There is no denying that 360 Wigs are getting more and more popular due to their most natural appearance. However, some people complain about the wig: “The lace on the lace wig is too stiff so that it often irritates and rubs our skin, and even leaves tiny scratches around the hairline." In order to prevent the lace from scratching, we pull together some simple and convenient ways to soften the lace on a wig.

How To Soften The Lace On Wigs
1. Wig Tape
What I do with the stiff lace on a 360 Lace Wig is to apply some wig tapes on your wig. As a double-sided, medical-grade sticky tape, wig tape can be safer to use on your skin. And, it comes in different strengths and shapes, from strips to small dots, in rolls or singles. You can simply apply some wig tapes to the perimeter hairline area of these lace front wigs, thus securely holding the wig on your head and avoiding scratching.

2. Baking Soda
We know a water softening filter is a little expensive and not easy to get. If you aren’t able to install a water softening filter in your home, it is also useful to use baking soda to soften the lace on lace wigs. By soaking on your 360 Lace Front Wigs with baking soda about every three weeks, your hair will be bouncy, soft, and keep its shine, thus extending the life span of your lace front wigs more or less.

Step One: Prepare a clean container and fill warm water with the container. In this process, make sure you don’t put in too much water; or the tub will overflow when you place your HD lace wig into the container.

Step Two: Use a wide-toothed comb to brush a human hair lace wig to remove any knots or tangles, and place your lace wig human hair into the mixture, making sure it is fully immersed in the solution at the same time.

Step Three: Place a cover over the container to ensure pets and children can’t get into it, and leave the HD lace wig human hair to soak for at least four hours. If possible and time permits, please leave the lace wig to soak overnight.

Step Five: When the soaking time is completed, remove the wig and rinse it with running water as thoroughly as possible.Once you are sure the wig is free of any residue, carefully wash it with a clarifying shampoo again.Next, rinse it again and use a towel to gently squeeze your wig to wring out excess water.

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