1.)Don't push lace down with your fingers into the glue. The hair will stick and get matted up. Use the teeth of of wide tooth comb and press it flat against your scalp.
2.)Don't reapply glue to area with glue already, the glue will not stick to an old previously glued surface. Area must be cleaned first, then reapply.
*Your unit should have a natural look.
*no glue should be visible on your forehead.
*Your baby hairs should not be stuck to your face with glue. For information on how to sew in a lace wig
How to Remove
1.)Pull all hair up into a ponytail, to provide better access to hairline where remover should be placed.
2.)Apply the lace adhesive remover to the adhesive around
perimeter of hairline. Be careful not to let it run in your
eyes. Let remover set in for a minute or two, then
gradually remove the lace.
3.) It is best to clean the unit when it is completely off the
head. Glue gets embedded in the lace after a while of
wearing. This glue has to be removed before shampooing
your unit. Spray any areas that have old adhesive on it let
it soak in for a few minutes then squeeze excess glue from
4.) It's best to clean old glue from your unit before shampooing. You should let the unit dry naturally then you can reapply, style or store it.