The perfect look for a cheap wig with bangs requires some styling skills. To help you get started on this project, we’re going to give you some tips and tricks to ensure that your wig looks great.
Gather your tools.
If you’ve got a budget of $50, you can still get a great look. Here’s what you’ll need:
- Bobby pins: These are used to hold your bangs in place while they’re drying and styling. You may also use hair ties as well if there is some extra length at the front of your wig that needs holding down.
- Scissors: Do not use scissors on synthetic hair wigs—they might damage it! Instead, trimming up close with an electric shears or clippers is fine.
- Sea salt spray: This product helps keep curly and kinky hair styles looking fresh without weighing them down or making them frizzy like regular hairspray does when applied too often (which leads us into our next tip). Just spritz this stuff all over both sides of your head before heading out in public so that when anyone touches yours for whatever reason (including themselves), they’ll get just enough friction from rubbing against each other without getting burned from direct contact with hot metal surfaces such as oven doors etcetera…
Shake out the wig
Before you begin styling, shake out your wig and remove any creases. Use a wig brush to remove any tangles or knots from the hair.
After removing the creases, use a wide-tooth comb to get rid of any remaining tangles that may still be present in your wig. You can also use a blow dryer on low heat for about five minutes if you prefer this method of removing tangles from wigs instead of using combs or brushes.(*)
Put on the wig.
First, put on the wig. As with any piece of clothing, it’s best to wear your bangs first. If you have short hair and are wearing a wig with long bangs, then you can put them in later and make sure they look good with your face shape before going all out with styling tools like curling irons or flat ironing.
Once you have tried out those options (or if you don’t want to do anything too fancy), put some pins in your hair where we will secure our wig cap later on—these will be used as guides when putting on our model’s hairpiece so that we know where exactly she needs help putting on her own piece!
Trim the bangs.
To trim your bangs, you’ll need scissors and a good pair of shears. If you don’t have access to these tools, use kitchen shears instead.
Place the wig on top of your head with the front part facing down in order to see how long it is when it’s wet and dry (you may want to do this before styling). You can also hold up a mirror so that you can see what direction the hair grows from each side of your face; this will help ensure that all sides are even when cutting off excess length from each section.
Add sea salt spray.
Now that your wig is styled, it’s time to add sea salt spray. This helps give your bangs some body and volume, but also gives them a natural look.
Using a blow dryer, start drying the bangs from the top of their crown down towards their temples until they’re completely dry. You can use puffier brush attachments if you want more volume in those areas!
Now that you’ve dried all of your bangs out properly, it’s time to style them! Use a comb or brush with stiff bristles (like an old toothbrush) and smooth over any parts where there are flyaways or kinks so that everything looks neat and tidy before styling further on with some hairspray later on down below…
You can easily style a wig with bangs.
You can easily style a wig with bangs.
You can use a wig with bangs for many different looks.
You can style a wig with bangs for a night out, or even as an alternative to your own hair at special occasions like weddings or parties.
You can style a wig with bangs, and it doesn’t have to cost you a lot of money. You need some basic tools that are easy to find at home or at your local craft store. We hope this article has given you some ideas on how to style your own cheap wig with bangs!