The Differences Between Lace Closure And Lace Frontal
Lace closure and Lace frontal are popular in the market. Do you know the difference between Lace Frontal and Lace Closure?
A lace closure is the go-to for women who love middle part simple hairstyles. Closures do not recreate a hairline. A closure is usually a 4x4" piece, which around the temple to temple size and put in the middle, its 4 inches long and 4 inches wide, like a perfect square.
Lace Frontal Closure is a half wig that goes from ear to ear and is sewn with approximately 3-4 bundles of hair. 13x4 Lace Frontal is the standard size. That is the difference between a closure and a frontal. There are two types of Lace frontal in Beaufox.
The most obvious difference between a closure and a frontal their respective sizes.
Lace Closure is typically 4 x4 inches. The closure is usually temple to temple. Lace closures are smaller because their primary purpose is to close off an install hence the name closure. Closures typically only cover a horseshoe size portion at the top or front of an install.
Lace Frontal is typically 13x4 inch. Frontal is ear to ear. A lace frontal will go from ear-to-ear. Lace frontal allows for endless versatility, so you can wear any color, curl pattern, cut or style.
Closures are used to recreate the natural parting of the hairline and are normally sewn into place.
Frontal are generally meant to be bonded in place. A lace frontal covers the entire hairline and will allow you to achieve a seamless style that you can pull back off of your face.
Lace Frontal is much expensive than lace closure.