Curling & Styling A U-Part Wig Tutorial – (Part 5 of 6)

Breanna Rutter


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In this step of the U Part Wig Tutorial, Breanna Rutter will teach you step by step how add wand curls your customized u part wig. Wand curling in small sections gives you tighter ringlets and its best for long lengths of hair because the weight of the extensions will cause the curls to drop to a looser wave as time passes.


For long lasting curls, hair spray the extensions first, add curls, and then add hair spray again before finger raking through your curls. Because the hair used is real virgin hair, make sure to use heat protectant and no temperature over 350 degrees to prevent the hair from becoming heat damaged.



3 Mrs. Rutter’s Bundles Lengths: 24 in, 22 in and 20 in

Black Nylon Sewing Thread

Weaving Needles (Curved C-Needle)

Rat Tail Comb

Wide Tooth Comb

Dry Towel

Hair Cutting Scissors

(4) Wig Combs

Bobby Pins

Edge Control (Design Essentials)

Hair Holding Spray (Garnier Fructis Style Flexible Control)

Duck Bill Clips

Measuring Tape

Flat Iron (Nano Titanium Babybliss PRO)

1 inch Curling Wand (HSI Curling Tool)

Block Canvas Head

Spandex Dome Wig Cap

Makeup Pencil (Maybeline Wear ‘n Go)

Heat Protectant (Garnier Fructis Marvelous Oil Frizz Defy)


How To Dye Hair Extensions Black HERE


How To Dye A Lace Closure Black HERE



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Welcome to step number five of the u part wig tutorial using Mrs. Rutter's hair extensions from in this step I'm going to be teaching you how to achieve beautiful curls on your u part wig install in this that I will be teaching you how to add curls to your u part wig my u part wig was made with Mrs. Rutter's hair extensions from and I'm wearing three bundles of hair in the lengths of 24 inches 22 inches and 20 inches so once you construct your u part wig you want to go ahead and place it on your hair and then you are going to straighten out the extensions and your real hair a flat iron now personally for my hair I can get my straightest result on 300° so I straighten my leave out 300° with Mrs. Rutter's hair I don't suggest that you go over 350° so that you don't encourage heat damage set your flat iron then to 350° and then straighten out your extensions so at this point I am going to be teaching you how to add curls now in order to add curls in a very tidy way I suggest that you divide your hair into three sections you have a section of hair the left and right and in the back keep all three sections separated with a clip and work on one section at a time so I started on my right side add curls did the back section added curls and I did this section and left one small portion to teach you how to do its extremely simple and extremely easy so now Im just gonna grab a section of hair here and what I'm going to do is divide it into two because the curls you want to add you want to do so in very small amounts meaning that you want to have a thinner amount hair that you are going to your curl with so I am going to do with two sections here so I am going to do this section what you want to do is make sure its smoothed out and it's been combed through and detangled which has already been done and you also want to make sure that you have already prepared your hair with heat protectant so not this point you want to make sure that you have your curling iron pointing downward and you are going to wrap your hair going over so that way the direction of your hair is actually going toward your face like that so as soon as you wrap it around you are going to have it going toward your face and then you want to continue to wrap the hair going in a circular motion all the way down your curling rod so hold the end just a little bit away from the curling rod so that your hand doesn’t get hot from the flat iron and you are going to hold this for about 15 seconds if you all the for about 5 to 10 seconds it’s going to be more of a looser wave but if you hold it for about 15 it can be a little bit tighter as you can see so now we want to do is let it release into your hand so it’s going to drop like that and just hold it for a few seconds the reason why I suggest this is so that the curl can cool and retain more of its shape so it's a little tighter so now I am going to do my last section you want to gather your hair hold your curling wrap pointing downward to the side wrap your hair over top of it and then bring it around and then just wind the way to the end hold for 15 seconds and then release into your hands after you finish curling your very last section is spray all of your curls with hair spray and then you are going to slowly rake through to have more thickness and volume if you like your curls to do more tidy and perfect to me how they look now you don’t have to rake through but if you want to you can go ahead hair spray first allow the hair spray to dry and then you are going to rake the your curls with your fingers to make your look bigger so as you can see adding curls to your u part wig is a piece of cake when you're doing this process make sure that you already have prepared your hair what heat protectant as well as straightened your extensions and your real hair with your flat iron and then you are going to jump right into curling small sections of hair with your wand curl so after your curls have been finished and if desired fluff out with your fingers in the very next step, step number six on the be showing you the finished results to your u part wig install


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