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How to Cut a WigThe opinions and information in this video are for strictly educational purposes only.How to Cut a Wig When you get a new wig there are lots of options for how you can change the style You could trim it to a shorter length add layers or create bangs for a variety of different looks. Remember to always use good quality hair scissors and to take your time With a little bit of patience you can cut and style your own wig at home. Pin your wig in place on a wig stand. Place several T pins along the lace line which is where the hairline starts and place a few more near each ear to secure the wig to the stand. If you have a full lace wig place the pins near the hairline. If you have a lace front wig place the pins within the lace line.Comb or brush the hair to remove any tangles. Spend a few minutes gently brushing out your wig. You want to ensure that there are no tangles or sections of hair that arent falling where they should. Since your wig doesnt grow back you need to be patient when preparing to cut it.Start with the back of the wig and work in small sections. Move your fingers down the hair until they are at the length where you want to wig to be. Try to hold the hair so that its flat between your middle and index fingers rather than bunched together.Cut the hair at a 45 degree angle taking care to not cut your fingers. Use your hair cutting scissors and cut up into the hair trimming it across the entire length of your fingers. Make small even snips to prevent any accidents.Trim the entirety of your wig until all the ends are the same length. When moving on to a new section use some of the hair from an already cut area to guide the trimming so everything ends up being the same length.Snip off any loose long hairs that you missed in the trimming process. Walk all around the wig checking the ends for any long scraggly hairs you might have missed in the trimming process. Snip them off to clean up your wig.