Guide and Tips: Ordering, Attachment & Removal

Guide and Tips: Ordering, Attachment & Removal Description

  1. Questions You Should Ask Before Choosing A Hair System Base

    Designing your own hair system can be confusing, and one of the ways to simplify the process is by focusing on details about your lifestyle. Asking yourself some questions that are easy to answer which provide us the valuable insight. Here we have several questions that every hair wearer needs to consider before choosing base materials and or

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  2. How to Make a Template

    The key to a custom-made hair is the fitness, the base must correspond to the person’s head shape and original hairline recession. Creating a template can be done of the following methods.

    Hair System Fitting Cap

    Following this video, making “do-it-yourself” hair replacement fitting cap.

    Making a Full Cap Template

    Making a full cap template requires at least six

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  3. Hair Wave & Curl

    Understanding how to choose and apply the correct level of hair wave or curl in your hair system can make all the difference in achieving a completely undetectable appearance.

    Here is a general wave / curl guide

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  4. Get Your Density Just Right

    Understanding Density

    Density is a very common term that related to hair system. It refers to the amount of hair ventilated in a hair system base. When you lose your hair and start to wear a hair system, it is common to want a lot of hair. However, sometimes, more hair doesn’t mean good, less hair doesn’t mean bad either. The point is to get the “age – appropriate” density.

    The density of hair is not only related to the age, but also the gender. Men and women with normal hair growth

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  5. How to Order Highlights

    So you are looking for a new hairstyle, but there are so many to choose from, and when you throw hair color and highlights in to the mixture the possibilities are seemingly endless. After all, there are streaks, chunks and spotlights. What do those terms mean anyway? Let’s get started!

    Streaks

    The traditional idea of highlights is subtle, evenly-laced streaks throughout the ha

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  6. Scalp Preparation

    Learn how to prepare your scalp before attaching a hair system. Proper base cleaning and scalp prep will play a huge part into getting a good, strong bond. By educating yourself and learning more will only help you make an informed decision before purchasing any products.

    The importance of proper scalp preparation

    No matter how strong your hair glue adhesives or hair tapes are, hair systems will not last for a long time if you do not clean and properly prepare your scalp first. Any hair adhesives residue unknowingly left on your head before reattaching your hai

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  7. Attachment

    Tape or Adhesive

    Both the tape and adhesive work extremely well for attaching hair system. Things need to be considered when you choose between tape and adhesive, such as how oily your scalp is and your lifestyle. Our tape are adhesives are medical grade and perform excellently whether the client wants a prolonged hold of 2-4 weeks or a hold of 5-7 days.

    1.Tape Attaching Guide

    Using tape to attach your hair replacement system is an easy way to get a secure bond for both daily and extended wear. Below we'll show you how to appl

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  8. Removal Instructions

    Taking your hair system off can be tricky and a little dangerous if you don’t know the right procedure. The material is quite delicate and you could risk tearing or damaging the system. If you’re looking for an easy and safe way to remove your hair system, maybe we can help. Just follow the instructions below to reduce hassle and minimize the potential for hair system damage.

    Step 1: Applying adhesive remover

    Firstly, find your spray-on or dab-on adhesive remover and apply it directly on the area of your hair system that is secured to your scalp.Allow the solvent to soak in and break down the bond for a few minutes before continuing to the next step.

    Step 2: Begin peeling hair system from the back

    In order to avoid damaging your front hairline, we recommend always removing your hair system from back to front. Start by using the tips of your finger to feel around for t

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  9. Host an Asana kickoff meeting

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  10. Establish Asana conventions

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  11. Invite people to projects and tasks

    Invite people to projects and tasks

    After you’ve held your kickoff meeting and your entire team is ready to start using Asana, it’s time to send invites and add them as project members and task followers. If you and a smaller group of teammates already tested out Asana, make sure your projects and tasks are organized for the rest of your teammates to start tracking work in them. Or just follow the steps below to get Asana ready for your team.

    Getting your team into Asana

    1. Create a project everyone can work on

    Before inviting your team, make sure you’ve created

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