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.