How to wear a wig

Choose the right wig: Select a wig that matches your desired style, color, and length. Make sure to choose a wig that fits your head size comfortably.

Prepare your hair: If you have long hair, it's best to braid or pin it flat against your head to create a smooth base. For shorter hair, you can simply comb it back or use a wig cap to hold it in place.

Put on a wig cap (optional): A wig cap can help keep your natural hair in place and provide a smooth surface for the wig to sit on. If you choose to wear one, stretch it over your head and secure it with bobby pins around the edges.

Adjust the wig: Hold the wig by the ear tabs and align it with your natural hairline. Gently slide it onto your head, starting from the front and working your way back. Adjust the wig so that it sits comfortably and looks natural.

Secure the wig: Most wigs come with adjustable straps or hooks at the back. Use these to tighten or loosen the wig for a snug fit. You can also use bobby pins to secure the wig to your own hair or wig cap for added stability.

Style the wig: Once the wig is securely in place, you can style it as desired. You can use a comb or brush specifically designed for wigs to gently style the hair. Be careful not to pull too hard or use excessive heat, as wigs are often made from synthetic fibers that can be damaged.

Blend with your natural hair: If you're wearing a wig that's a different color or style from your natural hair, you may want to blend the wig with your own hairline and edges. You can use concealer or foundation to match the color of the wig to your skin tone and create a seamless transition.

Make final adjustments: Take a moment to check the wig from all angles and make any necessary adjustments. Ensure that it feels comfortable and secure on your head.