It’s All About Wig Making: Back beverly wigs To The Wig Block
It is September and I’m lastly again to normal – so my blogging and answering emails should turn into extra frequent. Apologies to anybody who has been waiting for a reply! I shall be catching up with replies this week. I used to be away for a lot of August, so had put down the ventilating hook and the computer/running a blog/emailing and taken a break. I think sometimes this is simply what we want after we work so hard at a craft that is quite physically and mentally demanding.
Anyway, again to the wig block! I am within the midst of working on one other hairpiece. This particular one is the smallest I have made thus far and i shall have an interest to see how it really works on the wearer’s head. I am hoping it will operate as meant. It is a clip-on hairpiece that has a seamed/galloon edge. My concern is that with size being far larger than width, it may beverly wigs not sit as flat as I would like.
Tiny Hairpiece Base – Parting Piece
One issue with making a hairpiece is that it is extremely onerous to tell precisely how it’s going to behave till you will have finished it as the burden of the ventilated hair provides a component of structure/stiffness to the ‘floppy’ base and that, in turn, helps to keep the hairpiece flush to the wearer’s head (I assume the pressure of the load of the hair is being exerted downwards onto the scalp). Consequently, I shall have to see what the tip result’s and will report back with some footage.