-Sew on an elastic band to help the unit lay flatter.
-Bleaching the knots is a nice touch. However, If you’re a novice to this, simply turn the unit over, apply your skin color foundation to the lace using a foundation brush and viola! You’re good to go! Additionally, you can just apply powder foundation or concealer to the areas where the lace is exposed.
-Be sure to wear a wig cap underneath the unit that’s your scalp color.
-Twist or braid your hair down really flat to eliminate a bulky look at the top of the unit.
- The bangs are pretty phenomenal in my opinion. But, you can personally cut them if need be to frame your face a bit more. But, be sure to take your time.
-Don’t be afraid to bump the bangs in the front to achieve a more effortless look.
My tips for a more natural look is to use the baby hair! All the Eva wigs I got was already pre-plucked which is perfect for a natural look, I personally use the Got-2-b Gel to secure the wig, I would recommend using only a small amount because it gets shiny as soon as it dries if you use to much product!