Short cuts are easy to style and look sassy on every occasion. My Active Look is perfectly layered at the sides, the nape and the fringe. The wig is hand-tied on the top and the soft, comfortable net lace makes it as light as a feather. The lace front allows you to style the fringe in many different ways. It also looks appealing in our grey colour range!
Monofilament+wefted cap. Lace front.
This model has a lace front. This means that single hairs are hand-knotted into very fine netting. This guarantees an absolutely natural hairline. Models with lace fronts let you create plenty of different, exciting styles.
Models in shaded colours have a bit darker hairline which looks like natural regrowth. The hair with shaded colours looks super authentic and very natural!
In the photos Annica is wearing colour pearl shaded
Wig style: Everyday , Extravagant & Transgressive
Hair type: Synthetic
Style: Straight, Wavy and Curly
Manufacture type : Monofilament / Wefted
To preserve the bright, soft and natural appearance of your wig we suggest you to follow the instructions below concerning care and maintenance. Wig has to be washed around every one or two weeks, if you often use it. If the cut of your wig is medium/long we suggest you to employ a conditioner. In the "Accessories" section you can find specific products for washing, care and maintenance of your wig.
Proceed with washing as follows:
> Brush it with a large-tooth comb with gentleness before you wash it.
> Prepare a basin or fill up the washbasin with COLD water.
> Add a small quantity of shampoo for synthetic fibre and make the water foam.
> Immerse the wig completely (Photo A - Washing) and leave it to soak for approximately 5/6 minutes massaging the hair delicately with the fingers, without wrinkle and shake.
> After that, take the wig out of the water and rinse it well with COLD water without wring out. If available, you can use a shower head to rinse the wig.
> Repeat washing and rinsing a second time as above described.
To keep the wig bright and soft we suggest you to apply after the shampoo a conditioner specific for synthetic fibre on the lengths (you find it on our website laikly.com at the section "Accessories").
> Wet the wig delicately with COLD water, fixing it to a polystyrene head or holding it with a hand within the cap, using a shower head if available.
> Apply a quantity of conditioner proportional to the length on wet hair
> Massage and brush with a large-tooth comb gently for a few minutes.
> After that rinse the wig well with COLD water without wring out.
> Wrap the wig in a soft towel and dab delicately in order to remove water in excess without rub it.
> Catch the wig with a hand from the nape back side and with the other hand from the front side, and shake it head down lightly to give volume.
> Let the wig dry at the air at room-temperature: if you wash it in the evening, you will find it dry the morning after. We suggest you to put the wig on a holder (Photo B - Drying on holder) that can be disassembled in order to permit a perfect aeration and drying (you can find it on our website in the section "Accessories").
> Only when the wig is completely dry, you can brush it VERY gently with the fingers or with a tail comb to give the desired style desired.
It is absolutely FORBIDDEN to brush the wig until it is not completely dry. IT IS FORBIDDEN to use hair-drier, hair straightener and any other tool that employ heat (Photo C - Avoid heat sources). DON'T bring the wig nearer to any source of heat or hot object. The worst enemy of synthetic fibre is strong heat! DON'T do any hair dye, highlights, permanent or any other treatment. DON'T use hair spray, hair gel, oil, hair mousse or any other hair product because you risk to damage the fibre. DON'T sleep wearing the wig: we suggest you to use instead seamless cap or turban to have maximum comfort and protect your head from cold (you can find them in the section "Headwear" in our website).
It is really easy!
The quality of the product and the construction study of each wig permit to wear it quickly with simple gestures. First time that you wear a wig, it may seem a little bit strange, as it happens furthermore for every new product or every new experience a person try, but it is enough to remember a couple of gestures and tricks and everything will become soon natural and familiar!
> First of all, shake the wig head down lightly, holding it with a hand on the side of the nape and with the other hand on the front side. This will help to give volume. Now your hairstyle is ready!
> See that the back side is in front of your eyes.
> Hold the wig and, taking it by the two sideburns, put it on as a hat keeping the front side very low near to the eyebrows and then raise it little by little as you finish to wear it. The wig will be accurately positioned if there are about 7/8 cm between the eyebrows and the beginning of the cap.
> Turn up the nape side slightly so that all locks left under the cap can come out.
> Check that the two sideburns are at the same height and that ears are not covered under the cap of your wig.
> Check that sideburns are inwards-facing.
> Set fringe, locks and tufts as you like with a tail comb or with your fingers.
Here is some trick to avoid the "wig" effect and have the maximum naturalness:
- do not keep wig front side too much low because it hides your forehead
- adjust sideburns' height if you see that one is higher than the other
- leave some hair locks on the forehead
- if your wig has fringe, avoid to open it in half as a "curtain" and avoid to keep all locks behind the ears
- leave some hair locks at sideburns' height in front to the ears in order to give more naturalness
- don't brush/smooth too much the wig but leave it with a natural/uncombed style