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Why Lace Quality Matters on Lace Front Wigs and Lace Frontals

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Why Lace Quality Matters on Lace Front Wigs and Lace Frontals

Have you ever bought a lace front wig or frontal that did not look realistic no matter how much work you put into it? Or perhaps the hair was nice, but the grids were large and impossible to hide. Not only does hair quality make a break lace wigs and lace frontals, but if cheap lace is used it will break your entire look. This also applies to closures as well. For best results, you should always use a lace front wig or hair piece with thin lace. This can be either Swiss or French lace (we prefer Swiss) but...

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4 Tips For A Natural Lace Closure Application

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We can all admit that closures are a great innovation that allows us to have those natural looking installs that we all strive for. They allow us to give our leave-outs a break when they have been over manipulated with heat and other styling tools. Closures also ultimately eliminate the need for blending. But while the benefits of closures are great we also know that our closure application can either make or break our installs. So we have listed four tips that will help you achieve that flawless closure application.   Bleach your knots Swiss lace closures almost always come...

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What Is The Difference Between Lace Frontals and Lace Closures?

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Lace frontals and lace closures are both very useful in creating beautiful sew in installations. They both serve the same purpose, which is to close off an install. They both eliminate the need for blending. They are both made of either Swiss lace or French lace. But they also have several differences between them some that we will discuss in this blog post. The most obvious difference between lace frontals and lace closures are the size. Lace frontals are bigger mainly because they run temple to temple to cover the entire hairline. Lace closures are smaller because their primary purpose...

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