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How Can I Protect My Hair Outside?
How to protect your hair from sunburn when outdoors? Check out today's post and do this to keep your transparent lace wig still smooth. Why can hair be sunburnt? Hair is made up of keratinocytes, most of which are keratin. Keratin consists of long chains of about 20 amino acids, most of which are cysteine. When exposed to sunlight, cysteine absorbs a lot of ULTRAVIOLET light, causing the disulfide bond to break, penetrating and damaging the keratin in hair. Make the hair loses original moisture and nutrition, wool is qualitative flimsy gradually, bring about the bundles with frontal to become yellow thereby, bifurcate, dry. As a result, exposure to the sun can damage anyone's blonde frontal. Women who like to buy braids and wigs with closure should be especially aware of this. How can we tell if our hair has been damaged by the sun? 1. When looking at hair in the sun, the roots and the middle split apart. The whole hair looks dry, yellow, nutrient-poor, and lifeless. 3. Dryness occurs soon after washing your hair. 4. Hair becomes inflexible and breaks easily. Sometimes you'll see faded lines on the hair stem. How to protect your hair from the sun? 1. Minimize or avoid prolonged exposure to sunlight. 10 o 'clock in the morning - 3 o 'clock in the afternoon is the most vital period of ultraviolet light, usually try not to be in this period of time for a long time outdoor activities, can reduce the UV damage to the hair to the lowest. 2. When outside, opt for a breathable sunshade or UV-protected umbrella to keep the sun out of your hair. 3. Before going out, apply a leave-in moisturizer to help lock in moisture in your hair. Apply it directly to dry or wet hair, then spray with a sunscreen moisturizer spray to keep hair moist longer. 4. Trim the ends of badly damaged hair. Use special repair shampoo and hair conditioner in time to reduce the damage to hair after the sun, and regularly carry out professional care. Nowadays, most wigs bought by customers are human lace wigs. So if you wear a human wig, you also need to protect your hair from the sun. Many consumers think wigs don't need the same washing and care as hair, which is wrong. On the other hand, wigs require more frequent deep treatment to prevent moisture and nutrients from escaping from the hair. West Kiss Hair's wigs are authentic, natural, and long-lasting. If you want to travel with friends in a new style, we recommend choosing a wig, which allows you to have multiple looks in no time.
Versatile Or Affordable, Which Type Of Wig Do You Prefer?
Speaking of wigs, do you know how many types there are? According to whether there is lace or not, the most popular ones are an HD wig, Brazilian lace front wigs, lace part wigs, lace closure wigs, Headband wigs, Bob wigs, U part wigs, etc. What is a lace part wig? A lace part wig, also known as a T-lace wig, is a wig with a t-part lace portion covering the ear-to-ear area between the edge and the parting space. You can find different parts of the wig with different widths and depths of inches of lace. Common cheap lace wigs include 4x0.75 inch, 13x5x0.75 inch, 13x5x0.5 inch, etc. What is a lace front wig? Much like the lace part wig, the lace front wig also consists of a non-adhesive wig cap and a lace part. The difference between the two wigs was that the front lace wig had a larger area of lace that covered the entire top of the head. Front lace wigs can be divided into 13x4 front lace wigs and 13x6 front lace wigs according to the size of the lace part. What are the similarities between a lace part wig and a lace front wig? Both serve as lace wigs, and the two types of wigs are very similar in construction. We'll list the specific similarities below. 1. Construction This is the most obvious similarity between the two wigs. They are both a combination of non-glue caps and lace parts. 2. Install They are usually attached with the help of glue or tape applied to the front hairline area. Once the glue has dried, secure the front lace section of the wig to the glue-coated area of the hairline to form a tight bond and secure the lace wig to your head. 3. Go natural They all create a natural hair look for the wearer. Lace partly mimics human natural skin. If you choose a good lace wig with enough lace to make it invisible, you'll get the most natural look. Sometimes, you need to apply some powder to match your skin tone. What's the difference between a lace part wig and a lace front wig? To know which is right for you, we must first understand the differences. You can refer to the following to choose one of them. 1. The lace region The lace part of a wig covers only the hairline and middle; Whereas the lace front wig has a larger lace area covering the top of your head. 2. Comfortable The rest of the lace wig is made of a less breakable material, which is less prone to tearing than the lace. However, it is also less comfortable and breathable than a lace wig with a larger lace area. 3. Versatility A lace front wig allows the wearer to choose a hairline. Lace is located in the front part of the wig, allowing the wearer to part the hair at will. But with the lace part of the wig, you always have to keep the middle part of the hair. 4. Price Wigs with more lace required more complex production processes. So the price of a former lace wig is much higher than the price of a partial lace wig. A lace part wig or a lace front wig, which is better for beginners? With a basic understanding of the similarities and differences between a partial lace wig and a pre-lace wig, here are some common problems with both types of wigs. 1. What kind of wig looks more natural? Lace front wig. Thanks to the larger lace area, the hair looks like it grew out of your actual scalp. 2. Can the lace part be beside part of the wig? Not at all. You have to keep it in the middle of it will look unnatural. If you want side parting, a lace wig is better for you. 3. Can you part the front lace wig anywhere? Yes. You are free to separate the wig within the lace area. Which of the above wigs do you prefer?