I agree with the other girls - this my input though.
The hair itself whether it is KS, or whatever is secondary to the install. It's the hairline and the 'part' that is always the focus because that's how you can tell it it's a wig. Umm in this case .. it looks like a wig that you set up on your head. Reasons...
- the 'part' is too dense. There is hardly any 'scalp' showing so you need to tweeze the part .. a lot
- the unit appears to be 'floating' on your head .. like the unit is not flat to your head. You need glue and tape to really 'install' the unit.
- when the hair on your forehead ends - right away .. you see your smooth skin. This is not natural. You need to create a transition between the two - meaning creating baby hairs of some sort. The way you get the baby hairs (make them quite short and thin) lay down is with a touch of adhesive
- When I see the close up .. I see the grids and then I see your black hair peeking through the grids. You need to utilize one of the many way to disguise this. The one way is the Colban self adhesive strips - but there are many ways. You have to get rid of those grids though.
- I see where the weft begins too so this is not a Full Lace wig. A full lace wig does not have wefts. They hand tie the knots all over the unit. So you need to somehow disguise the weft showing like it does
- In one pic I see you have applied makeup to the 'part' but this makes the color of your 'scalp' a different 'hue' than the color of your skin - so it looks odd. This is a difficult thing to achieve actually
Anyway, I am not trying to be hard on you
- I am just telling you what I see ... so that you can correct or improve your apllication.
Hey,we all had to start somewhere so keep plugging .. you will get there!
Edited by Becky - Jan 01 2013 at 2:43pm