THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN LACE FRONTAL AND CLOSURE
Lace frontals are used to recreate the entire hairline from ear to ear while lace closures recreate the hairline from temple to temple across the hairline.
Lace Closures are typically 4×4 or 5×5 inches and covers a horseshoe-shaped portion at the top or your wig.
Lace Frontal is typically 13×4 or 13×6 inches and go from ear-to-ear, which gives a greater coverage allowing more versatile and creative styles.
A frontal wig will provide more versatility when it comes to styling your wig while closure wigs remain the most appropriate option for simple everyday looks and are more low maintenance.
You can also provide a small, medium or large size for a standard fit.
SHOULD I GET A CLOSURE OR FRONTAL WIG?
If you are new to lace wigs and have never worn a frontal before or just simply want something low maintenance, I would suggest purchasing a lace closure wig as your first wig and then you can go on to lace frontal wigs.
WHAT IS HD LACE?
HD stands for “high definition” lace which is a royal lace material which has the appearance of seeming invisible when applied to the scalp. This ensures that the wig-wearer can have an exposed hairline, which looks very natural and renders the lace along the hairline highly undetectable. HD Lace is our most soft and delicate lace and is most recommended for special occasion wigs.
WHAT IS TRANSPARENT LACE?
Transparent lace is the regular lace in a transparent colour. We often recommend the transparent lace to women with lighter skin tones, it can also be used for darker skin tones just by tinting the lace, giving it a darker shade of colour.
WHAT IS A U PART WIG?
A U-part wig is a wig with a U-shaped opening at the front that allows you to blend your natural hair (your leave-out) in with the wig.
WHAT MEASUREMENTS WILL I NEED, AND WHY DO I NEED THEM?
You will need 6 measurements to get a custom wig made to receive the perfect fit (for your head). All custom units are made using the measurements provided so please ensure when sending us yours that you have double checked. You will need a fabric tape measure to measure your head. The measurements you will need are:
2. Front to Nape
3. Ear to Ear (forehead)
4. Ear to Ear (over top)
5.Temple to Temple
6. Nape of neck as shown below