How to Remove A Full Lacefront Wig

When removing a full lace or front lace wig it is very important to take your time and work in small sections to ensure that you do not pull out any of your natural hair from your hairline.

In this video I will be giving you an update on my full lace wig that I applied in a previous video (click to see application video) and show you how I remove the unit.  I really needed to cleanse my scalp because it was starting to itch and that let me know that I was getting buildup on my scalp so I shampooed and conditioned.  I am using 91% alcohol and C-22 Citrus Solvent in this demonstration and you will see how I layer the two products to give me a more efficient removal.  
I was being sure to carefully lift the lace off of my hairline, but there was an area of hair in the back that got a little adhesive on it.  So, I held my hair down by the roots and gently pulled the lace and wig cap off of my hair.  I do this so that I am not accidentally pulling my hair out by the roots if a little adhesive does happen to get caught in the hair.  
To ensure that all of the adhesive glue was out of my hair after the lace unit was off, I sprayed my hairline with the C-22 Citrus Solvent, massaged it in, then wiped it off.  The BMB adhesive comes right off with the Citrus Solvent, but you must shampoo the Citrus Solvent out of your hair.  

I hope this video gives you a good idea of how to remove your lace wig.  I know I have covered a lot of information about how to apply a lace wig, but never how to remove it properly.  Please subscribe to this blog if you would like to stay updated on natural hair protection and growth using lace wigs.

Washing Natural Hair In Braids

Hello readers,

 The selfish philosopher rages.  I have been holding out on you and not sharing all of my go to products, but I wanted to share with you my experience with natural hair and extension less braids, which means that your own natural hair is braided to the scalp and no synthetic braiding hair is used.
I am still trying to use all natural products so I used a lavender shampoo by Whole Foods 365 and Suave Naturals Tropical Coconut Conditioner.  I do not care for the Lavender shampoo because it does not lather very well and I did not know if it got all of my braided hair thoroughly cleaned.

Beauty Without Cruelty Leave-In Conditioner, Revitalize 8.5fl oz

After my hair had air dried I coated the ends of my hair with Beauty Without Cruelty Leave in Conditioner.
I have been using this product for about 2 months and I feel that I can give you an honest review.  This leave in conditioner has left my hair feeling soft and very manageable when it is out of braids, and when I put this product on the ends of my hair they instantly curled up as if they had been sprayed with water or some liquid.  This conditioner is a cream but is not thick at all.  It actually has a water based consistency and is very easy to apply throughout my 3c/4a hair.

I recently read a post on the forum I belong to and one of the young ladies said that she was going to stop wearing her hair braided because "her ends were becoming thin".  When I started the crowning glory method I researched a lot and learned that it was very important to keep your hair balanced with a combination of protein and moisture and very important to keep your ends moisturized and trimmed.  So don't be afraid to grow your natural hair out using long as you keep your scalp clean and your ends moisturized, you should be able to achieve growth and retain the length you have worked so hard to get.