Weaves and wigs will be high on my list of protectives this winter. I plan on having fun with them wearing styles I wouldn't normally wear with my real hair. I plan on adding color and wearing short precision cuts since I wearing my real hair this way isn't an option. This will be a part of my growth journey this winter. I luv the fact I can take it off and clean, condition, and oil my scalp and hair with zero manipulation, which for me is a key factor in retaining length.
Below I'll show a few pics demonstrating how to prepare your natural hair for a protective quick weave/wig and not have to worry about your hair being damaged from glue removal...no glue will touch your hair or scalp.
Next I placed a plastic disposable shower cap over my head then put the wig cap on. Now I was able to glue the weave tracks onto the wig cap with confidence in knowing my natural hair will be protected underneath.
Depending on the style and the type of hair being used its always best to begin with the nape of your head and move towards the front.