Deviant Login Shop  Join deviantART for FREE Take the Tour
×



Details

Submitted on
December 30, 2006
Image Size
774 KB
Resolution
800×2780
Link
Thumb
Embed

Stats

Views
53,252 (8 today)
Favourites
793 (who?)
Comments
89
Downloads
634

License

Creative Commons License
Some rights reserved. This work is licensed under a
Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 License.
×
Tutorial: How to put on wigcap by taeliac Tutorial: How to put on wigcap by taeliac
Here is the second of three tutorials I took pictures for a few days ago at school, for putting on and wearing wigs.

This one is about how to put on a wigcap (after your hair has been pincurled). For some reason, it seems longer than it should be - this is an insanely simple process, that after a few tries, turns out to take less than three minutes to do, but I wanted to be as detailed as possible with pictures and descriptions, so it makes sense.

For the pins, I have found these via Sally Beauty & Supply:

Smaller hair pins - [link]
Larger hair pins - [link] (you do not use these for putting on a wig cap - these are for the actual wig itself, but I wanted to include the link for ease of ordering!)

Unless you're wearing an extremely light colored wig, always get black pins (bobbi pins and hair pins) because they won't reflect light - they just look like the roots of hair.

Again, a thank you goes out to ~MedeaHiasobi for helping me with this (it's her hands with blue fingernails you see in the pictures :D) ~ you should go watch her, too!

Wig tutorials:
:heart: How to do pincurls -- [link]
:heart: How to put on a wig cap -- [link]
:heart: How to put on a wig -- [link]
Add a Comment:
 
:iconblacksilkwolf:
BlackSilkWolf Featured By Owner May 20, 2013
PASTA!
Reply
:iconchibitaliav:
ChibitaliaV Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2013  Student Artist
Awesome! I'm gonna try this when i get my wig! Im going to have to use a bunch of hair pins cuz my hair is short and in caps xD
Reply
:icontaeliac:
taeliac Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
If it's really short, you can use toupee clips to anchor your wig down to - they're easy to get in, and you can find them at Sally's and sometimes places like Walgreens even - just put them in wherever you can't pincurl your hair, or where the wig is going to need extra support (like under big buns and the like) and use your wig pins into those instead of the pincurls, and your wig should stay put through anything :3
Reply
:iconchibitaliav:
ChibitaliaV Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2013  Student Artist
Awesome! Ima try that xD Ive tried with like normal bobby pins and some hairs would just be sticking out >: P
Reply
:iconepicness278:
epicness278 Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2012
thanks so much for the help even if i dont have wigs XD i want to cosplay but dont have any
Reply
:iconmyriam-nora:
Myriam-Nora Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Ouaouh, j'adore ! Bravo ^-^
Reply
:iconprotectorkorii:
ProtectorKorii Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2012
Great tutorial! I didn't know about the different hairpins! I'll have to get some. Thank you very much!
Reply
:iconcreamated-chocolate:
creamated-chocolate Featured By Owner May 14, 2011
Will this work with really thick hair that goes down to the lower back? Because I always had a hard time stuffing my hair in a wig. :C
Reply
:icontaeliac:
taeliac Featured By Owner May 14, 2011  Professional Artisan Crafter
Yep, it definitely does, with the pincurls, or using two french braids down the back (I think I put that in the tutorial ^^;) I have the same type of hair, and I just wedged it into a wig (comfortably ;P) a few weeks ago, and no problems at all :3
Reply
:iconcreamated-chocolate:
creamated-chocolate Featured By Owner May 14, 2011
I put my fair in french braids but without a wig cap. What an annoyance that was. :I thanks for the advice C:
Reply
Add a Comment: