Information About Lace Wigs
Lace Wigs are becoming an upcoming force in the hair industry, hence fueling a lot of consumer interest and questions. This article addresses the products most frequently asked questions.
What makes a lace wig different from a regular wig is the transparent lace. There are many different style wig caps - the most common are the full lace cap with ear to ear stretch, the full lace cap with no stretch, front lace only cap, front lace cap with thin skin in front and lace around entire perimeter of head. The most popular lace is French Lace and Swiss Lace. The French Lace is most durable of the two. Both types give the wig and it's hairline a natural look and which make the transition from hairline to skin nearly invisible. Each hair strand is hand tied with knots to the lace to give it the illusion of hair growth from the scalp.
Anyone can wear lace wigs. It's perfect for the woman who wants versatility in her look, to give her hair a break from processing and heat, or a different look without the effort of weaves and braids. You can go from short, dull, and lifeless to long, sheen, and full in just minutes. They are also perfect for cancer patients, alopecia patients, and anyone going through hair loss due to chemotherapy or scalp disease. Lace wigs can last for several months and possibly years depending on its upkeep and usage.