How To Sew In with A Lace Frontal Closure(2021 Update)
As we all know, more and more ladies and girls are tending to purchase human hair to show their unique beautify. However, not everyone is familiar with closures, right?
This lady in the above picture is very charming, right? In this photo, the model is wearing Body Wave Frontal Closure UNice Hair Closure for added length and volume. Check out the hair closure collection here!
Then, you may be wondering:
How to sew in lace frontal closure exactly.
If so, you've come to the right place. Because in today's post I'm going to show you this.
Here's a method:
The most widespread method for installing a lace frontal closure is sewing down the back of the frontal and using a bonding agent to glue the front hairline down. The rest of the weave is then installed around the frontal.
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Alternatively, the lace frontal closure can be fully clipped in or fully sewn in. Again, the rest of the weave is installed around the lace frontal.
Unlike a closure, none of your own hair will be left out in a bonded lace frontal closure installation as the piece is meant to create a natural hairline.
If the lace frontal closure is fully sewn or clipped, some of the wearer's hairline could be left out, and the unit installed just behind the hairline.
After reading the above parts, you’re also probably wondering:
What are the steps of sewing in lace frontal closure? Do not worry, please continue reading the rest parts. Today we're sharing our favorite tips and tricks with you on how to sew in frontal closure!
Steps: Sewing In Lace Frontal Closure
Step 1: Preparation
1. Using an invisible needle and thread (so it seems like the thread just disappears).
2. Getting the threaded needle lying next to the spool.
Step 2: Sew-in
Braid the hair in parallel format from front to back. Then I place the weave on the head and feel out the braids and part around the head.
Always make sure you line the hair up right where you want it to be. Use hair pins to pin it in place. Then we begin to sew right above the temples, down and around to the other side (there is no thread right in the very top).
It is very important to take the needle under the braid that way it forces the lace to lay down flat.
Step 3: Final Product
After I'm done sewing, I flip up the edges and apply my adhesive. That's it......The finished product.
You can watch the below video to learn how to install a lace closure with hair bundles.
What is the benefit of sew in closures?
It looks more natural and it feels more like your own hair because it's securely on your head for a longer period of time. What are the benefits of sew in hair closures?
It's usually the cheapest option. In some cases, it can be much less expensive than other types of weaves and wig installs since it is a long-term choice.
You’re able to experiment and style your hair weave in different ways, for example, straight one day, curly the next. Save your money on chemicals and perms and avoid damaging your own hair.
Sew-ins protect your hair because it gets much-needed rest to grow healthier. Protect your real hair from the elements while the hair extension absorbs daily wear and tear.
It is less damaging to your hairline if you don’t know how to apply and remove lace frontal adhesives.
It looks more natural and it feels more like your own hair because it's securely on your head for a longer period of time.
In this photo, the model is wearing Straight Frontal Closure UNice Lace Frontal for added length and volume.
How many bundles for a full sew in with closure?
How many bundles are needed with a closure?
If you are going to get an 8-14inches, you need 2 bundles, anywhere from 16-20 or 22 inches, you need 3 bundle deals, anything past that, you need 4 bundles.
If you are getting long hair, you have to be very careful about the hair bundles amount, some people might think that I will just get 3 bundles of 24" and that's will be fine.
How many bundles do you need with a frontal?
Frontals are from ear to ear 13*4 lace frontal will cover more spaces than closure or leave out, so the hair amount you need will vary.
If you are getting a 10-18inches or 16 inches, 2 bundle deals with lace frontal will suffice. Hair length past 16 or 18 inches, I would suggest you get 3 bundles, so from a 16inch, 18inch to about 22inch, 24inch, 3 bundles will suffice.
For example, if you are having a frontal and your longest bundle is 24inches, you can get a frontal and 20" 22" 24" bundles and that should be good for a frontal sew in.
We also have lace front closures with our Remy closures. Now, you will always get the most realistic look using a lace front closure. A lace front gives the illusions of hair growing from the scalp. Lace front closures can be attached by bonding, sewing, or clips. This is a choice that should be made by the purchaser, stylists, and/or both.
Whether you should use a closure or not depends on what look you are trying to achieve. Is a closure necessary for a full sewn in weave? No, but typically a closure is used with a full sewn if you are not leaving any hair out; this will give you the most naturally looking style. Closures can also be used to create bangs!
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