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After I cut bangs in the Enchantment wig I was working on, I wanted to put it up in anime style pony tails.
Then I saw the above (since the white of a wig head didn't realistically show what it would look like on someone's head, I put in some platinum blonde hair to simulate a light but real hair tone) holes in the back. These will happen on almost any non-street/passable-for-human-hair quality wig, in other words, almost any wig that you will get in an unusual color. If you get yours made custom by a wig shop, they will probably have already taken steps to eliminate any sparce spots (probably some of which are the same ones we mention below. ;) ). Stock wigs will usually have a skin-like top where the part of the hair is and a slightly sparcer back.
If your wig doesn't have a skin looking back, there's nothing that will make it have a skin looking back. There's certain things about wigs that you can't change, unless you actually take scissors to it and cut it, insert a 'wig in scalp' plastic insert and resew it up.
Honestly the sparce spots don't look that horrible, but we have some suggestions to make them a little more filled in. =) If you've tried something that we haven't, let us know and we'll add it to the list! =)
I hope this got you thinking about ways to prepare for any hair peepthrough. =) If you are thinking of an Enchantment wig to be worn up and a slight wavier wig may be suitable, we recommend the Lucia. Generally it has more hair in the back and is very suited for an up-do.
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