Leave out a small portion of your hair for your wigs. If your lace front is a full headed one, cut a part with scissors in order to let out a piece of your hair towards the crown. Tweeze the hairline to your liking to make it look realistic. Be sure to thin out the perfectly straight line hairline. Be careful not to tweeze too much! Part the wig as you go through and customize the hairline. You do not want to part the wig and realize you have created a bald spot.
Parting the wig according to your face and liking. You can apply the foundation or eye shadow using a basic brush or sponge. Along with the foundation, you may use a dark mascara to blend any hairs that are not matching your natural hair. The purpose it to conceal any discoloration , so that people cannot tell where your hair begins and ends.
The way you position and place your lace front wig is another vital factor to making sure your lace front wig looks as natural as possible. The steps on how to put on a lace front wig are super easy and it all starts with your natural braided hair. Braid your hair straight back , do not group the braids and sew them down because you will create an uncomfortable bulging mass of hair at the nape of your neck and no stocking or wig cap will be able to compress that.
Style your edges. Take some Helmet Head Hairspray and spray it on a bristle brush or toothbrush. Hold down your frontal wig and shape your baby hairs the way you want your baby hairs on your frontal to be.