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How Do A 5x5 Closure Wig Work

  • 5x5 Lace Closure Wig is a kind of closure wig, the area of lace part of the wig is 5 inches wide and 5 inches long. It's big enough to do free parting. The lace part is in the middle of the head, and the left part is machine-made. A 5x5 Lace closure wig is sewed with four combs to help you secure the wig. It also comes with an adjustable band at back to adjust the cap size according to your head circumstance easily.


    Whether the medium brown lace color or the transparent lace color, both can give you a natural hairline look, just feel like it is your real hair, so you can choose it based on your skin color.


    Although the handmade lace area of a 5x5 Closure Wig is 5 by 5 inches, which is smaller than the front portion of a 13x4 lace front wig. But it is easier and more convenient for a wig beginner to install, as well as easier to take care of, it is a beginner-friendly wig type.


    A 5x5 Lace closure wig doesn't limit the parting to the middle either, however, with a 5x5 lace closure wig, you need to be careful about the style to avoid exposing the edges. The lace part of the 5x5 lace closure is 5inches by 5inches, the lace area covers your forehead, making it possible to have a natural and beautiful hairline.


    Even if the wigs are 100% friendly to the skin, we can never be sure of whether wig with glue will have some bad effects on the skin or hairline. So here are some steps on putting a 5x5 Closure wig on our head without glue.


    Step1. Cut Off The Excess Lace

    Cut the lace as close to the hairline as you can without actually cutting the hairline.


    Step2.Put On A Wig Cap And Secure A Wig Grip

    If you have long or thick hair, wear a wig cap and push the cap's sides behind the ears first. Secure the wig grip around your hairline, fastening the Velcro in the back.


    Step3. Adjust The Wig Until It Fits Your Head

    Put on your wig, making sure to cover the wig grip. You can use combs inside attached to the front, and one pony pin behind each ear to cover the wig grip. The number of pins needed might vary depending on head size or style used.


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