Lace Frontals & Closures: The Pros & Cons

Posted by Ohemaa Kema on

Both lace frontals and lace closure hair pieces help to complete your look and are great for styling your wigs, weaves, and natural hair extensions. However, making the best choice for which option to go for can sometimes be a tough nut to crack.

What Is A Lace Closure?

A lace closure typically comes in 4 X 4 inches in size and is used to close off your wig or a particular style. They are available in many different styles which include the three-part, free part, and middle part. Three-part closures allow you to part the hair in three different ways while the middle part closures only give you one style option. Free part, however, let you part your hair however you wish to. A free part closure hairpiece is more preferred because of the versatility it offers.

  • The Pros Of Wearing Lace Closures

    • Lace closures require little maintenance

    • Lace closures last for longer

    • Lace closure protects your hair

  • The Cons Of Wearing A Lace Closure

    • Lace closures limit your styling process

    • Lace closures don't fit sometimes

    • Lace closures grow out your hair

 

 

What Is A Lace Frontal?

Lace frontal hairpieces come in sew-in or bonded installations. Lace frontals help you achieve a more natural look for your wigs and hair extensions. They are often 4 inches to the back and 13 inches across, covering your hairline ear to ear. Its flexibility allows you to try out different hairstyles suck as center parts, side parts, or ponytails that look natural.

  • The Pros Of Wearing Lace Frontals

    • Lace frontals have less installation time

    • Lace frontals allow you to style your hair however you want

    • Lace frontals allow your hair to breathe

  • The Cons Of Wearing Lace Frontals

    • Lace frontals can damage your hairline

    • Lace frontals can require a lot of work

    • Lace frontals are more expensive


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