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Everything You Need To Know About Machine Made Wig

Both young ladies and older wig fans have been drawn to machine-made wigs in recent years, as they want stylish, short, crop-cut wigs that require minimal styling effort. Fashionistas adore donning synthetic wigs to enhance their appearance and beauty.

Are you familiar with machine-made wigs made of human hair? To select the best machine-made wig for you, you need to be well-versed in it before making a purchase. We will discuss machine-made wigs today and assist you in purchasing the highest caliber machine-made wigs using human hair.  

First, What's the Machine Made Wig?

A machine-made wig that resembles front-lace wigs and has a set parting. They typically cost less than those that are handmade. The hair is typically machine-sewn into a "weft" in a predetermined design.

After that, the wefts are put together on an open-net basis. As you can see through the wefts, people with some hair typically use this construction style when the wind blows.  

Why do Most People like To Wear Machine Made Wig?

The most accessible and least expensive wigs are those that are machine-made. Hair wefts are cut, arranged into a wig, and stitched together in a straight line. You can see the lines when you look inside a machine-made wig.

Many appear incredibly realistic as long as they are not split, pulled back, or otherwise manipulated. Because of the vents created by the architecture, which let air circulate to the scalp, some people feel these wigs to be more pleasant.

The Features Of Machine Made Wig

  • Hair Material: 100% Human Hair Wig Without Chemical Processed
  • Hair Color: Natural Black Color Or Colored Wig
  • Cap Size: Circumference:22-22.5 inches; Front to nape: 13.5 inches; Ear to ear: 15.25 inches
  • Cap Construction: Machine Made
  • Texture: Body wave, curly, straight, bob, pre-plucked hairline, soft, easy to comb, minimal shedding, and tangle-free wigs  
  • Special features: Can be bleached, dyed and restyled  

The Benefits Of Wearing Machine Made Wig

  • The entire mechanism, short production cycle
  • Low price, more cost-effective
  • The style is refreshing, and suitable for summer style
  • Convenient care
  • Short production period & fast delivery
  • Cost-effective
  • Easy to take care
  • Requires no wig tapes or glue to wear
  • Sleek Style
  • Ease in restyling
  • Comfortable to wear
  • Protects your hairline
  • Bang With Wig
  • Young and Unique Wig
  • Cheap Affordable Price

What's the Best Way To Install A Machine Made Wig?

Your hair should ideally be divided into parts and curled into pin curls. If you don't have the time or find this too tricky, you can flatten your hair and pin it in place by wrapping it around your head.

Once you've done that, find the tag on the back of the wig. Place the front of the wig at your eyebrows and hold it with both hands, one on either side of the tag.

After putting the wig on your entire head, move the front part back until it hits your hairline. If you don't get to the hairline, it will appear like you don't have a forehead.

Locate the two firm ear tabs by running your fingers along the sides of the wigs; they are usually located close to your temples. Check to see if the ear tabs are even to ensure your wig is on straight.

You're done when the wig reaches your hairline, the tabs are equal, and the rear of the wig is pulled down.  

Faq About Machine Made Human Hair Wigs

How Do I Take Care of My Wig?

Please see our  Caring For Your Human Hair Wig guide for complete instructions.

How do I know what size to get?

Wigs typically fit skulls that range in circumference from 21.5" to 23". Ninety-five percent of our clients fit this description. You should wear the wig about four fingers above your eyebrows on your natural hairline. The wig's back should be drawn to the wearer's hairline.

Our machine-made hair wigs come with elastic tabs and Velcro that may be adjusted to ensure a snug, comfortable fit. To keep the wig tight to the face, tiny adjustable tabs are located in the front of the ears. Recall that you can release the sewn-in adjustments to allow your wig to grow back with your hair.  

What Does Wig Density Refer To?

The thickness of the hair is referred to as its density, and the density you order mostly depends on your preferences. Light to medium-density hair helps most women look natural; however, your pick will rely on your style preferences and profile.

How Long Will The Machine-Made Wig Last?

How you utilize and care for your wig will determine how long it lasts. It should last roughly six months if you treat it right before you need to add hair or make repairs. It is reasonable to anticipate that it will last three to six months before requiring a repair or additional hair if you use it as your primary method of hair replacement and apply it every day.

Will The Hairline on The Machine-Made Lace Wig Have a Natural Look?

Yes, the hairline of the machine-made lace wigs will seem natural and like real hair sprouting out of your scalp if you wear it appropriately, as instructed in our user guide. When placing a customer order, we advise adding baby hair to the wig's front and sides to give it a more natural-looking hairline.

How to Wash a Machine-Made Wig?

1) When the wig is not used, place it on a head model or a fixed bracket. It is highly recommended because the cap is more fixed and easier to clean. Wigs made of any material used for extended periods are prone to becoming dirty and losing their style.

2) Pour some COOL water and mild shampoo into a washbasin, and immerse the wig in the water for five to seven minutes.

3) Gently swish the wig and thoroughly rinse it until there are no more suds.

4) DO NOT BRUSH THE WET WIG; gently shake it to allow the water to fall.

5) Lay the wig out on a bath towel to air dry completely overnight, or use a folding wig stand to expedite the drying process.

6) Brush the wig into the desired style once it has completely dried; DO NOT BRUSH CURLS  

How To Find the Right Length?

Since hair is straight, the length should measure from the top of the head to the bottom of the hair. Since the curl and wavy wigs are produced from straight wigs, they will be shorter than straight wigs by 1 to 2 inches (depending on the depth of the curl).

Can I straighten and curl my Machine-made Wig hair?

The hair is made entirely of human hair and is resistant to flat and curling irons and other common home styling appliances. The wig may be cleaned, styled, and set like your hair. However, like natural hair, excessive and inappropriate product use can harm your hair.

What Color Lace is Best Suited To My Skin Tone?

Various things affect the color of lace. Regardless of the type of lace you select, the most crucial thing is that it complements your skin tone and gives you a natural-looking appearance.

Most women like to wear lace similar in color to their skin tone. If you want to achieve the same look with cosmetics, choosing a hue that complements your skin tone is best. A tint similar to or lighter than your own will look great if you wear makeup.  

Our standard lace colors are:

Transparent - suitable for most complexions

Light brown - ideal for women with light brown

Skin brown - ideal for those with medium brown complexions

Dark brown - ideal for those with dark brown skin

How Often Should I Wash My Machine Made Wig?

People experience it differently based on various circumstances, including frequency of use, hairspray application, smoking, climate, and maintenance regimen. Usually, you can wash it every four to six weeks or every ten to twelve wearings.

How To Comb The Wig?

Use gentleness when combing a wig. Never use a standard brush. Using a wide-tooth comb for straight and body waves is very recommended. Please only use your hand on curly or deep waves to avoid tangles. Using a spray conditioner might assist in releasing matted hair.

Can These Machine Made Wigs Be Cut?

Yes, but since the curl and style would be lost, we don't advise you to do so. But when thinned or pruned by a skilled stylist, they will look or perform better.

Can I dye the hair?

Yes, you can, but if the hair has previously been dyed and processed, we do not advise doing any more processing on it. Furthermore, coloring hair should only be done by skilled colorists. Even though the hair is made entirely of natural hair, remember that it is just as vulnerable to harm from overprocessing as your hair. We are not, and cannot, accountable for the outcome.

Can I Shower or Swim in My Wig?

Wearing your wig while taking a shower or swimming is not advised. Wearing your wig in the shower or swimming pool can cause it to become very tangled and matted, and trying to remove the matting could break or damage it.

Saltwater and pool chemicals can harm wig fibers and hasten their breakdown, reducing the time your wig will last. Your wig may also change color due to chemical interactions.

Wear a swim cap and shower cap to protect your scalp if you wish to keep your head covered when swimming or showering.  

Can I Sleep in My Wig?

We advise against sleeping with your wig on. The wig's lifespan will be considerably shortened by the friction against your pillow, which can lead to tangles and mats. We advise donning a soft sleep cap to keep your head warm and cozy while you sleep.

How Should I Store My Wig?

You should store your wig on a wig stand or hard-surfaced mannequin when you are not using it. Storing your wig on a foam form can permanently stretch out the wig cap, making your wig ill-fitting. Avoid doing this.

In addition, to ensure that your wig keeps its shape after washing, let it air dry on a wig stand.

If you don't have a wig stand, you can set your wig on a hand towel-covered, tall, thin object (such as a can of hairspray).

To help preserve your wig in the best possible condition, we advise storing it in a cool, dry place out of direct sunlight. The heat and moisture in a steamy bathroom or on a window sill might harm the fibers in your wig, so avoid storing it there.  

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