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16 May 2009
           
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Writen by Cornelius Redding
04 September 2009
Does the glue adhesive mess up your own hair line or cause hair lose? No... a PROPERLY applied lace wig will not damage your hairline. Be sure to properly cut your lace wig leaving enough lace ...
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Writen by Cornelius Redding
12 October 2021
Many people argue that glues are the best way to secure your wig, but they're just not for everyone. They're available in various types, but adhesives contain chemicals that may harm your scalp and ...
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Writen by Cornelius Redding
13 May 2009
Please note: Actual Color may vary. These colors are for reference only and may not be available for all items. Please call us 1-800-45-9236 if you don't see your color. or During check out ...
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Writen by Cornelius Redding
27 October 2009
 I have been so pleased with the professionalism of the customer service department. When I ordered the bundle package of hair with the closure piece, Cornelius was so quick to make sure that ...
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Writen by Cornelius Redding
15 August 2011
    To the untrained eye, it is hard to tell the difference between the two lace types. Both types are undetectable.The Swiss Lace is slightly thinner, and a little less detectable, ...
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Writen by Cornelius Redding
30 August 2011
  Hair Textures If you do not see your favorite texture email us This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ...
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Writen by Cornelius Redding
16 August 2011
You want to match the lace color with your scalp complexion not your skin tone. This is because when you part the unit, you want it to appear as your natural scalp color. So, to check your scalp ...
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Writen by Cornelius Redding
15 August 2011
1. Start out with clean hair. You may corn row hair to the back, or pin hair up into a flat French roll, then place a stocking cap on to prepare for the Full Lace Front or Lace Front wig.2. Clean the ...
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Writen by Cornelius Redding