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So the closure should not be right on the fore head though you should have a little little hair in the front for it to look most natural
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Im 22, ive been about the closure life since i was 19

do it! get one!


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I'm 22 I've been wearing wigs & closures since 19. Maybe try installing behing the hairline first. Try a u part and use the tmm method.
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Originally posted by iBetYouhNvNika iBetYouhNvNika wrote:

I'm 22 I've been wearing wigs & closures since 19. Maybe try installing behing the hairline first. Try a u part and use the tmm method.


Awesome I'm about to be 21. So make a u part and it came out horribly. I'm just getting my hair done next saturday a  full sew in for now trying to closure and ill be sure to let her know like don't sit it on my forehead lol
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Originally posted by Mznellybby Mznellybby wrote:

I think most young girls are not wearing closures for several reasons.

1. They are not knowledgeable about closures and it's benefits. (Protective style, no leave out = no heat damage)

2. If they are funding their hairstyle themselves it's an extra expense that they may not to be able to afford. It also cost to maintain it (getting it readjusted every so often when the front braid grows out)

3. closures aren't for everybody, depending on how it's installed it may look fake and unflattering which can steer people away from trying it

Couldn't have explained it better myself. 
Closures don't look wiggy when applied properly and it also depends on the type you get (lace, silk base). 
Closures are really costly but worth it. 
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Originally posted by Rumqueen Rumqueen wrote:

Originally posted by Mznellybby Mznellybby wrote:

I think most young girls are not wearing closures for several reasons.

1. They are not knowledgeable about closures and it's benefits. (Protective style, no leave out = no heat damage)

2. If they are funding their hairstyle themselves it's an extra expense that they may not to be able to afford. It also cost to maintain it (getting it readjusted every so often when the front braid grows out)

3. closures aren't for everybody, depending on how it's installed it may look fake and unflattering which can steer people away from trying it

Couldn't have explained it better myself. 
Closures don't look wiggy when applied properly and it also depends on the type you get (lace, silk base). 
Closures are really costly but worth it. 

How can I apply then so they are not "wiggy"?
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Personally, I only use lace closures for that exact reason. They lay flat and never look wiggy. The silk base ones are thicker so it's harder but if applied properly, they can look decent but they'll still look thick and won't lay as flat.
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On something like this do the "knots" need to be bleached
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Originally posted by Bribby Bribby wrote:


On something like this do the "knots" need to be bleached

When knots are bleached, do they make the lace white? I'm darkskinned and my scalp is the same color as my skin.
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