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What is the difference between a Lace Frontal and a Lace Closure and what do you use it for?

What is the difference between a Lace Frontal and a Lace Closure and what do you use it for?

Virgin Indian Lace Frontals 

A lace frontal is used when you want to recreate the entire hairline from ear to ear and about 2 inches back.  Many women who wear lace frontals use them when they want to try a completely different color or texture from their natural hair color or when they want to protect their edges and hair that they normally leave out in sew in hair extensions.

Frontals are also really popular with women who have traction alopecia or thinning edges. 

Virgin Indian Lace Closures

A closure is much smaller than a frontal.  It is about 2 inches by 2 inches and it is used to recreate the natural part.  It is also used when you want to give your hair that you normally leave out a break or if you want to drastically experiment with color or texture. 

A key to a great closure in ensuring that there is a natural density to it.  Our closures are not too full nor too thin but they truly recreate what a normal hairline or partline looks like, it is normally mixed with a little bit of baby hairs and some breakage and not as thick as other areas of your hair.  

The secret key to a great closure is to make sure that lace that it is on has bleached knots around the perimeter and that you dye the lace to be two shades lighter than your complexion on your face.  A great tip from top Hollywood hair stylists is to use a strong brew of coffee and dip the lace in the coffee to set in a natural tone. 

 

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