| Cream1970 wrote:|
Mine have always come out very well, but I think the hardest part is picking a cap that works for YOU. In doing cap research, I found that EVERY cap out there had equally conflicting reviews.
I started with dome caps, then tried mesh caps, and then strangely, the mesh cap I thought I'd like the least, and had the worst reviews, was my favorite.
I have a big head and quite a bit of thick, medium length hair. I thought that I HAD to use a dome cap. One I tried mesh caps, I haven't looked back. So much lighter, cooler, dries so quick and flatter.
I used to use wig combs and bobbie pins,but now I sew to my perimeter. I take down completely and rebraid and wash and deep condition my own hair every 3 weeks.
The only major fail I've had was an attempted glue gun w/ keratin sticks wig. The glue seeped thru the wig and was hot, stiff and scratchy. And the keratin glue wasn't as secure as even regular glue gun glue.
I'm a lot quicker now. At 1st, it took me about 5 hrs, now about 3 and my wig lasts 4-6 months.
I DO want to try the infamous "flip over method" or get a closure.
The flip over method is pretty cool, but personally for me i have to use it with wavy hair, or curly hair.... because of blending purposes.. the only downfall is the of course the cutting the front wefts into little one inch pieces... but i never had problems with it