Over the past few weeks in the salon I've had a ton of consults and it seems that almost all the girls are having the same concern. They want to know how to get the edges of their hair to grow again.
But what you must know is almost each one these girls wore lace wigs!
And more importantly, none of them used any adhesives to attach the wig… they used either hair pins, or the comb attachments that are sewn into the wig.
So, if all of these ladies are wearing Lace Wigs with no adhesive, what's causing the breakage?
The answer is simple. The hair is not being protected and depending on the type of lace being used, it could be strong enough to break the clients hair off around the edges and in the front near the fringe.
What's the best way to combat this?
By simply wearing a wig cap or stocking cap prior to attaching the Lace Wig.
This will help protect the hair underneath the wig. It's also important to ensure you're shampooing and conditioning the hair on a regular basis.
Just doing these few things will help preserve the integrity of your hair if you're wearing a Lace Wig with or without adhesives.
Also using Dr. Miracles Temple Balm is not a bad idea if you're thinning in those areas. I used this product myself and it worked wonders for my hair.
Another favorite of mine is Nioxin. I've seen this product work for so many of my clients. It's a great product that promotes growth for thinning.
This was just another tid bit of information to help you out!
I hope you enjoyed.