We used the light brown wig cap because we are going to sew on the pink color
A Styrofoam ball is very helpful for this project. You can sew over the ball.
If an appropriate size of Styrofoam ball is not available, you can use your doll's
head and mark where you sew and take it off to start sewing. Also, you can use
clay to make a ball for this project.
Mark the top of the wig and make concentric circles that will be used for sewing
the wefting.(Please refer to the picture above step 4.) Where there is more space
between lines, there will be more hair implanted and then where there is less
space between lines, there will be less hair implanted. The center point of the
wig is closer to the forehead than the absolute crown of the head.
4. We will use the
short wefting for the yellow area and the long wefting for the white part.
Start sewing the edge with the longer weft. The picture shows the front part where
weft has been sewed to cover the face.
Then sew weft on the back part of the head. In the picture above, the left part
of the head is back and the right side of the head is front.
Sewing weft up along the mark from the bottom line.
8. Finished sewing two thirds of
the wig in the picture.
Put the other wig cap on the
Styrofoam ball and open up a hole on
the center point. Mark the line the one third from the top. (The line has appropriate
space from the top layer of the other wig cap.)
10. Sew the shorter
weft along the line.
The two layers were sew in the left picture. And flip the wig cap inside out while
putting hair thorough the hole to the other side and then flip the wig cap back
like in the right picture.
Cut off the area that are not sewed. And flip the wig cap back again.
Put the first wig cap on the ball again. And attach the other wig cap on the top
of the wig cap with needles tentatively.
Sew the shorter weft on the rest of the area, with the 5-10mm space.
Finish sewing up to the top of the head.|
Spread the hair equally and make a beautiful hair whorl.
Push down the top using your hair iron (if the hair is heat-resistant, set up
to 150 C degrees for hair-resistant hair and up to 80 C degrees for toyokaron.)
looks natural from any angles. Arrange your favorite style.
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type of tutorial on our website.
Also, Parabox is not responsible for injuries
that might result from following this tutorial.