How To Hide Wig Wefts?

There are so many ways to create wigs. We promise you, they are not that scary! Some wig techniques include heat forming the fivers, splitting a wig, spiking, adding a foam core, layering, and wefting. Some people combine these techniques to create their wigs, but that’s not why we are here.

In this article, we will focus primarily on wefting your actual wig, and hiding your wig wefts

What are wefts?

They are individual strands of the synthetic or natural  hair fiber. They are the strands sewn onto your wig cap when you part your wig hair. Wefting is designed to make a wig thicker than normal.

How do you hide wig wefts?

Step 1: Know your options

When it comes to wefting, you have a few options; you can either hot glue your wefts or sew them in. Sewing is cleaner than using hot glue, so if you have the time, we totally recommend hand stitching your wefts.

You can also buy wefts, but in this article, we want to show you how to make yours and hide them properly.

Step 2: Get prepared

To begin, you would be needing the following:

  • Your wefts (Do not have them? You can purchase from us here at Perfect Line Swiss).
  • A comb (There are reasons why we didn’t say a brush. We’d discuss them in the next steps).
  • A pair of scissors
  • A hand needle.
  • A pin cusion
  • Your actual wig (You can also purchase here).
  • Alligator clips (We have the perfect ones for this task here at Perfect Line Swiss).
  • A thread that matches the color of your wig/ and or the color of the thread of the previous wefts.

Step 3: Separate out your hair

The goal here is to add in new layers of wefts right in between the original ones that come with your wig. Pull back the hair so you can divide two wefts. It doesn’t matter where you start, what matters is where you want the thickness to start.

To separate the hair, use the back of your comb, an alligator clip, or a finger. Twist small chunks of hair and using your alligator clips, clip the hair to the top of the wig. It’s not compulsory that it looks pretty, but it has to separate all the hair between two wefts.

Step 4: Pin your wefts

Beginning at one point, pin your weft down into the wig head, and continue pinning until you reach the other end. If it’s too long, cut off the excess when you reach that end. You can place pins on every other elastic band, and ensure that you leave natural slack in between wefts.

Step 5: Sew in your wefts

Thread the needle and tie a knot at the end. (The knot should be big enough so it doesn’t slip through the solid above the ear piece of the wig).

Now, raise the wig up and thread your needle through where the first pin is. Sew at least 4 loops before mobbing to the next weft. Continue until you reach the end. Repeat steps 3-5 until there is no more weft.

Step 6: Comb out your thick wig

You’d see that your wig is thicker. Using a flash, you will see the two different layers of hair.

How To Hide Lace Wig Mesh?

We know…You are tired of bleaching your knots. The hair piece cost a sizable amount, and bleaching is too much of a risk right? What do you do?

In this article, we’d be showing you how to hide your lace wig mesh using the Band-Aid method while slaying your part. Even though there are other options like tinting your lace with a knot sealer or foundation, the Band-Aid method is best for achieving a more realistic looking part, while hiding the holes, grids, and knots on your frontal lace, lace wig or closure quite well.

The things you need

  • Tweezers
  • T-pins
  • Lift or pick comb
  • Toothbrush
  • Concealer brush
  • Skin matched concealer
  • Styrofoam mannequin head
  • Silicone scar sheets

Step 1: Drop the lace wig on the Styrofoam mannequin head and choose where you want to insert your part. Using the pick or lift comb, tidy up your part by separating the hair.

Step 2: Pluck out the hair strands going down your part with a tweezer. You should pluck out just a few of them at once to make your parting clearly defined. If you remove 2-4 hair strands at once as you progress backwards, it will not tear the lace, and will be just enough to make a clear definition. You shouldn’t apply unnecessary force and should use caution whole doing this.

Step 3: It is time to get your box of Silicone scar sheets. Flip the hair piece inside out and put it back on the mannequin. Considering this product can be a bit expensive, it is helpful to know that each piece would go a long way, lasting through a shampoo in some cases. You can double the number (12 to a box at times) by splitting the sheet in half. Carefully peel and stick directly on the lace.

Always remember that the sheet should be stuck down on the lace about 2-3 millimeters back from the edge where the baby hair meets the excess lace you will be cutting off, so that you can properly blend your hairline after.

Step 4: The moment it is on, flip the wig over the correct way and using a toothbrush, brush the hair away from the part to get it tidy.

Step 5: Touch things up with your Perfect Line Swiss concealer and blend your part to match your complexion. Going forwards and backwards along the part, simply apply concealer on the part one step at a time until you are pleased and it has blended well. When you are done, the holes and grids will look quite well hidden.

We hope you found this information useful and that it will help you get that realistic and undetectable look. Go ahead and get close, they won’t be able to tell that it’s a wig!

How To Cover Lace Front With Makeup?

A lot of women today consider the lace front wig to be better than the regular ones, especially when they are suffering from hair loss. You would regularly see these wigs in television shows and movies, underlying its popularity. A quality lace front wig restores self-esteem, confidence and helps to make you feel and look like the best version of you.

The ‘lace’ is a strip of material that is nude in color, resting beside the front of the wig, and giving you a more natural look. The only major problem with lace fronts is that they usually come in one nude color, making you wonder how natural yours will appear. For darker skinned women, this problem is particular.

Even though there are numerous custom designs and fibers that can raise the quality and standard in the market, not everyone feels comfortable in them.

You can make a custom wig using a lace front that is close to the complexion of your scalp, but checked closely, the line between the lace and your skin may still be seen. Is there a solution to this problem?


What is it?


Hiding lace front wigs with makeup

There’s even better news; you do not need special makeup – the one you already have on can serve (if you are the type that normally wears makeup, that is). For specifics, all you need is a concealer and a powder foundation.

If you are not the type to wear either, then you may have to visit a makeup artist for the right shade.

Now to the important part…..

Step 1: Turn the wig inside out.

Step 2: Carefully apply concealer to the underside of any lace along the part.

Step 3: Put the wig on. Ensure that it is in the right place.

Step 4: Apply concealer to the lace front.

Step 5: It’s time to use the powder foundation. After applying, make sure to blend it across the lace front.


You are done and should have succeeded in hiding your lace fronts with simple makeup. Before you step out though, look at yourself under natural light, and not just in the bathroom.

There’s also something you might want to know if you regularly using this trick; makeup will build up on the lace front, potentially causing damage to your hairline. For wigs that you wear every day or two, you should clean the lace at least once weekly.

To do this, using a cotton swab, carefully dab rubbing alcohol to the lace. While doing this, a folded washcloth should be place underneath to absorb the ‘released’ makeup. The best part of this tactic is that it is safe on both synthetic hair wigs and human hair wigs.

With your lace front wigs, you can enjoy a much more natural look – and if you steadily treat yours, it will look even better.

To learn more about caring for your wig and the services we offer, contact Perfect Line Swiss today.

How To Make Wig Hairline Look Natural?

Wigs, especially human hair wigs are built to make you feel confident and good. But how good you feel and look will depend on how well you wear the wig. If you see celebrities wearing wigs, you will definitely have wondered how they are able to make it look so authentic and natural.

Truthfully, there are tricks and tips that can be employed to make your wig look as natural as possible. In this article, we will look at how to make your wig hairline look natural. It is a relatively simple process that if practiced properly would easily make you fool everyone into thinking your wig is the real thing.

Below are steps to take to make your wig hairline look real:

  1. Select a style

Buying a wig is a significant investment, so before you do, ask a couple of questions. What style do you want? Do you want to leave some of your natural hair? Will you take it off at night before sleeping?

These questions will help you decide the type of wig that you want to purchase.

  1. Take your measurements

Measure your head with a measuring tape to make sure that the wig cap you get will fit perfectly.

  1. Bleach the knots

If you decide to purchase a lace wig with human hair, it is essential to flip the wig inside out and then bleach the knots on the hairpiece.

  1. Pluck the hairs

You need to pluck some of the hairs on the wig’s hairline, especially for those that do not look natural at all. The best way to do this is by tweezing.

  1. Select your braid pattern

When you are done customizing the hairline of the wig, you should select the best braid pattern for your hair. Ensure that the parting of the braids is in the right direction. Twist the hair in the direction of the wig part, so when you put on the wig, you do not see braids, but skin.

  1. Cut the lace after wearing the wig

There is usually a large piece of lace at the hairline of lace front wigs. Put the wig on your head, and then cut it off to fit the frame of your face.

  1. Get a custom cut

Since cutting the wig is the most essential step, you can get professional help from stylists to suit your natural hair.

  1. Apply the wig

Now you have the right cut, you should apply the wig. For the wig to stay on for a couple of days, you should use a light adhesive to hold it in place. You can also use bobby pins to kip it secure.

  1. Use dry shampoo

It is time to style the hair, now that the wig is secure on your head. Spraying with dry shampoo is one of the coolest ways to keep the wig looking natural. This is because some wigs, especially synthetic ones tend to look unnaturally shiny and dry shampoo can remove some of the shine to make the strands look more real.

  1. Blend the wig

The final step is to blend the wig’s hairline with your own to make it look more realistic. You do this using the lace grid and knot concealer from Perfect Line Swiss. Warm up the tube in hot water for 3 minutes, turn your wig inside out and then glide the concealer onto your lace part. Turn your wig over, select your parting then use the flat part of your comb to smooth out the product. Finally drop a drop of your favorite hair oil onto the parting to make it come alive like a natural scalp.

And you’re done! As you can see the process is not very complicated, something that you can easily do from the comfort of your home.

How To Hide The Lace On A Closure?

A lace closure is a top unit or small hairpiece that you can customize or buy ready to wear. They can be attached to the skin with the help of a double-sided tape for those with hair loss or a liquid adhesive.

There are several types of lace closures: curly wave, body wave, straight wave, three-part, middle part, and free part. There are also 7×7, 6×6, 5×5, and 4×4 lace closures. Whichever lace closure you decide to use though, you wouldn’t want the lace being out in the open.

In this article, we would be going through the best ways to hide the lace on a closure. All of these methods and strategies have been used by so many people and surely work.

  • 1: Choose the right closure

Select a good quality lace closure that have texture and color similar to your natural real hair. Not sure where to get one? Shop from us here at Perfect Line Swiss.

  • 2: Select a color that matches your skin tone

Fact is, a lace that is undetectable like your scalp will help you hide it better. You can dye the lace using a fabric dye similar to your skin tone as well. Dip a cotton swap in a dye and apply anywhere the lace can be seen (around your hairline and at the park).

  • 3: Trim off the excess lace off

Before you wear the lace frontal closure or full lace closure, trim the excess lace off. Use a sharp fabric scissors to cut off the excess, leaving about a 1.25-inch lace strip.

  • 4: Hide all your hair

All of your own hair should be hidden before you put on the closure. Use a hair gel to make the hair slick and stick.

  • 5: Put your lace closure on

Put on your closure and go to a hairstylist to ensure that it is cut in a way that suits your style perfectly. Adjust the lace closure to fit you head well, then secure with clips or combs.

  • 6: Sharpen a white eyeliner pencil to a point

Carefully draw a white line with the white liner pencil on the parted area of your scalp. Make the line thin, and as close to the scalp as can be.

  • 7: Shake and open a bottle of skin colored concealer

Take makeup with a thin brush – use the tip of the brush to collect a small amount of concealer. Casually brush the part covered with a white-liner using a thin layer of skin-colored concealer.

  • 8: Wipe the makeup brush off with a paper towel

You need a small amount of makeup powder that is slightly darker than your skin tone. Brush this thin layer over the part to seal the concealer.

  • 9: Use a headband or a scarf

People would think accessories mean your hair is natural. This is another great way to hide the lace on a closure.