must not have done Polytechnique to fuck a wig on his head

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Well, once your wigs arrived, the idea is still using them. I strongly advise you to buy with a "wig cap" Wigsen, a type of fishnet top hole, but for the head. This is particularly ugly, make no mistake, but extremely practical because it will flatten your hair and hold against your skull, just to avoid too heavy gauge between your head and the wig (main cause of the syndrome of "face Acorn ").
You will find the wig caps for less than $ 5 in the ebay shops, sometimes they are even provided with the wig. Personally, I advise you to take flesh color to go with bright wigs and black to go with dark wigs.

Okay so we agree, must not have done Polytechnique to fuck a wig on his head, the first time I had just made a ponytail and put the thing over, vaguely angle. It was average, but for 2/3 shots it could still walk. But now that I've found this technique that allows me to do things at their best, it would be stupid to not to benefit you
First you trouble your hair well and then you separate the two and you the very tight braids, to the end. If you can do braids "glued to the skull" how African braids, even better (but I do not know, so I do not). You fixed with two rubber bands.
You take flat pliers, you do spend a braid behind the head, and you fixed behind the opposite ear. You make like the other side, you find you with a kind of braided crown on the back of the skull. Once the braids fixed assets, the elastic turns you (unless they are all rubber ptits stuff, the kind you used to natter horses. Those there they are tiny, you can keep) (but that's Picnic hair).
You spend two hands in your wig cap, and thou up thy head on SINCE THE FRONT. So you put the elastic in the middle of your forehead, then you just stall the rear of the skull so that it encompasses much all small hair and braids.

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