Duplication Repair

The below section shows you how to make a (mould) template, hope this helps to make your ordering easy and convenient to handle.

Supplying a template of your hair loss area is a fundamental part of ordering a bespoke hair replacement system. The template will be used as a model from which we will derive the correct size and shape of your hair loss area. This will ensure we make a system that is a perfect fit for you. Here below is an example of template moulds:

  • Template sample
  • Template sample
  • Template sample

Making A Tape Template:

Time Required: 45 Minutes - How Will it be? – Easy to do You must get ready the following tools for this task:

  • Sharpie Permanent Marker
  • Household Saran Wrap
  • Clear Scotch Tape
  • Spray Bottle
  • Scissors

Step 1:

Draw your hairline with a make up pencil on your skin from temple to temple. If you will be using tape at the front of your new system, use the same shape tape as a stencil for this line.

For most, the placement of the hairline is established by placing three or four fingers flat on the forehead with the pinkie resting above the eyebrow line when your brow is furrowed (eyebrows raised), where your index finger lies is where your front hairline should begin. Draw a line from this point to form your hairline. A hairline with a deeper recession looks the most natural rather than one that is too straight across. The deeper the recession the more natural look is obtained. Be careful not to place your hairline too far down. Use rubbing alcohol to erase the line if you need to try again.

Step 2:

The first thing you need to do is spray some water on your scalp, this will help you with the next step. Next, tear a 12” wide strip of plastic wrap long enough to tie under your chin (like a bonnet). Now place the wrap on your head and press the wrap tightly to your head and tie it under your chin in order to keep wrap secure. Next use the tape to contour the head shape. Beginning at the forehead, place the transparent tape on the wrap over what will become the outer perimeters of the bald area pattern. The outer perimeters are determined by the areas of baldness.

Step 3:

In this next step the tape will lock the plastic wrap into a permanent transparent tape template of your scalp. Apply three layers of tape. Begin with the first layer going from front to back then overlap the second layer going side to side and the final layer should be front to back again. PLEASE DO NOT UNTIE THE PLASTIC WRAP FROM UNDER THE CHIN UNTIL THE LAST STEP IS FINISHED.

Step 4:

While plastic wrap is still on your head, trace/draw pattern hairlines on the tape template with a permanent sharpie marker. Lines are drawn from that point (center of front hairline you drawn in Step 1) to form a pattern which covers the bald area. This pattern will establish the shape of your hair system base.

After the entire outer perimeter of the pattern is drawn, the desired hair direction should be indicated. If a parting is desired, draw a line from a pivot point at back crown to the front hairline. Placement of the pivot point should correspond to what can be seen of your original growth.

After the entire outer perimeter is drawn, please indicate the front by marking “F” for front and “B” for back on the template. Also write your name and order number on this template.

Step 5:

Upon finishing marking the tape template, place one more layer of the transparent tape (now four) going from side to side. This should seal and protect the markings. Now your template is complete.

Step 6:

Carefully untie and remove the template from your head and cut with a scissors the excess plastic wrap along the outer perimeter line you drawn. A wonderful tape template is coming out, place it back on the bald area of your head to ensure it's the correct size and shape and you're done! Just go and send it to us together with your hair sample (we will show you how to make hair samples separately).