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Two Sides of Brazilian Frontal Closure Wigs
The brazilian frontal closure wig is installed by sewing or gluing and can help you create more natural wigs and hair extensions. They are typically 4 inches in the back and 13 inches wide, covering the hairline. Its flexibility allows you to try out different hairstyles like mid part, side part or natural looking ponytail.
1. The lace front installation time is shorter
Lace fronts are easy to install and generally require less installation time than sewn in natural hair extensions. It takes less than an hour to install the lace front wig on average, while the elongated front wig takes 1.5 hours. Installing a sewn-in natural hair extension (such as a ponytail) typically takes around 2-4 hours, depending on the style desired. Lace frontal is the first choice for modern women who want a protective style to protect natural curly hair and want to spend less time getting ready each day.
2. The lace on the forehead allows you to design your hairstyle as you want
One of the biggest advantages of wearing a lace front wig is the versatility it offers, which allows you to customize the wig or wig as you wish, from ponytail to mid or side part. The lace front gives you a natural hairline, so you can freely design your hairstyle according to your needs. It's almost like styling your natural hair!
3. The lace front lets your hair breathe
We all know that in extremely hot weather we have to wear a wig or sewn-on wig, and feel great discomfort about it. The lace is very comfortable to wear on the head, allowing air to flow continuously to the scalp and hair.
Disadvantages of wearing lace on the front
1. The lace front will hurt the hairline
The sewn-in lace front wig is usually installed with glue or lace tape. They can last 2 to 4 weeks without modification. The longer the front of the lace has to stay fixed, the more it will irritate your skin and severely damage your hairline or break your edges.
2. The lace front may need a lot of work
When installing a lace front wig for the first time, many adjustments are required to achieve a natural look. You will need to do things like bleach the knots of the wig, tweezers, dye, pluck or cut baby hair, and install the wig correctly in order to achieve a realistic hairline. If you wear a sewn-in lace placket, you usually need weekly care and maintenance for best results and a more natural look. However, if you don't want to go through all of these styles, you should rock a lace front wig, it doesn't require as much work as sewing.
3. Lace is more expensive on the front
Due to the need to achieve a more realistic and natural look, lace fronts are more expensive than lace closures. Although the lace front requires fewer original Indian bundles, the versatility it offers can be tailored to any look you want, which will explain the soaring price of lace fronts.