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07 May 2011 - 21:0255810
What glue if atall can i use on a wig
Hey people I style most of my wigs and well iv never used glue before (never really liked the idea) but i was just wondering if I could. I Only want to connect hair to the edge of my wig where the cap is showing, i would usually use hair pins (which i still will) i was just wondering if glue would help it stay in place.

In the photo i have tired to make it more clear, i want to secure this long piece from the bangs to the main wig; as i said before i could use hair pins but it will looks messy . (sorry the photo is blurry)


Thankyou to those who can help me =D



Last edited by Holli (07 May 2011 - 21:03)
07 May 2011 - 21:1755813
You could probably use got2be glue on the main wig and the bang, then style it together and keeping it together with a bobby grip/kirby grip/etc, then use hairspray (either got2be again or your regular hairspray) and let it dry, then remove the grip and it should hold in place

I've been a bit sneaky sometimes and used a little bit of hot glue on the underneath to keep things in place (out of sight of course) so if the got2be method doesn't work as you hoped, just put a thin layer of hot glue between the two parts and it should stay hope that helps!


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07 May 2011 - 21:5455815
if i have understood you right i think you are trying to add wefts in to an existing wig??

if so you can hot glue wefts to the wig netting, its what i did to create my goku wig


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07 May 2011 - 22:3455816
Quote MangaChild:
if i have understood you right i think you are trying to add wefts in to an existing wig??

if so you can hot glue wefts to the wig netting, its what i did to create my goku wig


Nope im not doing that the hair is just of 2 different textures now were i have used the boiled water method to style the main wig. But thankyou looks like hot glue is the way


07 May 2011 - 22:3555817
Quote Freyarule:
You could probably use got2be glue on the main wig and the bang, then style it together and keeping it together with a bobby grip/kirby grip/etc, then use hairspray (either got2be again or your regular hairspray) and let it dry, then remove the grip and it should hold in place

I've been a bit sneaky sometimes and used a little bit of hot glue on the underneath to keep things in place (out of sight of course) so if the got2be method doesn't work as you hoped, just put a thin layer of hot glue between the two parts and it should stay hope that helps!


Thankyou i think im gunna give the hot glue a go, as what im trying todo wont stick with hair spray , i think the photo is unclear thankyou


08 May 2011 - 11:5655847
No problem, if the hairspray doesn't work then hot glue definitely will


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10 May 2011 - 21:3256104
Don't write off hairspray. I used some super cheapy aldi's stuff to style my lady Cloud wig, and that had a very big spike sticking up :3

You just need patience and a well ventalated room.


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