Table of Contents & Time Codes

PART 1

0:01 - Intro 

2:19 - Overview of kinds of wigs

PART 2

19:45 - Haircutting tools and the inspiration

25:00 - Starting the haircut

38:41 - Cutting over the ears

43:04 - Finessing the layers

44:35 - Altering the hairline

57:00 - Setting rollers

1:05:30 - Setting with hairspray

PART 3

1:11:14 - Headpiece materials and tools

1:16:47 - Prepping plaster bandage

1:19:45 - Applying wet plaster bandage

1:28:23 - How to dispose of plaster water

1:31:09 - Cleaning and sealing the edges

1:42:00 - Outro

Links for Products Referenced in Part 1:

Good, inexpensive, “starter” wig

Hard front, V shaped brown wig

Hard front, V shaped grey wig

Arda Wigs USA

Arda Wigs Canada

Leedham Wigs’ instagram

Wig stand and head block

Products Referenced in Parts 1 - 3:

  • RIT synthetic fabric dye

  • Got 2B Glued Blasting Freeze Spray

  • foam clay, EVA foam and styrofoam 

Products & Tools You’ll Need to Follow Along for Part 2:

  • An inexpensive, lacefront, medium-long hair wig

  • Hair cutting scissors and thinning scissors

  • Wig stand and head block

  • Foam head and paper towel stand

  • T pins or pearl head pins

  • Various clip sizes

  • Hollow plastic rollers

  • Various sizes of combs and brushes

  • Handheld steamer

  • Curling iron with low setting

  • Extra strong hairspray

Products & Tools You’ll Need to Follow Along for Part 3: 

  • A swim cap

  • Plaster bandage in a roll

  • Two bowls or other containers

  • Petroleum jelly (optional)

  • Scissors

  • Acrylic medium or acrylic paint

  • Sponge brush

  • Tissue paper