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    Posted: Nov 05 2012 at 7:33am
Ok, so it's been a while since I posted on this forum, but I'm back to ask some questions and hopefully get some good responses.

A while ago I posted some info about me and my hair in a thread on the forum. Basically, I'm mixed race and used to have long curly hair which would look really nice when it was styled or straightened, but would turn into a sweaty mess whenever I went on a night out; this defeated the purpose of having it, as that's the time I wanted it to look it's best! So I shaved it all off as I couldn't be bothered with it, and now two years later, I want to grow it again as I miss it so much!

I've been doing research on how to take better care of curly, mixed hair and what ranges of products to use and how to use them, so I'm hoping to have an easier time managing it this time, BUT there's still the issue of keeping it nice when I go out. That's why I've decided that wearing a lace wig behind my hairline that mimics my natural hair (curly or straightened) may be an excellent idea for when I go out and want my hair to still look nice. 

I've done some searching on this forum but haven't found much on behind the hairline apps, only a few posts. How many of you on here wear your lace fronts behind your natural hairline and what advice can you give to someone who wants to start? Any info/pics/tips you guys can give would be super appreciated. I hope to get some good responses! xxxxx
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rmCyrjFMh5A&feature=channel&list=UL


That is a really good video I think. :]

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I've seen this video, I really like her way of doing it, it looks very natural on her
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Yeah I'm hoping to do it today. Hope it turns out good. :]
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You still haven't purchased a unit yet Wisney?
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Lol Miss VW!
Cmon now Wisney- push the button!
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Lol yes,please push the button!

But to answer your question, a really good way is to use the Tootsie method.      All you'd have to do is part however you want and place the unit behind. Simple, easy, takes 5 minutes or less.
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Originally posted by Wisney Wisney wrote:

Ok, so it's been a while since I posted on this forum, but I'm back to ask some questions and hopefully get some good responses.

A while ago I posted some info about me and my hair in a thread on the forum. Basically, I'm mixed race and used to have long curly hair which would look really nice when it was styled or straightened, but would turn into a sweaty mess whenever I went on a night out; this defeated the purpose of having it, as that's the time I wanted it to look it's best! So I shaved it all off as I couldn't be bothered with it, and now two years later, I want to grow it again as I miss it so much!

I've been doing research on how to take better care of curly, mixed hair and what ranges of products to use and how to use them, so I'm hoping to have an easier time managing it this time, BUT there's still the issue of keeping it nice when I go out. That's why I've decided that wearing a lace wig behind my hairline that mimics my natural hair (curly or straightened) may be an excellent idea for when I go out and want my hair to still look nice. 

I've done some searching on this forum but haven't found much on behind the hairline apps, only a few posts. How many of you on here wear your lace fronts behind your natural hairline and what advice can you give to someone who wants to start? Any info/pics/tips you guys can give would be super appreciated. I hope to get some good responses! xxxxx

I know your interested in lace wigs but have you ever thought of a U Part wig?
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Originally posted by Missvw Missvw wrote:

You still haven't purchased a unit yet Wisney?

Lollll, no i haven't, I know, it's been a long time! Half of it is money, i really am on the breadline, and then the other half is that I realised that I would always be paranoid that my hairline looks suspect and I'm quite a paranoid person anyway, so I would never be able to relax.

I decided last week I was just going to grow my hair back and I thought that if I was able to use my own hairline, I'd feel way better about having a wig on. And I liked my hair a lot anyway, the reason I cut it really was because it would never stay nice whenever I went out, so I figure I can have the best of both worlds if I grow it out to the length I want and then just use a wig behind the hairline when I'm going out or I wana give my hair a break from styling. I'm lucky because my hair is the same texture as chinese hair when it's straight.

With a u-part, wouldn't the leave out on top just start to frizz if it got sweaty or even if it just rained? 


Quick question: if you do a behind the hairline app, can you ever wear your hair pulled back, or even the sides pulled back?
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Originally posted by Blossom8186 Blossom8186 wrote:

Lol yes,please push the button!

But to answer your question, a really good way is to use the Tootsie method.      All you'd have to do is part however you want and place the unit behind. Simple, easy, takes 5 minutes or less.

That does seem the best way. I think I'd still like to use a bit of tape just on the edge of the wig cap in the front, just edging into the parting space on my hairline, just to feel a bit more security
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