Step 1 Put your wig on the wig stand. This will ensure that your wig doesn't move when you’re going at your hairline with tweezers.
Step 2 Comb through the front of your wig to make sure there are no knots or tangles. Then use one hand to pull the hair back from the hairline.
Step 3 Slowly start pulling out the wig. Take the tweezers and pull the hair straight back from the face. Pluck about every other hair strand to make sure that everything is spaced out (this also helps you avoid bald spots). Start at the hairline above the ears and work your way down the middle.
Take your time - if you over-pluck too much, there is no going back. You'll also want to make sure you're pulling the hair, not the lace. If you use tweezers on the lace you may tear it.
Step 4 Repeat the above steps, and then pick up a few layers of wig. Remember, when you pull out a wig, you're not just pulling out the hairline near your forehead. The idea is to make the entire front of the wig look less dense, so you'll need to pull out a few layers of your wig.
So, once you've done step three, brush out the excess hair. Then, from ear to ear, part a small section of hair and flip it forward (over the head of the wig stand). Pulling out that layer of hair makes the wig look less bulky.
Brush all the hair you’ve plucked out, and you have a natural looking hairline.