First, tie the wig into a ponytail. This is to avoid accidentally sticking the adhesive directly to the lace wig hair. The ponytail should also allow you to fully see the lace seams. Next, an oil-based or alcohol-based binder remover is selected.
If you are using an alcohol-based makeup remover, use a Q-tip or a small rubber brush; do not spray directly onto your hair or face. If your skin is sensitive, this remover may irritate it.
After using the alcohol-based remover, let it stand for a few minutes. Eventually, the seams will begin to peel off on their own. Apply some cleansing oil below.
If you use an oil-based scavenger, you can spray directly along the wig seam because it won’t dry your skin. You can also use it to remove adhesions from the skin. After spraying, wash it off with shampoo and cold water.
After you have applied any makeup remover, gently and firmly peel the suture from your face. Start from one side and slowly walk to the other side.
When the seam is completely detached, carefully remove the lace wig from your head. If you feel the adhesive remains on the wig, slide the wig onto the mirror; the adhesive will rub onto the mirror and can be cleaned with a scrub pad. After that, leave the fake on the wig and let it stay in shape.