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How To Make a Hair Piece Template

Template Step 1
Step 1

Tear off a piece of 12" wide clear plastic wrap that is long enough to stretch all the way around your head and tie it in a knot under your chin. Spray a little water on your scalp first, so that the plastic wrap fits very tightly. After pressing the wrap tightly to your head, use strips of clear household tape (not wide packing/shipping tape) to contour the head shape. Beginning at your forehead, place strips of the transparent tape over the plastic wrap at the side edges of your bald area and work your way inward with more tape strips.

Template Step 2
Step 2

Once you have a complete layer of tape running front-to-back, place another layer of tape over the first layer, going from side-to-side. Apply three layers of tape - two layers front-to-back and one side-to-side. The tape will lock the plastic wrap into a permanent, transparent mold (template) of your scalp.

Template Step 3
Step 3

Your front hairline can be determined by placing three or four fingers (depending on your age) above your eyebrow line (or above the point where your forehead ends and your scalp begins). From the center of your hairline, draw a line around your entire bald area. This will be the shape of your hairpiece base. After the entire outer perimeter is drawn, draw arrows indicating the direction you intend to comb your hair. If you desire a part, draw a line from a point at the crown straight down to your hairline. Make sure to mark the letter 'F' clearly at the front of the template and the letter 'B' at the back. Write your name on the template as well.

Template Step 4
Step 4

After you have finished marking the tape template, add one more layer of tape (now four) to seal in the markings. After your mold is complete, cut away the excess plastic wrap along the outer perimeter line. Please cut at least 2 locks of your hair and tape them to a sheet of paper with your name on it and indicate what parts of your head they are from. This will help us match your natural color accurately. If you can provide your color code #, this step is not necessary.


Determining your "front-to-back" measurement:
Determining your "left-to-right" measurement: