How You Part Your Hair- Game Changer?
It may seem minimal, but changing your part can your transform your look and give your style a lift. There are some who have worn the same part for years without changing it. We want to encourage you to try something new and super simple, but with significant upgrade.
Freeda was the first company to introduce a flat natural crown called a multidirectional. It’s fine, delicate workmanship also allowed the crown to have no visible knots or short returns. Best of all, there wasn’t a set direction that the hair was sewn in. For the first time women had the options of left side parts, right side parts, middle parts all with the same wig!
Your hair will always have a natural way of splitting- a place where the hair will naturally fall and part. You can always change the part, but cowlicks and stubborn hair directions can sometimes make this task difficult. With a wig you don’t have to worry about hair that willfully won’t stay in place. A multidirectional wig can be parted in any direction you’d like.
Best of all, this new look can be done frequently. You can change your part every time you get your wig washed, set, and styled.
How to change your part:
Wash and condition wig
Comb out the hair in a backward direction
Split the part as desired
Seal new direction with by blow-drying
Style as preferred
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