Both lace frontals and lace closure hair pieces help to complete your look and are great for styling your wigs, weaves, and natural hair extensions. Therefore, over the past few years, lace closures and frontal have become immensely popular on the market. Some women who care about human hair products may have known much about lace closure, however, some of those may still don’t know much about them. We’ve put together some of the most frequently asked questions related to Lace Frontal and Closure. We will help you here.

FAQs

 Lace frontal hairpieces come in sew-in or bonded installations. Lace frontals help you achieve the most natural look for your wigs and hair extensions or can be used to create a more affordable lace wig. They are often 4 inches to the back and 12 to 13 inches across, covering your hairline ear to ear.

 A lace closure is a  small piece of lace fabric, usually about 3.5”x4”, 4”x4” or 5”x5” with individual strands of hair ventilated through and knotted directly to the lace. It covers only a portion of the head and proves ideal for people who want to hide thinning hair or temporarily change their hairstyle.

 We pride ourselves on selling only high-quality hair. We are committed to providing excellent hair. All of our products are created according to international high-quality standards. This hair has to be healthy human hair and it can’t be damaged. We have only one hair source: local human hair, which is collected from healthy women, especially mountainous women. Due to the healthy lifestyles of Vietnamese women, the hair is highly strong, silky, with no tangles or shedding, and extremely durable. After it has been collected, by bunching the hair, the cuticles of the hair are kept in line during the cutting process, reducing the chances of matting and tangling. Then, it will transfer to a modern production process to create the perfect hair and have to pass the strict test in an impeccable quality control system before shipment. This is the unrivaled strength of AZ hair, which no other supplier can match.

 Install a Lace Frontal Wig need to use hair glue or lace tape to adhesive it. It can last 2-4 weeks without retouching. But the lace frontal can be co-washed, you can use about 6-9 months with proper care. When you make the bleach or dying, please make sure you don’t hurt the lace and the knots on the hair, or the hair will be shedding because of the break of hair knots.

 Our Lace Closure hair pieces are 100% virgin human hair. With the beautiful and high-quality closure, it can last for a long time (About 1 year or even more) depending on how you maintain it. Treat it like your natural hair and take outstanding care of it for it to last longer.

 Lace frontals can damage your hairline. Lace frontal wigs are usually installed using thread, glue, or lace tape. They last between 2 to 4 weeks without needing a retouch. The longer period of time your lace frontals have to stay installed can make it irritate your skin and severely damage your hairline or break off your edges.

 With lace closures, you can fix the problem of blending the color and texture of your hair with your weave. You don’t have to apply heat or dye parts of your hair in order to match your weave. Instead, you would only be dying your weave and closure, any color you want, and not any of your actual hair, making the process much safer.

Swiss lace is the most commonly used lace type for wigs due to its reasonable cost and high quality. It’s gentle on the skin (soft to touch), simple to apply, and allows your scalp to breathe freely. But the most important advantage of Swiss lace that we have to mention is its durability – it can withstand more tension than other types of lace. Swiss lace will blend in with your skin when worn, making it virtually undetectable.

HD laces are made using cutting-edge technology. These laces are light or beige in color and will look great on any skin tone. These laces are extremely adjustable and can be used to make a variety of wigs. As a result, when placed on the skin’s surface, they are softer and undetectable.

The term “transparent lace” only refers to the lace’s color. It’s a standard lace, but it’s transparent. Transparent lace stands out because it is extremely thin and translucent. As a result, many women prefer wigs made of transparent lace.

 Clear lace is a higher-quality version of HD lace or Swiss lace. It combines the best aspects of HD lace and Swiss lace but goes a step further. The clear lace wig is completely undetectable on your skin, regardless of skin tone, thanks to its melt lace technology. Because it is the best lace technology available, it blends seamlessly into your skin to create an undetectable hairline both up close and from a distance.

To choose the right lace type for your wig, read the following list: 

  • For durability, choose Normal Swiss Lace or Clear Lace.
  • If you have light skin, choose Transparent Lace, HD Lace, or Clear Lace
  • If you have dark skin, choose Swiss lace, HD lace, and Clear Lace
  • For an effortless skin melt and a natural-looking result, choose HD Lace or Clear Lace.
  • To save money, choose a Swiss Lace that matches your skin tone.

Distinction

I. Size

 The most obvious difference between lace frontals and lace closures is the size. Closures are typically 4×4 or 5×5 inches, while frontals are 12 to 13×4 inches. Lace frontals are mainly bigger than lace closure because they run temple to temple to cover the entire hairline.

 Lace closures are smaller than lace frontal because their primary purpose is to close off an install hence the name closure. 5×5 HD lace closures typically only cover a portion at the top or front of an install.

II. Versatility

 The main benefit of choosing a lace frontal is its unmatched styling versatility. Wearing a lace frontal can allow you to achieve a styling option that a closure doesn’t, like pulled-back hairstyles.

 Keep in mind that HD lace closures only cover a small portion of the front of the installation making it impossible to pull back the sides without exposing tracks while A 13×6 or 13×4 HD lace frontal covers the entire hairline and will allow you to achieve a seamless style that you can pull back off of your face.

III. Cost

 The cost is not the same. For instance, Lace frontals are much more expensive than lace closure at least $30. Most customers usually complain the lace frontal is expensive, but they don’t see the advantages of lace frontals and the potential savings.

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