How Long Does Lace Front Tape Last?

No matter which one you choose, lace front wig or lace frontal, you would happen to such a question, that is, how long does lace front tape last. So what’s the answer to that?

—— Lace Front Wig: or called Front Lace Wig, is constructed with lace only in the front of the wig and the remainder of the wig is constructed with a regular netted wig cap.

—— Lace Frontal: is a partial piece of lace that is constructed to only adhere to the front hairline and front perimeter of your head.

How Long Does Lace Front Tape Last

Generally, the answer to How Long Does Lace Front Tape Last varies from the type of tape and how you apply it. And at the same time, it also depends on your lifestyle and skin type.

Now on the market, the Lace Front tape comes in many different varieties and colors with different length of time to attach.

—— If for daily wear, a low-tack tape is better to remove your scalp without damaging your lace base. White liner tape is optimal.

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—— If for extended wear to last, it is approximately 4 weeks as labeled by the manufacturer, for example, the red liner tape. But by the customers, it is about 1-2 weeks on average.

How Long Does Red Liner Lace Front Tape Last

Please note that,

If you have every oil skin, lace front tape will have a very shot last. For example, the red liner tape might only last for 3 days. 

If you have sensitive scalp skin or have a reaction to another adhesive, some medical grade or hypoallergenic tape are better.

If you have a very light density and feel that you can see the tape shine through the lace base, no or low shine tapes are recommended.

How to Wear a Short Hair Wig with Long Hair

As suggested above, how you attach your lace front wig or lace frontal also have an influence on how long the lace front tape last. Below we’ll show you how to apply tape to your lace base.

Step 1: Find a contour that matches the shape of the outer edge of your lace front base and cut the tape;

Step 2: Apply the tape to the under part of the base, white or red liner tape is depending on how long you would like to attach.

Step 3: Spray some alcohol-based formula onto the scalp first which will prevent the adhesive sticking to the skin immediately.

Step 4: Place the wig slowly and carefully onto your head and press all the tape area appropriately.

Step 5: Mist water over the hair to help your lace-based wig stay soft and supple. 

Well, if you don’t like to use these adhesive on your skin, you can attach and sew clips on your lace wig. Check: How to Apply Glueless Lace Wig.




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