Marika Ishmael: Love the video. It was on point. Love the hair too. What type of hair was
it? Never try out the curly ones before but this one looks good. Let me
Moji Mo: this ways perfect gurl! thanx a bunch :)
vstyles888: You are so talented, like the wig.
omega7373: @kreeta1 Hi Kreeta1! I actually did not have a problem with strinkage with
this cap. I make sure to sew over the widest part of the mani head in the
areas that I will need to remain wide.
Dana Aerys: Do you have a nails video :(
omega7373: @grAAny01 Check the description box for the cap details. I got mine from
the BSS. Stretching the cap with T-pins while its on the mani head or
looking at the size of the caps you purchase can help with the shrinking.
MsButter Cup: Hi excellent wig making video! Did you leave any of your hair out for the
invisible part to cover over the small slit? Or is all your hair braided
Brandi Jefferson: Oh ok... I'm actually trying to do this method now and I'm confused about
laying the tracks to make the invisible part.. does the first track go at
the end of the cap slanted or is the first track straight and then the
following tracks are slanted.. Abd if I dnt want to cut the cap can I still
use a black mesh cap or do I need a nude one like I've seen in other
videos.. Sorry for all the questions.. I'm new to this and this video is
exactly what I want to do I'm just a little confused.. =)
Paige Wright: Absolutely LOVEEEEEEE it! You are very talented! I am going to try this!
mnfd3: @omega7373 where can i purchase this hair ?
nb,nm,nm: Can't Really See What Your Doing On The Edge Of The Cap.
butterfli78: so pretty, do you do straight hair like that also?
marsimone1: Did you install any clips around the u-shape area to prevent movement, or
did you use hair pins? Did you cut the hair, especially in the back?
sweetpea parks: your video really helped me with invisible part of how to do it with
straight hair when sewing in the closure part will it be seen the reason I
ask that cause with the curly hair you could not tell
Lisa Fierce: LOVE IT.... BEAUTIFUL !
omega7373: Nope-absolutely none of my hair was left out. There is a picture at the end
of the video wearing this units and several videos of me wearing invisible
part units if you wanted to see how it looks with other hair textures.
omega7373: @imthickardenasnicka Hey there! thank so much. I updated the info box with
all of the details.
Shennae Steele: whats the name to the wig cap that you are using and where can i purchase
Koko Mnkiko: what if I do it just as you've shown but don't cut it? Would it look nice
if I just put a little bit make up on the middle part and wear it as it is
? because my hair in the front is so thin and damaged that it wouldn't
stand any kind of tension :(
Jarria Potts: Luv it very neat
Vicky MF: i was wondering if this was even possible.. lol.. thanks for making this
omega7373: @makeupluver87 If you look at 8:16 there are combs to secure the wig or you
can sew it down. I like to be able to take it off nightly. I braid two
cornrows straight back and stick the combs under those braids.
twinone20: can you do a tut on how you applied this unit to your head please and also
the braid pattern that you used?
omega7373: @Oralaige I updated the info box to give all of the details : )
tropiKALi: exactly what have been looking for yay!
dominique williams: Your techniques are sick ! I just wanted to know with this particular
method ( the u part Wigand invisible part) could it be sown down instead of
omega7373: @Virga89 The questions help me know how clear (or unclear) I am being. You
were not the only one who asked so I actually put up another video showing
the inside of the wig. Questions are helpful.
omega7373: I don't have any of my hair out but one could use perm rods to set their
own hair for blending.
omega7373: @Mstoot7 thank you
omega7373: @ray3526 Thanks for taking the time to watch. All the wefts are on the cap.
The cap info is in the description box. The caps I use are usually on the
larger size. The problem you are having is why I typically don't sue wig
caps for a wig base. When I use a satin cap, I stretch the material and pin
it with straight pins while I sew. I take the cap off after I sew some of
the wefts on to ensure that it is still fitting properly.
omega7373: Use the white line or one of the stitches of the cap as a guide for the
tips of the weft is helpful so you will know not to go over that marker.
This is why I suggest curly hair when you are starting off with this method
until you get the hang of it. I'm not certain if I can really give more
detail being that I cannot see what you are doing/working with to offer
more tips. I would suggest that you look at more videos. There are tons on
Brandi Jefferson: And how do you get the ends close to the part to lay really flat??.thanks
omega7373: @butterfli78 Thank you! You can.
Mizz. Barbie: Great nice... I loved the wig u made girl...
kishacole02: Great job!!!!!
Dana Waller: hi i love this video it is exactly what i was looking for to make the type
of wig i wanted...i did want to ask where you got your wig head from and
much it cost...thank you
omega7373: @caramelperfecktion Wigs are my best friend...making my own makes them so
easy and care free. Let me know how it turns out when you try it.
omega7373: I use the same pattern/technique with straight hair
omega7373: @ShenikaB Exactly : )
princessfalon1: I cant figure out if you are sewing the combs on each front side of the wig
or on the sides of the invisible part. Would you be so kind to explain it
Karen Patricia: @MsEliMitzi me either i do not understand how to do it
omega7373: @latoriababyphat thanks!
sonyea01: ok....this is beautiful no doubt, but I really need to see this same exact
technique done using straight hair....i'm scared to try it without seeing
it first.....you would be the perfect person to do it because not everyone
shows ALL the steps like you just did. AMAZING!
1908brownsugar: I would love to purchase one of your wigs. Beautiful!
omega7373: @salsasucks Thanks so much! I don't actually make wigs professionally but
it was such a complement for you to ask.
Mstoot7: I <3 the wig!!!! Good work!
omega7373: 7:39 No different than a closure on a sew in. It closes the gap in the
middle and covers the other wefts.
omega7373: @TheMsMoca Glad you enjoyed!
omega7373: @kishacole02 Thanks!
omega7373: @blacklily624 Great...let me know how it turns out.
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