The 360 lace frontal is the most popular trend in hair extensions and this is because it allows you to wear hair extensions and bundles to look like your own hair. So, you want to know how to install the 360 frontal? Well, look no further as we give you step-by-step instructions on how to install your 360 lace frontal with bundle hair for a fabulous new look that will leave people thinking that
The 360 lace frontal can be installed using various methods. It can be sewn into the hair, glued, or secured with a special type of tape. 360 lace frontals are designed to significantly cut down installation time and serve as a closure for sewn-in hair or it can be worn alone.
Installing the 360 lace closure installed with bundles can tremendously cut the time it takes to install a full head of hair. The usual time it takes to install with a lace closure is approximately one hour.
To install your 360 lace closure,
you will need the following items
- 360 lace frontal closure and virgin hair bundles/wefts
- C-Curve needle for sewing hair down
- Hair thread, bonding glue or wig tape
- Scissors to cut the lace
- Weaving net cap
- Styling Tools & Products (comb, hairspray, gel, etc.)
Customizing your 360 lace frontal
You may want to customize your 360 lace frontal wigs – Medium.com to closely match your own hairline. You can pluck the hairs from the hairline, bleach the knots, or dye the lace to better match your specific skin tone.
You can lay your own hair own by plaiting or braiding it toward the back so that it can lay flat. The flatter your hair the better your 360 lace wig will look. After making any customizations to the lace frontal, you can then cut off the lace from around the circumference.
Installing the 360 Lace Frontal
Next, you will want to place the frontal on your head and align it with your natural hairline. Brad or pin your own hair out of the way while working with the frontal. Once the frontal is matched to your hairline, you can start to adhere it by either using the sew-in method or using an adhesive glue or tape.
Some people choose to use tape or hair bonding glue to install the frontal, but the most popular option is to have it sewn down along the outside of your wig cap. Once your 360 frontal has been secured, you can now start installing your bundle hair or wefts to the crown area.
For even faster installation, use a weaving net when sewing in the bundle hair. When installing a 360 lace frontal with bundle hair, only 2-3 bundles are usually required to get your extensions to look like your natural hair. Use a little styling gel to add the finishing touches to your 360 frontal and style your baby hairs to your desired look.
That’s pretty much all you need to get a flawless, natural looking 360 lace frontal with bundle hair. Just be sure that your bundle hair and texture matches with the 360 lace closure frontal for a realistic appearance. You can style your hair in many different styles wearing the hair up or down, and part the hair making it look like it is growing right from your own scalp.