A guide to Lace Wigs

A guide to Lace Wigs

As times change, it's time to think about defensive styles that can both shield you and change up your look. While some women choose braids or twists, lace wigs are also a fashionable option. Wigs are a perfect way to experiment with various hairstyles, colours, and lengths.

If you're anything like us, you've definitely spent a lot of time in your nearest beauty supply store or online, trying to find out what all the words and styles mean and how to communicate your preferences to your stylist. It can be tough to find easy responses to hair-related issues, let alone lace wigs.

So, what exactly is a Full lace wig or a Lace front wig, how do they fit, and how do you care about them?

What is a full lace wig?

The foundation of a full lace wig is completely composed of lace, with hair looped in individual parts onto the lace material, which is moulded to match your head. The lace is designed to look like your scalp and can be coloured to complement your skin tone.
As a result, full lace wigs give you the most flexibility in terms of parting your hair and putting your hair in different places.

What is the difference between a Lace Front Wig and a Lace Back Wig?

We'll go through some other hair choices now that you know what a full lace wig is. What is the difference between a lace front wig and a full lace wig? The most significant distinction between a true lace, or 360 lace, wig and a lace front wig is that the lace base material only shows in the front section of the wig, with the wig cap covering the remainder.

Sections may be formed around the front of a lace front wig or, in the case of closure wigs, the middle of the wig, forming a middle section. Some lace front wigs have elastic belts or bands that allow you to fit the wig to your head size while keeping the portion you've created in place. The top advantage of this look is that you can rock your lace front wig wherever you like.

How to Choose the Right Lace Wig?




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