Shop lace front wigs become a fashion among African America women. Why Full Lace Front Wigs are so popular? Let us explore and reveal why lace front wigs are better.
What is the lace front wigs? Lace front wigs are half hand-made wigs. The forehead of the wigs was sewed in the Swiss lace by hand with Brazilian Hair . The remains were installed by machines that were breathable and comfortable. The way of complete lace front wigs makes the wigs very natural, invisible, and undetectable.
What're the features of lace front wigs?
1. Lace frontal. The hair strands sewed in the lace one by one. So it is natural as your own Brazilian Curly Hair .
2. Swiss lace. The color of lace close to the people who use it. We have light brown lace and transparent lace.
3. Slight bleach knots. The knots on the hair can be bleached.
4. Pre-plucked natural hairline. The forehead of the wig is pre-plucked.
5. Lace front wigs with baby hair around.
6. 100 % human hair, unprocessed, no chemical. Tangle-free, no shedding, with glossy.
All these features make the wigs look like the hair grows out of your head till they touch and feel the wigs, they will find it is a wig.
How long the lace front wigs can last on the head? Before you wear the wigs, please make sure your own hair neat and tide. The wigs can last on your head 2-4 weeks. After you move it, you can do some maintenance works to keep the shape of the hair and use some conditioner. Your wigs can be used 6-9 months with proper care.
How to maintain the lace front wigs? Clean your lace front wigs every 2 weeks. Whether it is made of human, synthetic, or virgin hair, general care is the same. Shampooing every 7 to 14 days and regularly deep-conditioning will keep your wig clean and shiny. Always dry it completely and take steps to protect both your wig and scalp. If your wig is curly, it’s better to wash it at least once a week in order to maintain the curl pattern. Normally, you might want to wash your hair a few times a week. However, the length of time it takes to wash hair with a weave in makes it impractical to do more than once a week, and a weave may be damaged with excessive cleaning.
Washing your hair every other week should be sufficient, but ask your stylist for advice if you feel like you need a wash more or less often.