Light Yaki Lace Wig Application

Hello my fellow readers,
I just wanted to show you my latest lace wig application.  This is my Indian Remy Light Yaki Full Lace Wig, that I have dyed to a dark brown color on top and it is still 1B on the bottom, mostly in the back.  
My natural hair is braided and has been freshly washed.  I used my Giovanni Smooth As Silk Deeper Moisture Shampoo and Suave Naturals Coconut Conditioner on my scalp and braids.  I have been using a natural product called Hair Renew and so I sprayed some of that on my braids after they had been air dried.  I wash my hair every time I remove my lace unit, which is usually every 5-7 days.

Again, I have glued my wig cap down using BMB lace wig adhesive and prepped my hairline with 91% alcohol that I purchased from Walgreen's and Walker's Scalp Protector all around because this is a full lace application.  After the wig cap set in the glue for about 7 minutes I cut the excess off and tried to follow the pattern of my natural hairline.  I did not do that great of a job cutting the wig cap this time and I created a couple of runs in the nylon, but the main idea is to cover your natural hair so you can reduce the amount of glue that may get in it.

Watch the video below to see the actual application from that point I left off explaining above, I will wrap up after the video.

So, as you can see this was a pretty simple application and it was not that messy.  I did have to go back in with the BMB and touch up the sides the next day because I had totally misjudged how far to go down on the side burn area.  I purchased this unit from a vendor that I am looking to work with in the near future on a business venture.  I have sampled a couple of full lace units from various vendors, mostly Chinese, but so far I have only liked 2 out of the 4 sampled.

I really like this particular unit, it is 16" long and it is a yaki straight texture.  An older male co-worker told me that I  looked like a black Cher, I did not know what to think about that, but I like the sleek look of it after it has been wrapped.  

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