Some of you may have seen or heard about someone who lost the hair on their edges, so much so that it appeared bald and receding. This can easily happen to your edges because the edges are generally the weakest part of your hair.
Hair styles like braids, weaves, tight hair styles can cause stress on your edges which can lead to the hair loss as well as glues and tapes used in full lace wigs, frontals, and closures, etc. Glues and tapes promise a smooth and easy hold for a seamless look but can be very damaging if not cared for properly. Also, if you have a naturally thin and delicate hairline, these types of styling options increase the chance of you losing your hair.
Most women want to protect their edges and hair.
There are a few products that give you a hold without damaging or thinning the edges, like Got to Be Glued. What I’ve personally discovered is, when the glues or tapes start to wear and the lace begins to lift, you should have the wig removed and reattached. But what some women do is try to patch. Never patch!
If you want to protect your edges or hair, then you might want to consider a glueless full lace wig over braids, weaving, sew-ins glues or tapes. With the advancement of glueless full lace wigs, they really have a very natural and realistic look. Even though no glues or tapes are used, the glueless full lace wig is made to stay on and look a lot more believable and best of all, it’s far less dramatic than sewing or gluing it in.
Divas Lace Wigs offers a complete hairline of glueless full lace wigs and full lace wigs human hair.