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How to choose the right lace wig cap construction?

When it comes to lace wigs, there are many different types of cap construction, and they all have their advantages and drawbacks. Which one you choose depends on a variety of factors. Below are some examples of the most common ones, including their advantages and disadvantages. You can use this as a decision guide when placing a custom order.

Glue-less full lace wig

This lace cap is convenient for wearing and securing for application without glue( or with a little glue) so as to be very suitable for customers who are allergic to glue.

>>Advantages:
Glue-less cap is user friendly because come ready to wear and more versatile. Besides, it does not require the use of adhesive (glue) while wearing.

>>Disadvantages:
As the glueless lace wigs are secured by combs/pins, so it is more easier to slip over and slide away.

Full lace with stretch in the middle

>>Advantages:
Great for beginners who are unsure of their measurements! Hair can be worn up in a high ponytail.

>>Disadvantages:
Needs to be glued down.

Full lace with stretch from ear to ear

>>Advantages:
Great for beginners who are unsure of their measurements!

>>Disadvantages:
Wearing the hair up in the areas above the ear may be a problem. Needs to be glued down.

Full lace cap with no stretch

This cap style doesn't have stretch. It can be used by women with no or scarce hair. This cap style has lace all around the perimeter and allows you to wear your hair in updos and high ponytails. And when glued down, it will give you a natural hairline all around the perimeter. It can be parted anywhere throughout the unit.

>>Advantages:
Allows for styles that require the hair to be free parted.

>>Disadvantages:
This cap is not recommended for beginners who are unsure of their measurements. Needs to be glued down.

Lace front cap

Swiss lace (or french lace) in front and machine weft at back.in front is handmade. very natural hairline in front.

>>Advantages:
No need to adhere the nape of the wig (you only glue it down from ear to ear);A great option for beginners.

>>Disadvantages:
High ponytail is not available with this cap, and you can only part it as far as the lace panel extends.

Silk Top

This cap type contains a piece of silk (usually located in the front centre of the cap and 4x4 or 5x5 in size) through which individual hairs are injected.

>>Advantages:
Invisible knots in the area of the silk base,which gives a more realistic illusion that the hair is growing directly from your scalp.

>>Disadvantages:
The color of the silk base could be not match the color of your own scalp completely.

U-Part Wigs

They are simply a modified half wig, that are created with the shape of a ‘U’ cut out on the top of the wig.

>>Advantages:
A u-part wig is as convenient as a wig in that it can be quick to install. It also has the more natural look of a sew-in weave because it allows for a substantial amount of leave out at the crown.

>>Disadvantages:
U-part hair can’t be freely parted and sometimes it can be not easy to blend well with your natural hair texture and hair color.


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