That all important question! There are multiple ways you can achieve this but I’m going to outline 4 below. It must be said, making a wig look natural and sculpted specifically for you isn’t a quick process. It takes time and patience and doesn’t happen straight away. With that being said, let’s work our way through the 4 tips..
1. Reduce bulk and ‘puffiness’ at the root. You can do this by moussing it down, hot combing it or spraying water and tying it down with a scarf until it’s ready to be styled.
2. Bleaching/tweezing the parting. Either is a must if you want a natural part.
3. Tint the lace to match your skin tone
4. Use the stocking cap method under your wig, (it helps to disguise the lace) make sure it’s similar to your scalp colour.