Cut approximately 8 inches of the hair in manageable handfuls. Blend colors together by pulling parts of the hair from your handful and placing them back together. Keep doing this until the colors are blended enough for your taste. Take a bit of your blended hair and cut it down the center, creating a flat end. Apply hot glue to that end and stick it on the wig cap sideburns, (with the wig cap on it’s side) straight up. Continue on both sides. To start on the back, I pull my wig cap up so that there’s excess material at the top. This way the wig stays roomy enough for my long hair to fit under. If you’d rather, you can measure your head and sew your cap accordingly. (Keep in mind, styrofoam wig heads are not likely to be the same size as your head.) Take some of your 8 inch hair and cut it in half to form 4 inch bunches for the back of the wig. Grab some of that hair and cut it down the center. Then apply hot glue to that end. Place the hair angled down, flat to the cap. (NOT straight out like the sideburns.) *Here I’m doing the blending method again, to avoid straight edges but you could also fix that when you style the wig. Leave gaps in-between each section of hair and alternate the gaps with each row. As you make your way up the back, be sure to mark out where you want the ears to go. Depending on your wig style, you might want some straight up bangs at the front. If you do, stop laying the back hair about an inch and a half from the front edge. Use the 8 inch hair (cut in the middle) for the ears. Glue these straight out like the sideburns. Temporarily rubber band them up to keep them out of the way. Going back to the 4 inch hair, fill in the row in front of the ears, hair pointing straight up. Then fill in the bangs, pointing the hair straight up. (or however you want it to lay.) Fill in any gaps, style and secure the ears if you’d like, and trim everything up! Use some strong hold hairspray to keep everything in place and your wig is done!