Steps to make your straight hair look flawless

Insider information will be shared with you in this letter, so please read it carefully. You're probably thinking about all of the celebrity hairstyles that you've been admiring lately. It is almost certain that they are wearing straight hair; this is an unavoidable conclusion. If this were not the case, celebrities would be unable to switch up their looks for red carpet appearances and photoshoots without causing damage to their naturally occurring hair, which is unthinkable. We have good news for you as well: you are welcome to participate in the festivities as well. Whether you're looking to experiment with a new protective style or simply want to try something new and different, wigs provide you with the opportunity to try out a variety of different looks.

Until you have mastered the art of wearing your new wig, you will be unable to begin taking selfies with it in the immediate future. Unfortunately, getting the desired result is not as simple as simply taking the wig out of the box and slapping it on your bald head and calling it a day. Precautions must be taken before wearing your straight hair in order to avoid it appearing as phony as Camila Cabello and Shawn Mendes' relationship did when they first started dating. (Okay, maybe a few more than a few.)So I reached out to Brittany Johnson, a Mayvenn Hair certified stylist, who will take you step by step through the process of applying a wig from beginning to end.

Okay, according to Johnson, the first step is to determine what you want to achieve with your hair in the first place. Is it important to you to have a protective style that is simple to maintain and that requires little to no effort on your part? Or would you prefer something that requires a little more maintenance but allows you to switch up your hairstyles and wear your hair in a high ponytail? If so, what would you suggest as a solution? Are you looking for something that will make your hair appear absurdly long, on the other hand? Whatever your reason for wanting a wig, it will have an impact on which option is the most appropriate for your overall appearance and style.

In order to make things easier for you, wigs are available in four different styles. These are as follows:

1. Wigs that have been pre-styled and are ready to wear

If you are new to hair maintenance or if you are simply too lazy to do anything with your hair on a regular basis, this is the option for you. According to Johnson, they are delivered in a ready-to-use state, having already been cut, colored, and styled before being delivered. However, because they are not as customizable as other short straight hair options, they are more cost-effective than other wig options in the long run. According to Johnson, the cost of a  can range anywhere from $50 to $200, depending on where you buy it, the type of hair used, and the length of the hair.

Another option is to wear wigs with lace fronts.

The length of these wigs, which have a 4x4 inch lace closure in the front of the piece, according to Johnson, gives you more options when it comes to choosing your part because they have more length. Because of the lace closure, this style is virtually undetectable and blends seamlessly with your natural hairline, resulting in an overall appearance that is even more realistic in feel and appearance. In spite of the fact that this is an excellent beginner's wig to purchase, depending on where you purchase yours, they may be a little bit more expensive than ready-to-wear wigs. On the low end, the average cost of lace-front wigs ranges between $150 and more than $400, while on the high end, the cost can reach more than $1,000.

3. Wigs made of lace that wrap around the entire head

According to Johnson, they have lace around the entire perimeter of the wig, and the long straight hair cap is positioned in the center of the wig. As a result of the seamless integration of the lace with your scalp, you'll be able to easily switch up your hairstyle and throw it into a ponytail or a bun without any difficulty. According to Johnson, they are typically priced between $150 and more than $400 per pair of shoes.

Another option is to wear a wig with a full lace front.

This is without a doubt the Rolls Royce of wigs, as demonstrated by the fact that Kylie Jenner wears one of these wigs before photographing a thirst trap for her Instagram account. As previously stated by Johnson, the entire base of the wig is made entirely of lace, from top to bottom. Johnson recommends braiding the lace into cornrows to give the appearance of your scalp, and because you won't have to worry about any tracks showing through, you can style the wig however you want (for example, Johnson suggests braiding it into cornrows).

People who struggle to decide which Netflix movie to watch, let alone which hairstyle to commit to, will benefit greatly from full lace wigs that are completely natural-looking. This style, however, requires more knowledge and expertise when it comes to maintenance, so if this is your first time wearing a wig, this may not be the best choice for you, according to Johnson. Be aware that they can be quite expensive, with market prices ranging from $200 to well over $600.

As soon as you have decided on the type of  you want to purchase, you must choose between synthetic and human hair for it. To determine whether you want synthetic or human hair, you must first decide whether you want synthetic or human hair. Despite the fact that human hair wigs are more expensive, Johnson claims that they look (and feel) more realistic, can be styled with heat, and will last at least a year, if not longer, if properly cared for. The wigs are less natural-looking than human hair wigs and cannot be heated styled, but they are significantly less expensive than human hair wigs and require less maintenance than human hair wigs, according to Johnson.

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