If you follow me on Instagram, you might have seen my announcement for the fourth and final Get Wigged Nigeria class for this year. Ella and I would be going all out and spilling all our wig making tricks and hacks in this class. Also, we’ve included new learning points, so if you’re in Lagos, make it a date with us! As usual, it would be a small class so we can give everyone our undivided attention, the seats would be limited and would be given on a first-to-pay basis.
9th December 2017
30 000 Naira
What You Would Learn
- How to make a braids wig
- How to make a crochet wig
- How to make wigs with and without lace closures
- How to make a U-part wig
- How to make fringe/bangs styled wigs
- How to revamp old hair
- Threading techniques
- Wig finishing and how to adjust to different sizes
Contents of Your Wig Kit
- 1 Pierceable mannequin head
- 1 Table clamp
- 2 Adjustable regular wig caps
- 1 Practice cap for crochet
- 1 Latch hook
- 2 C-curved needles
- 4 T-pins
- 2 Wig combs
- 2 Alligator clamps
- 1 Roll of elastic band
- 1 Roll of sewing thread
The class would hold in Allen, Ikeja. Full venue details would be sent only to registered participants.
Don’t forget to share this with someone who would be interested in learning a valuable skill before the end of this year! See ya!
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