
ihavenaturalhair: your really good at this.
BridezillaMartina: @heezworthy Thanks so much. Let me know if you have any questions when you
get ready to tweak yours. Take care.
BridezillaMartina: @ihavenaturalhair thanks
BridezillaMartina: @mstinatina Yay! I love meeting other Martinas...lol! Thanks for subbing!
BridezillaMartina: @PunkRockDynasty Hey, I do this all of the time. Just make sure your edges
are slicked back under your wig. And then pull the wig down to cover your
edges. If you can't do that, then camouflage the hair with baby hair from
the wig. You can also try adding some of your face foundation to your edges
if you are wearing a brown/blondish wig. Hoe this helps.
tony: THx! That really helped!
251kbaby: ok I just got my wig today... this is my first lace front so dnt really
know what I'm doing. This maybe a dumb question but, Do you cut the lace
all the way up to the hair line of the wig?? what is the purpose of the
BridezillaMartina: @1helluvawomen Thanks
Decis86: This is the best lace wig or any tutorial on Youtube ever! May God bless
you for sharing it..
BridezillaMartina: @potterylady1 Thanks
destiny5005: Do you have to use glue or tape???
MayCauseKayos: Where can I get Gia or who is it by?
ddgandme: I love it!
BridezillaMartina: @carmelcafe Awesome!
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