How to Ventilate (or Add Hair to) a Lacefront Wig
I’ve seen a lot of really creative methods for adding realistic hairlines to wigs, but in my personal opinion, nothing beats a good lacefront wig! With lacefronts starting to be offered in a rainbow of colors, cosplayers have a lot more options to work with than they did even a few years ago.
But it’s hard to find a lacefront that 100% matches your desired hairline right out of the box.. I’ve heard a lot of people talking about “sewing hair” onto wigs, and there’s an actual term for this: ventilating! It’s accomplished with a ventilating needle or latch hook, and much less time consuming than threading individual wig hairs through a conventional hand-sewing needle. Ventilating kits are relatively inexpensive ($10-$20) and can make adding hair to a lacefront wig a fairly simple, if not tedious, task.
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