Wig Making can be done so many different ways.
Now you can choose a technique that works for you. Making wigs on the sewing machine is fast, easy, and looks so professional.
Learn how to measure, full wigs, upart wigs, clip-ins, ponytails, cap replacement, and more!
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- How To Navigate The Learning Center
- How To Get Proper Measurements for Wig Making
- Sewing Machine Preparation
- Class Overview/Trouble Shooting
- Classic 45 Minute Sewing Using Closed Cap (Upart)
- Custom Full Unit
- Classic 45 Min Sew In Wig With a Lace Closure
- Custom U-Part Wig Using a Ventilated Cap
- Frontal Wig Using a Ventilated Cap
- Custom Ponytail Using The Sewing Machine
- Full Wig With a Bang Using Ventilated Cap (using a 1x1 closure)
- Full Wig With 3x5 Closure on Ventilated Cap
- Custom Clipins Using a Sewing Machine
- Versatile Remix
- Short Cut Wig Using 45 Minute Sew-in Method
- Glueless, Tapeless Frontal Wig Unit
- Creating a Frontal for Elastic Band or Tape
- Two Way Frontal Wig
- How To Replace Frontal
- New Cap
- Change Full Lace to Glueless
- How to Recap a Unit / How To Change a 3x5 Wig Closure Unit to a Frontal Unit
- Weft Integration Into Your Lace Wig Using Your Sewing Machine
- How to Create a Glue-less Frontal Units Using Ventilated Cap
- How to Adjust a One size Fits All 360 Cap
- How To Change a Ventilated Cap Into a Non-ventilated Cap
- How to Create Pleats on Your Frontal for Glueless Wig Units
- How to Create a Short Hair Cut Using a Dome Cap
- Frontal Replacement | Graying on a Dime | Recap An Old Unit
- Tons Of Wig Tips You Don't Want To Miss!
Tamika joined the military where she served as a Sergeant in the U.S. Army and slayed her fellow soldiers with wraps, waves, and wigs. She actually credits the military with preparing her to be the successful entrepreneur that she is today. She says that the discipline and punctuality required by the military have become habits that have set her apart in the beauty industry, and helped her maintain and grow a lucrative business that has allowed her to retire (from styling) at the age of forty.
While Tamika has retired from styling hair on a day to day basis, she is still very much involved in the beauty business. She is a highly sought-after instructor of the next generation of stylists and entrepreneurs. In her classes, she makes it a point to teach students about the importance of financial planning as well as the best techniques for installing frontals. She makes sure that her students understand that the beauty business can be very financially rewarding if you plan accordingly and approach it as a profession…not a side hustle.