This is how straight lace front wigs will play out. It's not going to get out, is it? In order to avoid appearing like this, like this, and straight through, I will have to draw your forehead like this. Can you check to see if I can once more prove this to you? Because I really want you to see it, and because I know you want your friends to see it, I'm going to ask you to pull your legs down so that the hairline begins at the front of the hat. If your forehead is fine, then the hairline should start there when you pull your legs down.
I did not sew on the actual lace; rather, I sewed on the reinforcing edge of the hat while I was sewing my forehead. During the entire process of sewing my forehead, I sewed the reinforcing edge of the hat. I will not be stitching on the tape that covers the dome. It's possible that you'll need to give lace frontal a few tries before you get it right. It makes no difference, but I use a needle to disengage the elastic band from the fabric. This is what I mean when I talk about a reinforced edge, in case you are not familiar with the term. So this is what we look like.
We are also at the beginning of the forehead, such as the position of the hair on the forehead, because this is the really important measurement that we are looking for. We will keep track of the lace, so there is no need to measure it. This is actually perfect because the measurement of 15. 5 inches is ideal for the clients I serve.
She does not want to put it directly on the hairline because her forehead has a lot of space and it would look strange. I would like for us to clean the hat so that I can maintain the size of 15.5 inches and the hat won't move while we take the first picture, which I want to be taken as close to the front of the room as possible. I used my wavy collection to create three bunches that I sewed together. Only half of the first bundle was multiplied by two. I cut the track in half when I was about two inches away from the front edge, and then I started sewing on the bottom track. After that, I saw that track again and again, and then I finally put the tracks back together.
It is imperative that you nail the track down firmly before you flip it. It's very good, but there isn't much depth to straight lace front wigs at all. When the two tracks are so close together that they might as well be kissing, we combine them. On this side, I will proceed in the same manner. This is something that I always do when I get to the front edge. It would appear that we have only completed one bundle at this point. I'm going to go ahead and sell the other two right now.
Only fifty percent of the second bundle was doubled. I've just been going from left to right and slowing down. You can see that our heads are getting higher and higher as we continue to add bundles. Well, this is still the second bundle. What you need to do now is make sure that you smile and that you keep smiling, and then you need to tell them that you are doing well here, which is why you still want to do it, you understand what I mean? Use the same turning method, but I want to make sure that I smile, not like a straight person, like you from that straight place, like you, you see, are you smiling now? instead of continuing to you, we will start to walk left and right, so when I get here, I will not walk up again; instead, I want to start turning over, and then I do this from right to left, from right to right. I want to make sure that I smile. I won't set it up until I get to the front, and then we'll go through it, so that when you get to the top, you won't be in the front but you will be very close to it, just like here. You don't want to sew at the top because you want to be as seamless and flat as human hair lace front wigs can be. Be careful not to cut the excess fabric too close to the seam when you are trimming kinky curly lace front wigs from under the front.