* 360 lace frontal closure and virgin hair bundles
* C-Curve needle for sewing hair down
* Hair thread, bonding glue or wig tape
* Scissors to cut the lace
* Weaving net cap
* Styling Tools & Products (comb, hairspray, gel, etc)
How To Install
To have a perfect hair with 360 frontal, you need to begin by preparing your natural hair extensions and frontal which included washing, conditioning and trimming the real hair and may also would like to pluck hairs away from the hairline of the frontal, bleach the knots, or dye the lace for tone matches. It is easier to do this before putting it on. The 360 frontal may also need to trim away excess lace from the back of the piece.
After the preparation, it is time to style the natural hair in either plaits or cornrows and put the two wig caps on . Take the needle and thread and sew the two wigs caps down by using big stitches in a circle around the crown of your head. Then now, you can cut the excess away from the top wig cap.
You need to adjust the 360 lace frontal on your head carefully into the desired area along to your hairline and braid or pin the hair out of the way. Once the 360 frontal in the right place, sew it down along with the outside of the top wig cap.
After the 360 lace frontal closure has installed, you are ready to begin gluing wefts down in the remaining circular area. You can prepare this area first by setting it with hairspray or you can simply glue down the tracks if you are comfortable. Start by gluing in the back and work your way upwards. Be sure to measure the track against your head before cutting and gluing.
Once all tracks have been glued into place, it is time to cut away the remaining lace from the hairline. After trimming the lace, you can either use lace adhesive or styling gel to secure the frontal into place.
Please note: The adhesive lasts for only 4-5 days hence the need for regular maintenance. Glue needs retouch after two weeks and can cause skin irritation.The elastic band can be uncomfortable causing headaches.