[Watch] Another Wig Is Lost To The Sling Shot Ride And It’s Hilarious

[Watch] Another Wig Is Lost To The Sling Shot Ride And It's Hilarious

We have seen video after video of women losing their wigs on amusement park rides and every time it’s hilarious and every time we wonder why she didnt secure the wig.

The video currently making its rounds on social media sent us, sis lost everything, watch:


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Since this is a common occurrence we recently shared a post on how you can secure your wig on vacation, especially when you plan to be super active.

If you plan to hit the amusement park with a wig, the tips we gave in that post can work here as well.

Try any of the below methods to secure your wig:

Invest in a wig grip band.
A wig grip band is an adjustable band that keeps your wig from slipping and sliding all day long.

The way it works is simple: you place the band around the perimeter of your head like a headband, and then slip your wig over it.

Depending on which brand you go with, there should be adjustable straps in the back that’ll help you keep it snug—no matter the size of your head, or volume of your hair.

Go the traditional route and sew it down.

Now I know this is probably the most tedious and time-consuming option, but that’s because it’s the most secure option of them all.

Sewing your wig down instead of doing the usual gel and glue will undoubtedly keep it in place no matter what you do that day. 

The magic of this method is that you don’t have to sew your entire head to keep your wig secure—just the perimeter and the crown.

This way, you’ll keep your hair sturdy but also have a relatively easy time cutting out the thread.

Try out double-sided tape.

Double-sided wig tape is truly the bomb! It has the durability of strong-hold gel and glue without all the mess; and is virtually invisible like clips and pins, but requires none of the extra work to install!

Securing your wig with double-sided tape is pretty easy: place one side on your hair or protective cap, so that when you place your wig on your head, the upside of the tape will stick to the cap of the wig. Thus, adhering the wig to your head.

How do you secure your wig at the amusement park? Comment below!


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