Wig Cutting and Styling：As well as my passion for wig and hairpiece making, I have a more general 'all things hair' obsession too. This is not even something that develope due to my hair loss, but is deeply rooted in my childhood. I have been pretty crazy on hair since I was a wee one, because hair was my thing, that I liked about myself and that people knew me for - rather ironic, given that it then started to leave me!
Anyway I digress, but the point of this is that to me, there are so much more to the whole wig making process than just making a wig or a hairpiece. That is just the start point. Once the wig or hairpiece is completed, the magic needs to happen someone has to turn that raw state into a hairdo. portable hair,So there is the original styling of whatever has been made . what style you wish to achieve for yourself or the wearer and then the ongoing care & maintenance of the hair. For me, this aspect of being a wig maker has pushed me to further develop my hairdressing skills. What I have lost in being able to do with my own hair, I have gained in being able to do with other people's bio hair and with the wigs and hairpieces. I enjoy the styling and cutting aspect as much as making the wig or hairpiece itself.
One such project I recently completed:
Take one virgin human hair wig in the style of a mullet
Wash & deep condition the wig
Cut the wig into a bob (as that was what was required, plus it got rid of the mullet)
Blow the wig dry into desired style
So yes, I took the horrendous mullet wig style and rendered it into something more sleek and sophisticated .