Lacefront Wig Hairline Tweezing Tutorial

This is a quickie tutorial on tweezing the Hairline of a Lacefront Wig, Hope this helps :)\ Don’t forget to subscribe.. Also check out my contest: www.youtube.com

17 thoughts on “Lacefront Wig Hairline Tweezing Tutorial

  1. kentuckywoman23

    I just got a human hair wig and it has a silk top to? show a part but you can still barely see the part. Could I tweeze some hairs out along the spot I would usually part my hair to make the part line be more visible?

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  2. 1eleven1971

    THANK YOU VERY MUCH for posting your Tweezing Tutorial! I heard someone mention tweezing a? lace front, but I never knew how it was done. You made a very good point about not tweezing the lace front hair line so much! This was excellent to watch!

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  3. RiniKissed

    @hanooni921 custom orders don’t always come out the way you want them to. I’ve ordered so many wigs and asked for 90% density, but received them with ‘regular’ density. And it’s cheaper? to tweeze the hairline than to send the wigs back to China.

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  4. 97bootygirl

    Okay I just purchased my first lace front it is a synthetic blend. I want to thin it out as well would thinning? shears be okay for this a s well? Also where do I get the thinning shears? Oh and I love your channel thankyou for all of the tuts. I am subbing as a type.

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  5. lovekisses99

    @hanooni921 hi love…this is really for the mass produced beauty supply store wigs..some of the? hairlines are a bit too dense. <3

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  6. LalulaMV

    How to you? make your partline look really natural?? I bought a new wig and you csn even see the partline and it looks really fake.

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  7. Yanninyree

    Thanks so much! Can this be done with a full lace wig also? ? The ones with Swiss or French lace? Or will the soft lace tear?

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  8. Webbgurl2000

    Thanks Robin. You are such a sweet, humble person. You are skilled and not? arrogant with your how you teach others. God Bless.

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  9. TheSTARSTYLIST

    Im know just seeing this vid and i must you r? very innovative im a hairstylist and my customer come to me with the lace fronts from the store and I hate that the hair is dense in the front . Now I have a new method to try . Thanks

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  10. Mrsjamiemarshall

    Quick question…so I just purchased my full lace wig and it’s glued on. My only problem is that the hairline looks really straight? which makes it look unnatural (i feel like my forehead has grown three sizes too big lol). Can I do the tweezing while the wig is glued to my head or am I risking some serious damage to the lace? I’ve looked up a few vids on creating baby hair so I may just try that. TIA and LOVE LOVE LOVE your videos!!!

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  11. jonathanblouse

    hi, my name is Jonathan. I was watching your front lace tutorials, and i was wondering how far back can i tweez. I’m a man, so i want to create a realistic receding hair line at my hair part. If its possible, I need a lil advice/tips of how to so. Comments says front lace wigs are pricey. How? pricey? Thank you. my email is jonathan.blouse@yahoo.com

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  12. jonathanblouse

    hi, my name is Jonathan. I was watching your front lace tutorials, and i was wondering how far back can i tweez. ? I’m a man, so i want to create a realistic receding hair line at my hair part. If its possible, I need a lil advice/tips of how to so. Thank you.

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  13. Meryl0578

    I have also noticed that most of these wigs have moon shaped hairlines – I dont know why they dont work on this – any advice on wigs that you have tried and loved ? ones that wear well and last long? Also places to buy the most cost effective ones online.
    Sorry for all the questions, but I’m in South Africa and we dont have as much resources, products, brands as you all do, so youtube really helps with products I can purchase? online to use. Thank you!!

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