Hair Density Reference Chart:
Hair density is what measures the amount of hair used on the wig.The density depends more on the hairlength, wave,curl,color and so on. This will determine how thick, full and natural your wig will look.Normally people like the density 80% and 100%for full lace wig and lace front wig.
Follow the guides to determine what density would suit you the best.
1) 50% Hair Density(Extra Light Hair Density)
50% Hair density is a great density for those who prefer lace bases. This will show just enough scalp, without having a too thin look.This would be great in the front hairline, and then have it gradually get thicker towards the back of the unit.
2) 80% Hair Density(Light Hair Density)
This is a great density for those who like naturally healthy looking hair,without being too thick or unnatural. Like your own hair,light density, will show just enough scalp when parted to make it look real.
3) 100% Hair Density(Light-Medium Hair Density)
This hair density is about as heavy as any women ahould go if you want your hair to look natural and see some of your scalp when parted. For woman over the age of 30-35 this density would be too thick for a natural look.
4) 120% Hair Density(Medium Hair Density)
This hair density would be suitable for a young lady in their teens or twenties, but it would be entirely too much hair for someone over the age of 30-35.
5) 150% Hair Density(Medium-Heavy Hair Density)
This hair density is very heavy for normal wear.The hair density is usually used for thick or heavy theatrical wigs.
6) 180% Hair Density(Heavy Hair density)
this hair density is very heavy for normal wear. This hair densityis usually used for thick or heavy theatrical wigs.