Lace frontals and lace wigs have become quite a craze in the virgin hair industry. Their versatility and realistic capabilities have created a buzz with women of all nationalities. Although lace frontals and wigs are highly sought after, many women don’t know where to start as far as installation or even upkeep. Some stylists are still learning techniques to install them properly.
The truth is, lace frontals and even lace wigs have only been in mainstream society for a few years now. We’ve done quite a bit of research and we decided to take some of the mystery out of these beautiful products.
With lace frontals being so popular these days, you may be wondering or even researching the best products to use to install them. There are a few ways to install lace frontals and lace wigs; sew-in, bonded, or even the ever popular elastic band method which is one of our favorites. In this post we decided to focus on the bonded method since the other two methods are pretty well known.
Bonding your lace frontal or wig sounds self-explanatory, and it is, but there are many products on the market to make this happen. There are two ways that you can bond your frontal or wig, with glue or tape.
Got2B Glued Styling Gel / Freeze Blasting Spray
This method uses 2 products to get your desired results; the Got2b glued gel and Got2B Blasting Freeze Spray. Although we have heard of people using one or the other, we have found from experience that using the two products in conjunction yields the best results.
This method is fairly easy as it only requires you to place the gel and glue on your hairline. It is also safe if you mistakenly get the product on your hair because…these products ARE hair products. So, in the event that you get it in your hair you can simply wash it out without the fear of hair loss.
The only con to using Got2B is that it will only hold for up to a week. If you like removing your wig frequently (as we do) and want a safe alternative to wearing a lace wig or lace frontal, then this is a good choice.