Full Lace Wigs VS Frontal Lace Wigs

    Wigs have come a long way in recent years and there are so many different types of wigs on the market, making it difficult and confused to decide which type is best for you. Now, let’s put together a quick guide to help you understand the differences between different types of wigs and what to consider when shopping for one.

    The common type is Full Lace wigs.

    Full Lace wigs more flexible, they can be parted anywhere and style in many different ways. Besides, a full lace wig is with lace all around available thus more breathable. On standard remy lace wigs there is a strip of stretch-lace over the top of the crown to allow for movement such as hair growth underneath and for variations in head size.

    Next common one is lace front wigs.

    Lace front wigs are exactly what they sound like. They have the lace only in the front of the unit, and the rest of the unit is a thicker cap. The cap may have clips sewn to it, which helps hold the wig securely on the clients head.

    Mono base wig also becoming popular recently.

    Mono material is a great wig type for anyone who may have a sensitive scalp. It’s take on the color of the persons scalp when worn, which creating a very natural look. As a result, no matter where you part your hair, it looks like the hair is coming out of your own hair scalp. This combination is the most expensive kind of wig, but it creates the most natural look, has the appearance of a scalp and a hairline, and can be easily styled while maintaining the appearance of a natural head of hair.

    Above is the most common wig base types, come and choose the proper one for you.

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