Fringe type


How to secure a wig

Sometimes some extra help is needed to provide you with the security to wear a wig with confidence. To ensure you are getting the most from your wig, here are some tips to ensure it stays where you want it to stay.

How to make a wig secure

A wig glue is applied to the hairline to ensure your wig stays in place, some are waterproof.
Glues can be removed using an oil like coconut oil or Petroleum jelly (vaseline) applied to the dry glue and removed with a warm flannel to remove traces of glue, then wash hair as usual with your regular shampoo.

left to right: Swartzcroft got2b. freeze spray glued and ultra glued and ghost-bond glue.

Above are tried and tested by the Lush Wigs team and have never let us down.
All products can be used for these of you with hair or without hair.


Swartzcroft got2b.Glued, this easy to use spray is applied to the hair-line to stick down a wig.
When using this product, its best to use a hair dryer to warm up the product to get it tacky, then stick the wig down.


Swartzcroft got2c.Ultra Glued gel, can be applied to the hairline to keep a wig in place.


Ghost bond is a traditional glue that will dry clear when set.

Silicone wig grips

Silicone wig-grip in clear.

Silicone wig-grip in nude.

The silicone variety is just a band that stretches to fit the circumference of your head. Be warned as some can be quite tight as they come as a non-adjustable band.

Fabric wig grips

Velvety fabric bands come with velcro fastening to secure the band to fit your head accordingly. These are kinder to heads that may experience pressure.
If you’re wearing a lace front wig with a parting. These come with lace section to line up with the lace. So no band shows through the lace front.

Fabric wig-grip with lace front parting.

Fabric wig-grip with no lace front, suitable for hard-front wigs.

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