I’ve been doing my Lace Wig Mastery Training Seminar for almost 6 years now and I still get excited when it’s time for another seminar. We have so much fun! There’s a ton of information that I cover in this 2-day seminar and everyone leaves with a wealth of knowledge about the art of making Lace Wigs.
This 2 minute video gives you a glimpse into my Lace Wig Mastery Training Seminar. You get to see some of my students, my teaching, and some hands on demo’s. There’s a ton of never before seen footage in this 2 minute video. Check it out and enjoy.
If you’re interested in attending a seminar you can do so by going to the link below.
If you aren’t able to install a water softening filter in your home, a baking soda bath can be water-softening in a tub. By performing a soak on your lace front wig about every three weeks, your hair will be bouncy, soft and keep its shine. You may be surprised how long this routine can extend the life of your lace front, some owners have reported keeping units in factory condition for two years!
Your lace-front wig can be a real investment in style. It looks great and you feel good wearing it. But how do you preserve its life and get the most wear for your dollar when every time you clean it, it looks a little less fabulous?
The very same chorine used to purify your water, even though it’s a small amount, still is present when you turn on the faucet.
Sure, it looks great when you’re wearing it. But some time or another you’re going to have to remove and clean your lace front wig. Proper cleaning of the unit can preserve its look and lengthen its life, and we all want our lace fronts to look great for as long as possible, don’t we?
Long, luscious hair is a beautiful thing. When your hair looks good, you look good, and isn’t that what it’s all about? But prolonged wearing of wigs can be hard on your scalp if you don’t take the proper precautions. Adequate cleansing of the scalp and the use of foundation tapes are two ways to take the stress off your skin.
A few months ago I had the last seminar at the Sheraton Hotel before opening the Marquetta Breslin Signature Salon & Training Center. Just like all of my Lace Wig Seminar attendees these young ladies were
Wow, these last past few weeks have been filled with exciting news that I have to share with you! A few weeks ago I was contacted and asked to appear on My News 2 for an interview with Tara Lynn. I was very nervous and excited! In the interview Tara wanted to know the inspiration behind my business. Click on the link below to see more!
This February marks the first full year I’ve had my Lace Wig Training System on the market. The system has been a huge success and has already shipped to every state in the United States, and multiple countries already!
There are a ton of people who, after purchasing my system, want hands on training, so I decided last year to start offering hands-on seminar’s that teach people how to create Lace Wigs from scratch!
Hello everybody, Marquetta here! Recently one lucky person had the opportunity to win a full day with me, spending money, and a night a 5-star hotel. That lucky person was Monique King. Well to my surprise, Monique wanted to share on my blog about her entire experience she had while
I was just on YouTube and saw a video of Raquel Welch donating wigs to cancer patients. It truly touched my heart. Seeing all those women so happy with their new wigs reminded me of when my mom lost all her hair. I remember watching her tear up with joy as she put on the Lace Wig I made for her.
And the coolest thing is that I’m hearing all kinds of success stories from people who ordered my Lace Wig Training System and are now making Lace Wigs for cancer patients, family members, and themselves – and having a blast doing it!