What are the
different types of wig attachments?
Transpore Tape: Semi-liquid wig adhesive similar to tape. Used to create a stronger bond. Can be worn from 3 to 5 days.
Clips: Attached to the underside of the wig or hair unit. Grips the strong, growing perimeter hair. Daily wear or longer, depending on your preference.
Liquid Adhesive: Stronger than tape. Lasts up to 5 days without removal. Remove with solvent or 99% alcohol, which can be purchased at your local pharmacy.
Extended Wear Bonding: Creates a firm attachment to the hair track with a medically approved "super glue" type product. Must be applied by a specialist trained in this procedure or results can be disastrous. Lasts 3 to 6 weeks.
Weave: A single tiny cornrow braid around the perimeter of the bald area. Acts as an anchor so that unit may be sewn in place.
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