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Process 5 and 6: Adding wefts
In this picture you can see that I added curls to the stubs, sorry no pic. But all I did was use a curled clip on from Arda. Took it off the clip, stuffed it with batting and attached it to the stub.
In the first pic, I'm placing my bangs onto the wig. This was 2nd hardest part of the wig. I tried many different things. I premade so many bangs... Anyways, what worked best was to take wefts and on one side silicone an end. I then placed it onto a wig base with pins (similar to the picture) to simulate the curve. Then I let it dry so I could attach an end to the wig. Then with the un-glued side, I styled it and adhered it into place.
In the 6th picture, I forgot that there was a previous visiual step... but I'll explain it here cause you can still see it. To adhere the poofs, I hot glued them to the wig while laying on its side. Once adhered I then put it on a wig base and laid it on its side. Using silicone, I pet/glued the hair into place. Once dry, in areas that looked odd I added extra wefts, which is what you see in the picture. The reason for that is when I pulled the extra hair from the center, it wouldn't hide my gluing... so I added wefts to give more layers and it had the effect that I wanted.
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