I kept in in for almost 2 weeks...back to tips...
Next Step -
Determine how much of YOUR EDGES you are going to leave out. I left out like 1/2 an inch on the straight across. Don't leave out too much.
- Use hair pins or silver clips to section hair off that will NOT BE SEWED down...this is your hair edges in the FRONT ONLY.
-Attach black dome cap first (ONLY IF YOU HAVE A LOT OF GRAY HAIR - You don't want if a wig weft moves people see all these gray root).
-Then attach net weave cap
At this point, don't worry you do not need to sew down anything at this point.
Next step -
- Attach wig and pin it down as if you are going to wear it.
---- I used three pins across the front and three pins around the back
----This is just to help in the sewing process, so the wig wont move, they will be removed as you sew in the wig.
---Slowly gather the wig in the front and back with your hands and put in a ponytail.
MAIN TIP -
When sewing in the wig, I left a little string at the end of each area so when it was time to cut it out, I had a guide, remember the wig will cover any 1 inch weave thread. It helped me when it was time to take the wig out.
DON'T WORRY, WHEN YOU start sewing down the wig, it will stay on your head, take your time and sew it close. If you want to be even more secure, after all the edges are done, front and back....
Then lift up a weft in the middle and sew the wig track to your net wig cap.
I did not do that step....but say you plan to keep this in for say 2-4 weeks then you SHOULD be all means sew down more of the wig to the net cap.
Edited by sunshine321511 - Oct 08 2014 at 3:48pm