clump and look gnarly. Spray the hair extensions as well as the wig itself.
After spraying - big difference from the picture above
*Note About Spray Paint: This technique will make the hair look powdered and sculpted, most like the French court fashions of the 1770s. For this particular wig, because of how light the synthetic hair is, I went with a color a little darker, but if you are spray hair is a dark color, you want a paint that is a couple shades lighter. For a powder looked over darker hair, I recommend a light grey or ivory paint, and always start with a very light mist and build it up.
The finished wig from the side, what I didn't realize is that as the paint dried, it got yellower and yellower wish it would have stayed this color!
As you are spray the wigs, move the hair sections so the paint reaches the "roots." Remember, you don't want to coat the wigs, just alter the color and shine. If you are unsure, do a test spray. If I did this wig again, I would choose a less-yellow paint!
At this point your wigs are complete and you can pile all the feathers, hair flocker ，bows, and hats on it that you like. Let it dry first, and if the color needs to be altered more, add powder, then spray with strong hold hairspray. If the color are funky, lightly mist hair with a different color of spray paint for instance, I will probably remist mine with a lighter off-white.
Now check out the different! The possibility with how you can style a wig by using hair weaves and this affordable Halloween wig as a base. Add more hair on top, more to the back, large rolls, you name it. Remember, these techniques will created a powdered "sculpted" wigs, and are not recommended for natural hairstyles.