4266Re: [F-Costume] Re: Wig help
- Jun 1, 2009Ah, that is a clever idea! Did having the wig attached to the bald cap make it any harder to pull on? I'm rather an awkward thing, prone to breaking things that one didn't think were breakable and I can see myself splitting a baldcap when putting it on (I've done it before!) especially with the weight of a wig attached to it.
Okay... 20 questions time, hope you don't mind!
When you cut the wig, did that create any problems with losing hair/thinning the wig at all? And how many goes did it take you before you got it right?
How did you get the right positioning on your head? Did you have someone help you glue it down or mark it out on the cap? And did positioning the wig further back than intended on your head
cause any problems with the shape/tightness of the wig itself? The way
I see it - not sure if I'm right here - is that a wig cap is shaped in
such a way that it's designed to fit snugly on your head in a certain
way and if you push it back, the fit won't be as good.
--- On Tue, 2/6/09, Candy <candykay921@...> wrote:
From: Candy <candykay921@...>
Subject: [F-Costume] Re: Wig help
Received: Tuesday, 2 June, 2009, 12:08 AM
Thanks! I forgot to add that I actually coated the inside of the first wig with the spirit gum and glued it down on the bald cap. So that thing wasn't moving! No worries about someone knocking it off if you do that. It won't budge until you peel the whole thing from your head.
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