January 15, 2019
What’s better a closure or frontal?
Recently, women prefer to have lace frontals and closures for top choice with hairstyles. But actually compared with wig products, they need more skills and you must be enough professional to put on so that they will look good on your head.
Lace Frontal is about half wig which goes from ear to ear and is sewn with approximately 3-4 bundles of hair. The size is 13” across and 4” back. Also has 6’’ back style.
The frontal can be held in different styles and you can hold the hair back whereas the closure cannot be held back.
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Advantage: High Maintenance and high versatility
If you are Okay with having a high maintenance hairstyle, please kindly choose frontals. They are really high maintenance. But notice that there are just a lot of lace going on. And you are going to either be able to be do your own touches at home.
If you are the kind of person that you need a lot of versatility in your hairstyle. One day you want to have a middle part and next day you want to part on side. You would love to put some cute braid on the top of your install.
If you need the high versatility, if you know you are always in your hair, you love such of the look, I will definitely say frontals will suit you because it’s high maintenance but you will get most versatility.
If you are okay with using glue, there is so much lace going on you know. Frontals will not apply only to you hair, it’s applied a little bit on your full hair as well.
4*4 lace closures
Lace closures are 4 inches long and 4 inches wide. And they are mainly to be applied at the hairline. Anywhere along the hairline you can choose to create an artificial parting.
The biggest difference is about the size.
The frontal is going to be ear to ear. The lace closure just gives you enough space from temple to temple. I could recommend a closure for you if you want a decent amount of “hairline” without the headache. With closure, you won’t have a little bit for any room. But you can have it in side parts.
Advantage: Sleek or Simple Look
If you want a low maintenance hairstyle. I don’t want to have a very good look or I don’t want to go to my home and do my hair all the time. Definitely if you want this in low maintenance and looks good by 4*4 lace closure, I would say go for. It’s waste using that using a frontal.
If you barely move your part, but would still like some versatility. You will change a little bit. I think a lace closure will be good for you because it has enough lace and a little bit versatility. And it has not so much lace to be taken care of.
If you just like really sleek or really simple look because a lace closure could just give you one or two parts.
2*6 lace closure VS 4*4 lace closure
2*6 Lace closure get more and more popular in the market. It’s 2 inches across and 6 inches long. It’s popular because it’s great.
2*6 Advantage: Super Deep Part without glue
Now just compared with 2*6 closures and 4*4 closures. These are both closures but they are different of course because of the size.
2*6 closure is a lot longer than 4*4 closure. So you will get a deeper part. So it’s good for your guys who want your part to be really really deep. I would love to recommend a 2*6 closure for you if you want a cost effective hairstyle. Because it’s not so much lace going on to the 2*6 closure, it costs less than any other lace options.
If you like a very deep part, because you know other options are 4 inches long and goes 4 inches in the back. You can get a really good look but you will not get a super deep part. So it 4 inches is not enough, please try 2*6 closures because that will give you a super super deep part.
If you are the kind of person who never move your part, I will definitely for shortly recommend you for 2*6 lace closures because it will make no sense to get other options and you needn’t pay any extra about the lace.
If you don’t like using glue, the other options can go out. 2*6 closure don’t need any glue. Just such a small piece of lace. You don’t really need anything extra.
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