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Also known as Full Front Lace Wig, Lace Front Wig or Lace Wig. Full Lace Wigs are full wigs with the entire wig cap being designed from lace and it also has lace all around the perimeter of the wig. With the full lace wig, you can wear your hair in high up dos and ponytails. Once applied, the wig creates it's own flawless, natural and invisible hairline. A Front Lace or Lace Front Wig only has lace in the front of the wig and the remainder of the wig is made from a regular netted wig cap or other materials such as thin-skin. You are not able to wear a front lace wig in high up dos or ponytails.
What is the difference between Indian Remy and Chinese Remy Hair?
Indian Remy human hair is the most versatile for lace wigs. It can easily be curled, waved / styled and is less course than Chinese Remy hair. Most of our customers prefer Indian Remy Hair for their lace wig.
You should only choose Chinese Remy hair if you want a VERY straight lace wig, that is naturally shiny, and does not hold curl, and is slightly more course.
How do I know what length to choose?
Whatever length you choose is how long each individual strand of hair will be. So if you order a 20 inch wig, each strand (excluding baby hairs) will be 20 inches long.
Keep in mind what style of wig you are getting. If you choose a curly or kinky perm, remember that curly hair tightens up and will fall higher. For example, a 20" wig permed in the AMANDA style may only measure out to be 18 inches long if measured curly. But when pulling the curl straight, the strand will be 20 inches.
If you are planning to have your wig cut and styled with layers, or a shorter style into a "bob" make sure your order a length that is 2-3 inches longer than your final look. After you get your wig, you can take it to the salon and have your stylist add the perfect cut for your face.
What is Baby Hair?
Baby hair is fine, short hair hand knotted around the perimeter. The purpose is to make the hairline look natural.
We can also customize your baby, for example, if you would prefer only baby hair in the back, or only baby hair in the front, you can add that as a note to your custom wig order.
This baby hair was pulled down away from the longer hair for demonstration purposes so that you could clearly see it. It is normally positioned along the longer hair just as normal baby hair is and can easily be combed back into the regular long hair or pulled forward as shown.
Who Can Wear Lace Wigs?
Our wigs are for anyone - both young and old. Adults, Teens and children. Also perfect for cancer patients, alopecia patients, and anyone going through hair loss due to chemotherapy or scalp disease.
Our wigs look great on all skin tones too!
What is highlight mix rate?
If you want highlights (streaks) then choice 70-30% highlights. If you want 2 color equally blended to appear as one mixed color choice 50-50% Equally Blended. However, please note that when choosing Equally Blended, the predominant color will be the lighter or brighter of the two colors.
Example: If you order #1B and #30 Equally Blended as One Mixed Color- your wig will appear to be a #30 as it will be the more predominant color.
What density is suitable for me?
Here is some info about hair density for your reference.
A 50% and 60% is extra light , it looks natural at the hairline on a lace with bleached knots.
B 70% and 90% is light density, like real hair.
C 100% to 130% is medium density, most of ladies like their wigs medium density,
D 140% to 160% is heavy density .That is a good choice if you want the hair look full.
E 170% to190% is very heavy density, it is just for the lady who wants her hair very full.
What is the difference between French Lace and Swiss Lace?
The French Lace is delicate and not detectable. It is more durable and will hold up better over the long run. The Swiss lace is slightly thinner, it is only slightly little less detectable, however it is less durable and it rips easier. It's hard to tell the difference between the two. Both are undetectable. Most people order the French Lace.The Swiss Lace is not recommended for first time users.It is best to learn how to apply the wig and become skilled at the application prior to advancing to the Swiss Lace.
What are Bleached Knots?
Bleached knots is a technique where we bleach out the knot that is made when each strand of hair is hand-tied into the lace at the base of the cap.It bleaches the knot out, making it a little lighter so that it does not stand out as much.It gives it a more natural appearance as though the hairs are growing out of the scalp.This is recommended when you choice a dark hair color.
How to care my wig?
It is recommended that you reseal your knots each time you wash your wig, this will help to prevent the hair shedding.
When washing it, you must gradually wet the hair down and brush it gently before you completely wash the hair. If the hair is very dry and a lot of water is added at once, it will swell up like sponge and tangle!
Do not brush or comb any curly or wavy hair wigs as it will cause it to tangle and knot.
Please do not color, perm, or do any extra chemical processes because it has already been treated
Make sure you brush the hair often and apply some leave-in conditioners to make the hair soft and moist.
What is the standard size for lace wigs?Small:
front to nape:13.6
ear to ear across front hairline:10.8
ear to ear over top:12.5
temple to temple:14.5
nape of neck:4.8
front to nape:14.5
ear to ear across front hairline:11.5
ear to ear over top:13
temple to temple:15.5
nape of neck:5
front to nape:15.5
ear to ear across front hairline:12
ear to ear over top:14
temple to temple:16.7
nape of neck:6
How to measure my head?
The Circumference of the Head:
Measure all around the head. Position tape measure so its edge follows the hair line around the head and nape of the neck.
From Forehead to Nape of Neck:
Measure from hairline at center of forehead straight back over crown to center of hairline at nape of neck. Note: Place the tape measure about 1/2 inch in front of your hairline in the front of forehead while taking the measure to the back of your Nape (neck) about 1/2 inch below your hairline in the back. Keeping in mind that your cap is glued to the outside perimeter of your natural hairline on your skin.
Ear to Ear Across Front Hairline:
At front of ear, measure from hairline at base of sideburn, up across the hair line along forehead to same point in front of other ear.
From Ear to Ear Over Top of Head:
Measure from hairline directly above the ear across top of head to the hairline directly above the other ear.
Point to Point:
From temple to temple across the back of head. (Average measurement is 14.5 inches). Note: Place the tape measure about 1/2 inch in front of your hairline at the temple to temple point on each side of your head. Keeping in mind that your cap is glued to the outside perimeter of your natural hairline in this area as well
Nape of Neck:
Measure the width of hairline across the nape of the neck.