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Whether you're new to wearing wigs, have been wearing them for years, or just want to learn more about these hairpieces, you'll come across the terms "lace frontal" and "full lace." Currently, the two terms are different and have different meanings, even though they sound similar. In this blog post, we are going to take a look at what these two different hairpieces are and which one is best for you. Read on to learn more and don't forget to buy Meirhair's blonde silk top full lace wigs.
Lace front wig
The lace human hair wig is a wig with a lace on the hairline of the head. The size of the lace may vary by size, but most of the time it ranges from 13x4 to 13x6. The raw hair is then placed and hand sewn into the lace to give it a more natural look. The entire lace front wig is made from a thinner but sturdy material that allows hair to be sewn into it, but is flexible enough that you don't have that stiff bulk on top of your head. Lace front wigs require you to glue the lace on your head, which makes it easier to wear.
Full lace wig
Full Lace First Hair wigs are wigs in which the entire bottom of the wig or the entire head is covered with the same lace material. The raw hair is hand-tied with lace, allowing you to stick the whole wig on your head, not just the front. This may require a different type of glue or something with a stronger bond. If you have any questions about wig glue and the specific brand to use, please contact our experts directly! We are more than happy to answer all your questions and give our best advice.
Which should I choose?
While we can give you our opinion on which one you should choose, it's ultimately up to you. Generally, if you are a beginner wig wearer, most people go for the lace front. Since you only have one section to glue, they can be considered easier to apply and sometimes more comfortable than full lace. Depending on where and when you wear the wig, a more comfortable and breathable wig may be a better choice.
Both types of wigs are very durable, but since lace wigs fit completely on the head, they tend to be slightly more durable. Sometimes the wearer will even swim in full lace wigs because they have the ability. Although chlorine and salt water can irritate the wig, you can move or move freely without worrying about the wig falling off or being damaged. With a lace front, you'll want to be more careful about wearing the wig day or night. Since you only glued it to the front, you may need to readjust if the glue starts to break down. Your hair or wig line is what gives your wig a natural look, so be careful not to let your wig line slip too much.
Blonde full lace wigs also require you to wear a wig cap because you have to tie the whole wig to your head. You can still wear a wig cap with lace in the front, but if you're not wearing a wig cap because you're just gluing the front, you don't need a wig cap.