Are you new to closure wigs and unsure about how to install them properly? In this beginner-friendly guide, we will walk you through the step-by-step process of installing a closure wig. Whether you're a novice or just looking for some helpful tips, this guide will ensure a flawless and natural-looking closure wig installation. Let's get started!

What is A Closure Wig

A closure wig is a type of lace wig that includes a closure piece. A closure is a small patch of lace with hand-tied hair strands attached to it. The normal size of closure wigs in the market is 4×4 inches and 5×5 inches. It is designed to mimic the appearance of a natural scalp and hairline. The closure is typically placed at the front of the wig near the hairline, allowing you to achieve a seamless and natural-looking hairline when wearing the wig.

WigFever online store wigs are all made of 100% human hair which allows you can restyle the wig. Our closure wigs come in different styles, lengths, and textures to meet your various meets. You can choose from a short bob gingerbread straight Brazilian closure wig to a water wave 613 blonde closure wigs whatever you want.

Why is Closure Wig So Popular

Affordable Price with Realistic Appearance
Compared with the lace front wig and full lace wig, the closure wig is cheaper and uses a smaller area of lace. But the lace part provides a similar natural effect, giving the wearer a seamless and realistic look. The lace creates the illusion of a scalp and allows for versatile parting options.

Closure wigs are relatively easy to install and require less time and effort compared to traditional sew-in weaves or lace front wigs. With a closure wig, there's no need for time-consuming processes. Unlike other lace wigs, owning a lace front wig doesn’t require a lot of experience to care for and maintain it. This convenience makes closure wigs a popular choice for those who want a quick and hassle-free solution.

Protection for Natural Hair
Closure wigs provide a protective style that covers the wearer's natural hair. By wearing a closure wig, individuals can protect their natural hair from heat styling, chemical damage, and environmental factors. This can promote healthier hair growth and minimize the risk of hair breakage and damage.

Suitable for Beginners
Closure wigs are great for beginners as they require no extra work or adjustments. It covers the scalp completely and looks natural when used correctly. In addition, human hair closure wig can be easily styled with any styling appliance, making it an excellent choice for wig novices.

How to Install Closure Wig

Wig Prep

1. The first thing is to wash and condition your wig. Braid your natural hair into cornrows, flat against your scalp. This step helps create a smooth surface for the wig to sit on. Put your wig cap on your head and make sure your hair edges are all the way slick back so done. Ensure your hair doesn’t get in the way. Then take alcohol on a cotton wipe and rub this cotton pad along your hairline just like on your forehead.

2. Pick a foundation that matches your skin tone. Use a makeup brush to pick up the liquid foundation and do it onto the wig cap and lace trim of the wig. It blends better with your scalp.

3. Place the closure wig on your head and position it correctly, aligning it with your natural hairline.
Adjust the wig to ensure a snug and comfortable fit. Secure the wig using combs or pins inside. Trim any excess lace along the hairline using scissors. Be cautious and take your time to achieve a natural-looking edge.

For glueless closure wig:
If you wear glueless wig, you just need to adjust the elastic straps to attach it. For your convenience, WigFever glueless wigs are all been pre-plucked and bleached. You just need to wear it on and go.

For traditional lace closure wig:
You can take got 2 B freeze spray to attach the lace to your head. Spray this a little at a time on your forehead, just spread it out. Be sure to smooth out any wrinkles or air bubbles. Use something to fan in order to let it dry quickly, also you can use a blow dryer in cool mode. Then just stick the lace in place. Use a toothbrush to neat your hairline and lay the edges down. You also can use wig glue or other wig adhesives.


There are too many ways to style your wig. Such as using a curling iron to create elegant hair waves, putting on a head scarf, or doing some cute baby hair, etc. If your wig is made of human hair, you can even dye any color you want on it, like bleach it into edgy skunk stripe hair to greet this summer.

Tips: Bleach knots and pluck the wig will make your wig look more natural. If you buy a wig without pre-plucking and bleach knots, you can do it by yourself before wearing it.


Installing a closure wig doesn't have to be intimidating, even for beginners. By following this step-by-step guide, you can achieve a seamless and natural-looking closure wig installation. Remember to take your time, be patient, and practice proper care and maintenance for a long-lasting and beautiful wig experience. Enjoy your new look and embrace the versatility of closure wigs!