Korak 1Wrap the hair as flat as possible to the head using Hair Gel, use GF-Qat for thick or long hair. Apply Translucent puder 20 g to set the GF-Qat which also speeds up the drying process.
Korak 2Fit the bald cap, asking the model to grip the front, while you pull over the back of the head. Ensure it is positioned well and no wrinkles are visible.
Korak 3Cut around the ears in a curve, (never straight lines to avoid tearing) allowing a margin from the hairline. Pro Tip: Instead of cutting, apply the bald cap around the ears and carefully dissolve a hole using Aceton 1000 ml into the bald cap and pull the ear through. Be cautious.
Korak 5The back of the neck can be a problem area so ensure the model’s head is leant backwards looking up toward the ceiling to enable the bald cap to be taught avoiding unneccessary wrinkles. Pull the bald cap tightly towards the back and glue using Spirit Gum 12 ml.
Korak 6Finally adhere the bald caps to the temples using the same process as with the forehead. When gluing around the ears, use a round ended tool that won’t tear the bald cap. Lift up the bald cap to apply Spirit Gum 12 ml.