Do you always feel like your wig is slipping back? Or, you don’t like wearing bangs wigs because the bangs don’t stay in the middle of your forehead?
Yes yes, I know the solution is a wig grip. We mentioned the wig grip in this post about 4 wig hacks. But I’m super sensory and the wig grip was adding to my discomfort. In addition, there were 2 things I didn’t like about the wig grip.
- It added slight bulk to the sides of my wig, especially more noticeable in my bang wig when the sides were flat against my head.
- The second problem was that I had 2 wig grips and I felt like I could use 10 of them.
While in Israel, I saw that Ita wigs was selling a small piece of “velcro” that helps your wig stay in place. Since then, I heard that Dini’s Wigs sells one too. Here is your own DIY for pennies.
Head to your local trimming/sewing store. Buy a piece of velcro. You can buy black or skin color. Doesn’t make a difference. You only need the rough side called hooks. Buy a half a yard, or a yard and cut into 3-inch pieces.
How does it work: Slide the velcro hooks onto your hair. Wear your wig. No need to use the front comb, just use the 2 side combs. The velcro creates some friction and keeps your wig in place. If you give it a good yank, obviously it won’t stay, but with regular day to day movement, the wig won’t move.
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