What’s the difference between lace closure、lace frontal and 360 lace frontal
When it comes to wearing a sew-in, the goal should always be to obtain a natural-like appearance. No one deliberately wants their weave to be easily detected. Many installations require leaving parts of the front of your hair to cover tracks. But with this comes the hassle of blending your own hair texture with that of the virgin extensions.
Many times in order to be successful in this blending process, heat constantly has to be applied resulting in damage to your natural hair. Thanks to closures and frontals we can now cover the front of the hair where you would have your leave out and still have the appearance of a natural hairline.
I’m often asked about the differences between frontals and closures. Today we're sharing this hair knowledge with you. I think it will be helpful to get more information about hair closure, frontal and 360 frontal closure with bundles. Then you can choose the one you really need! Go on reading:
About lace closure
First, let’s talk about what’s lace closure?
A lace closure is much smaller than a frontal. It is usually pretty small and is around 4X4 in size. There are 3 types of Lace Closures; one part(Middle part) Three-Part and a Free part (no part). A closure can be placed on the middle or side of your hair in order to make your weave or sew-in look more natural.
This allows you the option to have no real hair left out when wearing a full head of weave (For people with natural hair you don’t need to retouch). To have a full head sew-in with a closure you would want to purchase 2 or 3 bundles to complete a style.
Closures are one of the most revolutionary techniques in the hair extensions industry. The lace and silk-based closures help you achieve a more natural full head installation and natural hairline look. All UNice hair closures are designed with a durable base to enhance the finished look of your hair.
To help you get clearly acknowledged lace closure, you can look below video of this curly lace closure.
About lace frontal
Next, let’s say what’s lace frontal?
It is larger than a closure and is around 13X4 in size. A lace frontal will give your sew-in a more natural look. Unlike a closure, you can be more diverse and wear a middle, side, or three-part style.
There are so many different styles that can be done with a frontal like braids along the front of the head, twists in the front, and much more. This allows you the option to have no real hair left out while having beautiful baby hair when wearing a full head of weave. To obtain a full sew-in you would need about two bundles with the full-frontal to complete a style.
Frontals can be used to conceal the loss of hair along the hairline. They have an ear-to-ear coverage area designed to mimic your own hairline.
Frontals can also be used to create a more affordable lace wig. They, however, require an experienced stylist to achieve that close to perfect hairline look. Otherwise, you end up with a too full, unnatural hairline.
Many women who prefer lace frontal said it really adds their confidence and beauty because others can’t it is not their own virgin hair. If you want to study how to make your hairline more natural, this video you must love!
About pre-plucked 360 lace frontal closure
Lastly, we talk about what’s 360 lace frontal weave?
The 360 frontal closure covers the complete hairline around the entire head. This frontal allows you to wear pretty much any hairstyle. With the 360 frontal, you no longer have to fear wearing the high ponytail that so many people love.
You can pretty much wear any type of part in the front of the hair, along with being creative with the back. To do a full sew-in or weave, purchase with the 360 frontal you would only need 1 to 2 bundles of hair.
Why 360 frontal lace?
360 lace frontal wig has several advantages.
First, you may need 1 closure and 3 more bundles to make a full head, but with 360 frontal closure, you only need 2 bundles together with one 360 frontal.
In installing the hair, 360 frontal sew in only takes around one hour, while it takes 3 or 4 hours to install traditional bundles. 360 lace band frontal will also make your scalp more breathable. While wearing pre-plucked 360 lace frontal, you only need less than 2 bundles to make a lace wig.
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What is the difference between them?
The most obvious difference between a closure and a frontal is their respective sizes. Closures are typically 4 x 4 inches and sit either perfectly in the middle of the crown or can be shifted slightly to the side to achieve a side-part look.
While being similar in width (+/- 4 inches), frontals, on the other hand, lay along the hairline across the front of the head, from ear to ear. A new generation of frontals (the 360 frontal), now allows for full hairline coverage around the entire head with space left in the middle for the bundle install.
Lace frontals allow for endless versatility, so you can wear any color, curl pattern, cut, or style. Closures only cover a portion of your head, so it’s close to impossible to pull your hair back without exposing your tracks.
How to select?
Depending on your style of choice, a lace frontal may be more appealing than closure or vice versa. If you like to pull your hair back then a lace frontal will be best for you. If you simply want to close your installation with a natural-looking scalp then a lace closure will be the best solution for you.
Either way, they both will enhance your installation by giving it the natural look that we all go for!
Still undecided on a good starting point? Why not take a closer look at some of our virgin hair closures and frontals to help you complete your stress-free, next-level (new year) new hair!
In UNice Hair Store, no matter if you want a free part, middle part, or three-part remy human hair lace closure, you can always find a perfect one for the natural hairline. If you are looking for a lace frontal, don’t mistake!
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