If you follow me on Instagram, you might have seen my announcement for the fourth and final Get Wigged Nigeria class for this year. Ella and I would be going all out and spilling all our wig making tricks and hacks in this class. Also, we’ve included new learning points, so if you’re in Lagos, make it a date with us! As usual, it would be a small class so we can give everyone our undivided attention, the seats would be limited and would be given on a first-to-pay basis. Continue reading “Learn How To Make Wigs In Lagos, Nigeria”
One of my resolutions for this year is to try more protective styles and my go-to is wigs. They’re perfect for protective styling and still give you access to your hair to wash, deep condition and have all the necessary treatments on weekends or at your free time. If you’re are a beginner at wig making, you might want to try making wigs using the flip over method or bonding glue to help with the closure. There is a video at the end of this post to guide you. When you feel more confident, you can try using the lace closure.
I apologize for being MIA these past weeks but I’ve been busy, and well lazy. I finally got off my lazy behind and made this crochet wig. Nobody tells you how much work it takes, I mean you would think it is pretty easy when you watch a 15-minute clip on YouTube but it takes a really long time and a good deal of patience.
What You’ll Need
Marley hair (or any bulk hair of your choice really)
Latch hook or big bobby pins
Continue reading “DIY: Crochet Wig”