Hair Density Chart

If you're searching for a wig that would create a natural hair-look impression, a full lace wig will bring your search to an end. When getting a full lace wig, one of the most important elements is the density. 

Density is defined as how thick or thin the hair on your lace wig will be. The standard and most popular choice is 120% which is Medium Thick Density. The average human head is considered to be between 100%-120%.
Haus of Kreme wigs have a density around the perimeter of 130% Medium Heavy, unless otherwise specified.


  1. Light Density – The thickness for light density is estimated to be 60 percent of an average head of hair. If your natural hair is not substantially thick, then light hair density would be an excellent choice for your full lace wig.
  2. Light to Medium Density – The light to medium density is equivalent to 100 percent thickness of standard head of hair. The light to medium density tops the list of most sought-after densities for full lace and front lace wigs. When you request for light to medium hair density, your full lace wig would feature light hair density at the hairline, while the rest of the unit would have medium density. The light to medium hair density provides the most natural and undetectable hair-look effect and most women prefer this density.
  3. Medium Density – The medium density is about 120%. It gives a natural look. Great density for silky straight and yaki perm straight hair styles.
  4. Heavy Density – The estimated thickness of the heavy density is 180 percent of a standard head of hair. This thickness is quite much for most women and may distort the natural look of your full lace wig.

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