As a hair wearer, at some point you’ll have to address hairs that inadvertently pull through to the wrong side of a lace hair system. Usually they look like loops on the underside of the base. Pull-throughs can result from submerging the base in any type of liquid, rinsing the base with the hair-side up, or removing tape without Lace Release, and it can even occur during standard cleaning.
Unfortunately, pull-throughs need to be cut off, because there’s no way to pull them back though to the correct side of the base. When it’s just a few hairs, you can easily snip them off with scissors. You may leave the hairs as they are if you’d like; however, it’s likely you’ll experience some itching as a result. If you have further questions about addressing pull-throughs, we’re happy to help.
With the underside of the base facing up, use T-pins to secure your system to a Styrofoam head.
While hovering about 1/4 inch above the base, carefully clip the hairs off. Any short pieces of hair still poking up through the lace will fall out when you comb the hair system.
When you’re finished clipping, remove the system from the Styrofoam head. Comb through the hair, and the cut pieces will fall out.