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    Thread: Love Life experiences with hair replacement - What has changed?
Post: RE: Love Life experiences with hair replacement - ...

"So what you mean is, that none of the women you've been dating "knew" at the time of the first 1-3 dates? You told them about it, when things became kind of serious?" Yes that is basically the best ...
Tapehead General hair replacement discussion 20 34,283 08-02-2012, 02:28 PM
    Thread: Another product review...Loreal Everpure
Post: RE: Another product review...Loreal Everpure

This has been discussed before, but worth mentioning again because the stuff is good and mild and easy to find.
Tapehead General hair replacement discussion 4 9,067 07-10-2012, 02:36 PM
    Thread: Poly Perimeter Question
Post: RE: Poly Perimeter Question

"Also, i don't wish to go any longer than 3 or 4 days between de/reattachment, so i'm sure just lace will do me fine." On the other hand, that strip of poly around the edges will let you remove and r...
Tapehead General hair replacement discussion 4 9,214 04-23-2012, 10:27 AM
    Thread: Front Ripples
Post: RE: Front Ripples

(02-29-2012, 05:02 AM)masterofmyDOMEmain Wrote: Tapehead posted on here that by starting the attachment in front then pulling on sides to try an eliminate ripples and in my experience it just wont w...
Tapehead General hair replacement discussion 25 54,980 02-29-2012, 12:13 PM
    Thread: Front Ripples
Post: RE: Front Ripples

(02-28-2012, 03:50 PM)Rafs Wrote: I also should point out that this is a stock piece. There's your problem. Depending on how bad the fit is, you might try attaching by starting in the front and pu...
Tapehead General hair replacement discussion 25 54,980 02-28-2012, 04:31 PM
    Thread: Front Ripples
Post: RE: Front Ripples

(02-28-2012, 01:20 PM)reubin Wrote: THE REAL WAY TO GET AROUND THIS IS: do your own darting; to force the piece to be curved. Assuming we're all talking about custom pieces made properly from a goo...
Tapehead General hair replacement discussion 25 54,980 02-28-2012, 03:38 PM
    Thread: PICS - Style for thinning sides
Post: RE: PICS - Style for thinning sides

(12-21-2011, 03:12 PM)mcat45 Wrote: ...i wish i could go the fullcap route Not sure why you would think that-- you couldn't get the realism you have in those nice pics you posted with a full wig.
Tapehead General hair replacement discussion 17 38,287 12-22-2011, 12:40 PM
    Thread: Newbie Qs: To piece, or not to piece?
Post: RE: Newbie Qs: To piece, or not to piece?

(07-30-2011, 01:12 AM)allegorymax Wrote: #1.) Is there any way to try a hairpiece without shaving my existing hair? In hairpiece terms, my remaining natural hair is about 35% density, about 3 inches...
Tapehead General hair replacement discussion 1 5,940 07-30-2011, 02:05 AM
    Thread: spirit gum
Post: RE: spirit gum

(07-29-2011, 09:45 AM)john southwest Wrote: has anyone attached with spirit gum before, if so, is it any good and whats the hold and clean up like ? thanks Yes. Hold time is about 10 minutes. Clean...
Tapehead General hair replacement discussion 1 6,230 07-29-2011, 01:16 PM
    Thread: Ok, now on to hydrating/styling products..
Post: RE: Ok, now on to hydrating/styling products..

(07-16-2011, 02:15 PM)expriest Wrote: After I get it thinned out tomorrow when cut-in..... You just can't wear these totally dry, even from day one. It really shouldn't require much thinning durin...
Tapehead General hair replacement discussion 5 11,456 07-19-2011, 11:32 AM
    Thread: So, you think your shampoo is doing a good job do ya'...
Post: RE: So, you think your shampoo is doing a good job...

This post is worth re-highlighting. Thanks, Snipe. I've been using the Everpure shampoo only (no conditioner) for awhile now with some nice results. I tried it on an older more worn TL piece that had...
Tapehead General hair replacement discussion 25 65,705 06-22-2011, 12:17 AM
    Thread: how would you compare ba thin lace to toplace?
Post: RE: how would you compare ba thin lace to toplace?

I've seen "Swiss" lace from most of the big online sellers. Without commenting on other companies, Toplace Swiss lace is one of the more durable ones I've used- and it's still thin enough to be used a...
Tapehead General hair replacement discussion 14 23,819 06-22-2011, 12:06 AM
    Thread: BA using pics of Toplace pieces for Stock Unit Gallery!
Post: RE: BA using pics of Toplace pieces for Stock Unit...

All the quality customs I've seen over the years (including from TL) certainly appear to have some molding and curve to the lace. They do not look like a flat piece of lace that has just been stitched...
Tapehead General hair replacement discussion 30 59,732 06-21-2011, 11:58 AM
    Thread: Unit arrived - urgent questions
Post: RE: Unit arrived - urgent questions

(05-24-2011, 10:57 AM)timguyperson Wrote: If you expect a perfect colour match from a factory that is on the other side of the world, that has never ever seen you in person, then don't be surprised ...
Tapehead General hair replacement discussion 19 31,971 05-26-2011, 10:58 AM
    Thread: So, you think your shampoo is doing a good job do ya'...
Post: RE: So, you think your shampoo is doing a good job...

Interesting. Thanks. I'll give it a try with a new one I'm about to break in.
Tapehead General hair replacement discussion 25 65,705 05-10-2011, 10:10 AM
    Thread: My impressions of Toplace
Post: RE: My impressions of Toplace

(05-04-2011, 08:50 AM)masterofmyDOMEmain Wrote: I love ... how the template that I sent was followed to a T, even without glue it lays on my forehead close to perfection.... This is a particular st...
Tapehead General hair replacement discussion 3 9,404 05-04-2011, 11:09 AM
    Thread: Colour blending and sun
Post: Re: Colour blending and sun

The hair you kept for the past year has likely faded since you cut it off, so I think you may be over-reacting. That being said-- as everyone else has mentioned, color maintenance is something you ha...
Tapehead General hair replacement discussion 11 18,390 02-17-2010, 02:24 PM
    Thread: Front Hairline
Post: Re: Front Hairline

If you want to use tape on the front, you can--- but it has to go all the way to the edge of the lace. However, as the others implied, the most undetectable way to attach the front hairline will be...
Tapehead General hair replacement discussion 5 10,262 11-13-2009, 12:00 PM
    Thread: Back of Head
Post: Re: Back of Head

JamesKennedy Wrote:Does anyone notice a bit of wave or a "lean" in the hair initially? How long does it take to go away? Yeah even "straight" ordered hair will (and usually should) have a slight wave ...
Tapehead General hair replacement discussion 16 25,043 09-23-2009, 01:02 PM
    Thread: lace system with poly perimeter?
Post: Re: lace system with poly perimeter?

ibetalot Wrote:Thanks for the response. I do remove my hp quite frequently.........decisions, decisions. :D Yeah dude, ideally you could get one like this and it would be your sturdy daily piece, a...
Tapehead General hair replacement discussion 5 12,906 08-29-2009, 06:06 AM
    Thread: lace system with poly perimeter?
Post: Re: lace system with poly perimeter?

Keeping the lace front, right? This would be a very durable piece that would be great for frequent removal using tape on the sides and back. The poly holds the piece in shape well (easier attachme...
Tapehead General hair replacement discussion 5 12,906 08-28-2009, 04:52 AM
    Thread: Tape War: Blue Liner vs Super Tape vs Walker No Shine!
Post: Re: Tape War: Blue Liner vs Super Tape vs Walker N...

bill416 Wrote:well for me ST-30 didnt live up to all the praise for some reason. The super tape is working fine for me and the cleanup is actually better than ST-30. Completely agree. Of course tape...
Tapehead General hair replacement discussion 9 22,873 08-24-2009, 11:10 AM
    Thread: Full Cap vs Topper. Newbie has decided to try this out
Post: Re: Full Cap vs Topper. Newbie has decided to try...

ftank2004 Wrote:I still have strong side and back hair but I was wondering if a fullcap might be better. No. Not at all. ftank2004 Wrote:Or should i just get a topper and learn how to blend? The...
Tapehead General hair replacement discussion 8 14,480 08-20-2009, 12:48 AM
    Thread: Lace front pieces -- really undetectable?
Post: Re: Lace front pieces -- really undetectable?

A lace piece hairline is an illusion... but it's a good one. Real hair growing out of skin does look different (you can actually see the hair coming right out of the skin), but most people have no c...
Tapehead General hair replacement discussion 21 36,899 08-18-2009, 11:06 AM
    Thread: Daily Adhesion + A Few More Q's
Post: Re: Daily Adhesion + A Few More Q's

BostonKid Wrote:With this option, which appeals to me, especially for beginning stages, during which I'll be figuring out where I want my hairline to start and stop, what's the best tape/glue to use? ...
Tapehead General hair replacement discussion 1 5,708 07-13-2009, 01:50 PM