I have been attaching my full lace system myself for at least 5 years. I used to pay $200 to have someone else do it for me. Frankly I put it on just as well and I keep the money! At first, I was very scared. I went through several pieces of tape. My fingers kept sticking to the small pieces of tape and ruining the hold or twisting the tape. But I learned through trial and error. You will also find out what tape works best for your skin. Some tapes I was allergic too and I itched 24/7 until I got it off! Some tapes are messier when replacing the old tape.
I found it was easier to mark the center of the piece front and back with an eye brow pencil. It comes off easier. I also marked where I wanted the hair to set on my head, by placing a small dot on my skin. It helps take the guess workout of it. After I have tape on the whole hairpiece I turn each piece vertically so its much easier to take off as I lay down my hair. It's especially helpful in the back, where I have a hard time seeing. It really doesn't take me long to do any more. The normal time is about 1.5 hours from start to finish as I wash, dry and condition my hair at the same time. I also place my system on my head with all the tape still on, first to make sure its centered and I'm not placing the front too far forward or backward.. I know this sounds complicated, but really its quite doable. You get over your fear of screwing the whole thing up after a couple tries. I'm completely happy with my hair pieces and have only complained about my very first one, which came the wrong color. The how-to-videos really help too! I've watched them all. Good Luck ! I'm sure you will do well.