What are the different types of lace wigs?
There are three main types of lace wigs...let's discuss.
1. Lace Front Wigs: A lace front wig is a mesh base cap wig, the mesh will have the same skin tone as your skin and when applied against your skin it will disappear. It is undetectable and the only true system where you can have an exposed hair line. Most of these wigs lace material will extend from temple to temple. Some require glue or tape adhesive but other smart lace technology will form to your head and have been precut so the are readly to wear.
2. Full Lace Wigs: A wig that's made with full lace throughout the entire wig cap. The lace is either made of French or Swiss lace. French lace is tougher, a little bit more noticable to the naked eye, and tends to last longer. While on the contrary, Swiss lace is the complete opposite and is more undetectable to the human eye. The only major downside with using swiss lace the longevity of the wig will reduce with wear.The full lace wig is one that covers the most of the wearer's head. The full lace wig is made to fit the wearer's head and it can follow the wearer's natural hairline. A nice feature of these wigs is that they can be made with a part and can even be styled.
3. Glueless lace wigs - This type of wig has a lace front with adjustable straps on the sides. It also comes with sewn in wig combs allowing for a secure tight fit without using glue.
The first and second type of wig i discussed both use glues to apply, while the glueless does not. The three main types of lace wigs can be made with either human hair or synthetic hair. The quality of the cap and hair depends on what look and how long you are planning to wear the wig.