Only a right-sized 13x4 Lace Wig can offer comfort, confidence, perfection, and an elegant look. If the wig is too big, there are chances of slipping off. On the other hand, if the wig is too small and tight, it will not cover your hairline adequately and may expose the scalp. So, finding out the right size is what matters about purchasing a good wig.
Before taking the measurement, ensure that your 13x4 Lace Frontal is made as flat as possible. You can either tightly pull back all your hair and secure it or can make multiple braids and have a wig cap over it. If you take the measurements on puffy or frizzy hair, the measurements won’t be accurate.
Measurement 1: Circumference
The circumference is the way around your 13x4 Lace Front Wigs hairline. Using the tape measure by placing the end of the tape at your hairline. Then circle the tape around your head till it meets the middle. Make sure that your tape is not over your ear.
Measurement 2: Front To Nape
Further, this is the measurement from 13x4 Lace Frontal Wig to back. Place the end of your measuring tape at your hairline and measure down to the middle of your head.
Measurement 3: Ear To Ear Across The Forehead
Place one end of your measuring tape right by one of your ears and bring it all the way across your hairline till you get to the other ear.
Measurement 4: Ear To Ear Over Top
This step begins and ends in the same way as we did in the previous one, with a slight difference in the middle. Just like what you did on the previous step, place the end of the tape right over one of your ears and then bring it across the top of your head and stop right over the other ear.
Measurement 5: Temple To Temple Round Back
Temple is the portion at the edges of your eyebrows. Place the end of your measuring tape on one of your temples and then bring it across on the other side ending at the other temple.
Measurement 6: Nape Of Neck
The nape of neck measurement measures the width of your hair at the nape of your neck. Place the end of the tape at the edge of your hairline and measure to the other end of the hairline.
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