- Both lace closures and frontals are made from swiss lace or french lace
- Can be made into a wig
- Creates beautiful installations
- Eliminates the need for blending
Lace ClosureLace closures are hairpieces where hair strands are tied on. Closures can come in different lace colors to match clients such as: transparent, beige or medium-brown. Depending on how much versatility you would like with your closure theirs also different sizes to choose from. You can get a 7×7, 6×6, 5×5 or the most popular one a 4×4. No matter what hair type you have you can wear a lace closure. They are especially good for receding hair lines and for those who have a hard time blending their hair in with extensions. For example lace closures can come in 4×4 while a lace frontal comes in 13×4. A main difference most people get confused on is which one is ear to ear and which is not. Closures cover the crown of your head compared to a frontal that covers ear to ear. Lace closures are applied by sewing the back and sides of the closure, then depending on the skill level of the stylist and the type of maintenance level you are looking for with the closure, the front of the closure can be glued, sewn or glue less. Closures have less maintenance than a lace frontal and is great for people wanting to get up and go and also cost less than lace frontals. For a full sew in with a lace closure 3-4 bundles are recommended.
Lace frontals is a half wig that goes from ear to ear that also have hair strands tied on it. Just like closures, frontals can come in different lace colors and sizes. Frontals can come in 13×6, 13×5 or the more popular 13×4. They are very popular for people with traction alopecia or thinning edges. Styling with frontals is fairly easy as it will seem just like your real hairline. The chic styles of ponytails or half up half downs work great with lace frontals! Frontals do require much more maintenance than lace closures as they are ear to ear. When wanting to try a whole new hair color or texture a frontal is highly recommended! Getting a frontal done by a professional stylist can have your hair look just like your own! Frontals cost more than a closure but can save you less on buying bundles as it takes up more room than a closure.
Lace frontals are applied by sewing the back of the frontal. Depending on the skill level of the stylist and the type of maintenance level you are looking for with the frontal it can be glued, sewn or even glueless. For a full sew in with a lace frontal 2-3 bundles are recommended.