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U-Part Wig? 3 Tips You Must To Know Before You Buy!

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Tuesday, July 28, 2020 11:59:10 PM America/Los_Angeles

Have you heard U Part Wig? It is one of the newest hottest trends on the market right now which blends well with your natural hair.U part wig have become more and more the favourite option for black girl.

However, how much do you know about this types wig? In this post, we bring you an overview of a special type of wig!

What You Will Learn From This Article:

1: What is U part Wig

2: Difference between u part wig& Lace Wig

3: Who needs U part Wig

4: How to Install U part wig

1: What is U part Wig?

U Part Wig is easy to wear that blend perfectly with your natural hair, no glue, no sewing,the hair extensions sewn on a U part wig cap with clips and adjustable straps on the back.

Unlike other lace part wigs, a U-part wig is a modified half wig with a u-shaped opening on top, allowing you to cover its tracks with your own hair.You can design different u-shaped size,like 2*4 inch, 1*4 inch, 1.5*4 inch and so on. The direction of opening also have middle part, left part and right part. Well, if you wanna protect your hair, a silk or lace closure is approved to be worn with u part wigs.

2: What is the difference between U part Wig and Lace Wig?



From this picture, it is more clearly shows that there is U shape in front of the wig, This allows you to incorporate your natural locks and offers you a more natural hairline. when you part the hair, it will show your real scalp. If you love to part your hair then the U shape wigs is a good choice, but if you more like free hairstyle, then we recommend you choose lace front wigs.

The U part wig is cheaper and affordable than lace wig because it is a non lace wig. Also, U-part wigs a very simple, quick, and easy to install. Easier than clip in's and definitely easier than lace frontal. Someone just called it as a 2 Minute Install Wig, and you can take the wig on and off every night. 

3: Who Needs U part Wigs?

·Someone who is looking for a protective style for natural hair.
·Someone who wants to sew-in weave without sitting in the salon for hours?
·Someone who wants to save the total cost of hair care.
·Someone who wants to be able to regularly shampoo natural hair underneath the weave.
·Someone who is hairline starting to thin or break from the stress of wearing a sew-in weave.

If your answer is yes to any of these questions, our U-Part Wig is just right for you! To be honest, the u-part wig gives you a lot of visual benefits. It enables you to give your hair and scalp a break from the strain of traditional sewn on weaves.

4: How to Install U part wig


Step 1 The U-part wig can be adjusted the opening of "U" shape according to your head size. When getting the wig, don't rush to install it right away. You can put it on your head first to compare, to decide you will wear it at the middle part or side part.

According to the size of your head (Make sure the wig fits the back of your head), determine the opening size of "U", which means how much hair you need to leave out.

Step 2 Section off a bit of your natural hair around your edges (aka “baby hairs”) at the front on both sides. Then, tie the rest of your hair up into a ponytail, and pin the ponytail securely with bobby pins.

Note: If your hair is longer than shoulder-length, we recommend cornrowing your hair down around the leave-out.

Then, you can start the regular installation steps.

Step 3 Next, put the wig on from the centre of the u-part, and clip it down wherever there are clips, making sure that the wig lays flat on your head.

Step 4 Part your leave-out in the direction you desire, and flat iron each section down accordingly, making sure to cover the edge of the u-part opening of the wig.

Step 5 Lastly, flat iron your leave-out together with hair from the wig so that it blends smoothly & seamlessly.

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