A. Perkins: You always doin videos that don't show anything. Even with this one you not
showing much of anything then you say go to this link to see how I sew down
this wig and it shows nothing. You just made me waste 5 minutes I can't get
back...what a joke you are.
Cali Heaven: protective styling
Yoli184: Could u use a weaving net instead of the wig cap to sew it down?
Also: what made u leave the edges out?
Chay Johnson: Do you sew it down in the front by the hairline as well???
50LittleMama: Wow I would have never thought of that sew down method. I have alopecia in
front so maybe once I get a human hair lace front maybe for vacations I
could glue the front and sew the back all the way around. Of course I would
have to have my sister do that for me. Did you sew it your self? And was
that a sturdier wig cap than usual?
meechie2cute: I loved that wig, but gave it away a few years back when I made room for
the rest of them.
hairlovinrc: The unit is soo pretty
meechie2cute: Thank you!
samLones: Hi Meechie! Thank you for the informative videos. I have a few more
questions: Is this a glueless wig or a regular full lace wig with stretch?
What type of lace is it (french or swiss)? Have you experienced tearing or
damage to your wig due to this method? I'm so eager to try this out, I hope
that it looks as good as yours does.
Ari Luvlace: with this technique can you rock a high bun or pony ?
diordiva: you look nice
meechie2cute: No, you dont need it. If the unit is sewn down flat and tight the lace
should lay flat to your head therefore no needing glue. I have/will use
glue at some point if I choose to.
Simply_Kaisha: Soooo natural!
montanadeleon1: did they sew the front down or just around back from ear to ear?
jamesgirl37: You look so pretty as always :)
meechie2cute: They are pricey but worth every dime....
jaygirlstyle: Awesome videos, thank you! Do you ever have problems with the edges of the
lace coming unraveled from the sewing??
meechie2cute: Thank you.
epd0126: please answer, we are all asking the same question..Do you glue or tape the
front when you sew your lace wig down
shebabawow: There is absolutely no adhesive on this application of that lace unit?
ash rob: You have the best wig application...they look like sew ins your leave out
makes it look so natural
meechie2cute: Thank you!
Evilkitty64: Lovely curl pattern! Love this one on you!
2985chrischris: Looks great! Love your ideas!
The Helen Show: I can never get that to look right in the front my wigs are a little too
big I think. I will have to try again when my hair grows back. You look
gorgeous as usual.
meechie2cute: Thanks girl!
jamesgirl37: I'm real sick did my last vid explaining I didn't go in to all details but
Yah I'm realllllllly sick lol but I watch vids here in there but how are
you pretty lady?:)
meechie2cute: This Beverly is made with Afro kinky hair, not kinky curly. It is a custom
MsLux25: You are so beautiful Meechie
nkechi85: great vid. i've tried to sew down mine before but it still seems like the
lace shows....do you have that issue?? Can you show a pic of the hair
pushed back? Do you glue the very front.
xMika03: how do you moisturize?
themrsbaker2011: So did you sew the front down as well or just the sides and back
miasharee83: I'm glad I watched I was thinking I needed to sew it down in the middle but
could I add fabric in thr middle as a way to reinforce the cap and add
meechie2cute: Red out works, but I used toner and it worked magic.
meechie2cute: Thank you! He was shy...lol
Monebyrd: Thanks sooo much for sharing! Y'all are soo cute!
meechie2cute: Thank you..it does not that well with an oversized unit, it needs to be
smaller than your regular unit.
afrikahchick: wow!!! it looks so natural. amazing!!!! :-)
meechie2cute: I am glad it could help.
meechie2cute: When I wear my hair in side braids it is pushed back and my natural edges
show through. The way the hair is sewed makes it tight enough to the front
to lay flat and smooth. It depends on how well it is secured. That is why I
go to my stylist, she does not do this, but I know exactly how I want it
and she does as I recommend cause I cant do the back tight myself.
Kristin Clarke: love it! how easy is it to wash and take care of your hair under the sew
in? Any tips would be appreciated!
a-beni Ford: PLEASE READ: ive been eyeing beverly for awhile know but it looks nothing
like that on the website what did you do to make it look like that??
Chanel8791: Love the look on you.
meechie2cute: Thank you!
Sweetheartbabez: can you make another video like an actual tutorial of how you sew the front
down?? thats where i have the problem
meechie2cute: I will, my knots were a mess for a few days and then i corrected them.
meechie2cute: Awe...thank you for watching.
fatimama7: Your hair looks beautiful and natural :-)
LaTonya602: LOVE the hair. I' me looking soo forward for your video on how to correct
the orange after bleaching your knots. TOTAL FAIL! :( I tired Clairol
Shimmer Lights, and had just alil to no success.... and Sally's don't carry
the Red Out.... As always thanks for sharing sweetie =)
meechie2cute: The front is not sewn down just slightly above my ears. When you sew down
the front it looks weird to me and off.
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