Saturday, June 2, 2018

Making U Part Wig with Malaysian Virgin Hair Bundles

Malaysian Virgin hair extensions are known for their lustre and high level of quality. Their nature makes it possible for them to blend with your natural hair. Asides from wearing them as extensions sewn to your natural hair, they can be made into a wig. 

This blog post is a step by step procedure on how to do a U-part wig with Malaysian virgin hair bundles. U-part wigs are wigs that have a hole in the middle with the shape of a U. With this hole, you can blend your natural hair into the wig to create a part that looks natural. With these understood, below is a step by step procedure for making your wig.


Tools
Hair oil and cream, Rat-tail comb,
Styrofoam wig head,
Stand for wig head,
Wig-making cap, weaving cap, or spandex cap (black),
Sewing pins or straight pins,
Tailor's chalk or colored eyeliner,
Scissors,
Curved sewing needle,
Strong thread,
Hair combs or wig clips
2 to 3 bundles of wefted hair.





Steps:

  1. Put Together Your Wig Cap and Wig head, properly place your wig cap on your styrofoam wig head. Draw a U-shaped part on the wig cap. You can make use of a white chalk used by dress makers. If Incase you want a side part, make sure that you do it on the right side of the wig cap.
  2. Place the wig head onto a stable stand. Turn your wig cap inside out. Then pin it to the wig head, and proceed to sew your first weft. Ensure the weft goes from ear-to-ear following the bottom edge of the cap. Move your thread down across the weft. Youre done with the bottom. Now for the top, push the needle through the wig cap and back out. Keep sewing till you get to the other side. Ensure you don't cut your weft. Tie the weft firmly to the wig cap.It is advisable that the distance of your weft is the same as the distance between your ears right along your back hair line.
  3. Turn the cap over and proceed with your sewing. Turn your wig cap with the right-side-out and sew the weft unto the wig cap.Cut the weft, and start your next row. The new row should start half or a quarter inch above the last row. Sew the row from one end to the other, then proceed to cut the weft, or alternatively fold it back on itself and proceed with the next row. Sew new rows of the weft till you are about a quarter or half inch away from the drawn part then stop.
  4. Sew your new rows as close as possible to each other. This will enable you style the wig with ease and blend it with your own hair.Remove the wig from wig head and cut away the part. If sewing pins were used, remove them first. The moment the wig is removed,cut the wig cap using the lines that you drew. You will be adding one more weft so dont cut so close to the left weft.
  5. Sew the last weft using the cut edge as guide and tie it twice to secure it. Upon getting to the other end, tie a knot then cut the thread and the weft. Sew combs inside your wig. Use flexible wig combs that are equal to your U-part. When sewing the comb, ensure the teeth's don't face the part. Sew another set of smaller combs to the nape of the wig, ensure the teeth's back the hem.

Voila your wig is ready. Style your hair vendors turn wig as you please. You can straighten or curl it. It would be way easier to style the wig while it's on the wig head. Don't forget to apply some shine serum into your wig.

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