We as humans have various and different tastes about the beauties, but it seems that AI has its own sense of aesthetics. A recent hot filter on TikTok named golden face ratio is trying to explain this by changing people’s face ratio to perfect, such as narrowing the distance between your front hairline and your eyebrow. As explained by AI, a big forehead is recognized as an unattractive feature. Usually, the big forehead is caused by a receding hairline, companying with hair loss issues.
Relax – you have wigs to deal with this situation. Glueless human hair wigs with bangs can cover your thinning hair naturally and also your forehead. Don’t like bang? You still have another option: cut some baby hair on your wig to shorten the forehead naturally.
What Is Baby Hair?
Baby hair is the thin, wispy, and short hair that grows on the edge of your hairline. It has another name – vellus hair or new-grow hair, and it is easy to be mixed up with damaged hair. Usually, baby hair won’t lay flat on your hairline, which means it may be a little tougher to be taken care of. Styling baby hair is one way to tackle it, and some celebrities use this method to create glamorous hairstyles, like Rihanna, Jennifer Lopez, and Yara Shahidi.
For ladies who cover the hair loss area by using Glueless human hair wigs, creating baby hair on the hairline of the wig can blur the boundary between the wig and the forehead, making it more natural.
How to Create Some Baby Hair on Glueless Human Hair Wigs?
If your glueless human hair wig comes with baby hair, like E-Litchi’s wigs, then you can skip these steps. If not, grab your spray, two clips (butterfly clip is preferred), a rat tail comb, and most importantly, a pair of scissors, and prepare to cut it yourself!
Step 1: Put on your wig.
Step 2: Use the end of a rat tail comb to part a thin layer on the front of the wig, and this will be your baby hair. Comb the other hairs back and fix them with butterfly clips.
Step 3: Spray the thin layer of hair to make it a little wet.
Step 4: Cut the thin layer of hairs about 1.5 inches from the hairline. Boom! Your wig has baby hair now!
How to Style the Baby Hair on Your Glueless Human Hair Wig?
Before styling your baby hair, you can search for how celebrities do to create whirls. Rihanna, FKA Twigs, Selena Gomez, and Kylie Jenner have different ways of styling their baby hair, and you may find your sparks of inspiration from them. What’s left to do is prepare the tools you may need in this section, including gel, brush, blow dryer, scissors, and mousse.
- Apply gel to your natural hairline and smooth them back, then dry the hairline.
- Put on your glueless human hair wig and pull it forward to sit in front of your natural hairline.
- Use a comb to pluck the baby hair out, and squeeze some mousse on the front part of the wig to smooth and fix the hair.
- Apply some gelon the baby hair of the wig, and use a brush to create whirls, swoops, or any waves you like. Wait until it dries (or use a blow dryer to cut the waiting process), and then you will get the cute hairstyle!
Where to Find the Best Glueless Human Hair Wigs with Baby Hair?
Though you can create baby hair on the wig by yourselves, you may find it not that natural since they have neat ends. Therefore, unless you are good at cutting hair, choosing a glueless human hair wig with baby hair is wiser.
Try E-Litchi’s lace front human hair wig – its baby hair is ready for your styling at any time. For ladies who like binding hair, this wig can avert people’s gaze on your exposed forehead to the little swiveling whirls on the hairline.
You don’t need to worry about the shades – E-Litchi offers both black and blonde human hair wigs for you to choose from. What’s more, these colored human hair wigs can be parted, dyed, straightened, and curled as you want, making them a good choice for girls who are always on their way to a new hairstyle. What’s even better now is that you can enjoy a discount of 50% off on the 2ND item!
For more information, feel free to visit E-Litchi’s store and grab the best glueless human hair wigs!