Lace wigs are divided into full lace wigs and lace front wigs. The lace front wig is hand-crocheted, and workers crochet real human hair on a transparent lace base. The bottom of the full lace wig is entirely lace, while the front lace wig has transparent lace only where the hairline is obvious. The rest is made of non-fragile material.
Q: What is a front lace wig?
A: The front lace wig means that the structure of the cap is connected with a nylon net or chemical fiber net along the forehead. Then hook each or several hairs on this nylon net or chemical fiber net. Because of its reasonable structural design and direct contact with the skin, the appearance looks very natural, as if it were hair growing on its own head.
Q: Who is suitable for wearing a front lace wig?
A: Anyone can wear a front lace wig. Some celebrities often wear front lace wigs to reflect their fashion sense; in addition, patients with thin hair due to illness can also wear front lace wigs.
Q: What is the difference between a front lace wig and a full lace wig?
A: The front lace wig is generally made of nylon material about 1 inch from the hairline, while the full lace wig is made of nylon material.
Q: What is a hand-woven cap?
A: The hand-woven cap is a product made by using pure hand techniques to hook one or more hairs together on the hair net. Its advantages are high fidelity, good breathability, comfortable wearing, but the price is relatively high.
Q: What is the difference between a woven wig and a hand-woven wig?
A: The hand-woven wig cap is made by pure hand techniques. The woven wig cap is a finished product produced by a machine production line, and the hair is stitched together by the blowing force of a blower. Woven hair sets are divided into two types: one is double weft; the other is single weft, which is also called "light weft" or "thin weft".
Q: What is the difference between Swiss lace and French lace?
A: The Swiss lace is thin and not easy to find. The French lace material is more durable.