Lace frontals and lace closures from VQ Hair Factory have same benefits in terms of quality:
Luxury 100% Vietnamese high quality human hair extensions
Purest hair, no mix silicon, synthetic or any animal
No dry, thin or split at the ends
Hair is full from top to tip
Not easy to tangling, no shedding
Lifespan from 2-3 years, can be used multiple times
Can be dyed, bleach,restyle
Overview about lace frontal and closure
A lace frontal is practically half a wig, it usually comes with lace at the front portion of your head. It is known as a good option for women with thinning edges.
On the lace of the frontal, the hairs are carefully sewn to make knots, and the lace will give an illusion like the hair growing from your scalp.
The most common size of lace frontal is 13x4 inches, its coverage from ear to ear and is typically worn to recreate an entire hairline. Normally, lace frontals come with baby hairs on the hairline to make your wig or sew-in look natural.
Lace Frontals also give women a diversity option to part your hair anywhere you please, this ability makes it become the most versatile hair piece.
A lace pin gives women simple hairstyles, it's smaller than the hair frontal and used to close the wig or sew in.
Closures do not regenerate a hairline, its coverage goes from temple to temple. The most popular sizes of hair lace closure include 4x4 inch, 4x5 inch, 4x6 inch...
There are three different options for the lace design that you can choose from: center part, free part, and three part.
Frontal and a closure: What’s the difference?
Before explaining "which is better closure or frontal ", let's find out the difference between these two types of hair.
First things first: Lace frontals usually cover the entire front of your head. It goes from ear to ear and creates a hairline that makes it super flexible and ability to create a style that hair closure can not such as pull the hair back.
At hair frontal and closure, the hair is sewn in a lace or silk to create a hair piece. This material creates an illusion that the hair grows from your scalp and makes the hair extensions easily blend with your skin.
If the hair frontal can give you the ability to change your style when you want, then you can't do it with lace closure.
Lace closure is often coming with popular sizes like 4x4, 5x5, 4x6, 2x6.... It goes from temple to temple and is used to close your wig or your sew in. There are three types of hair closure part design: middle part, three part and free part.
Closure size is usually smaller than frontals, so they give you less styling options. However, that's not necessarily a bad thing, especially if you prefer to stick with convenient simple styles.
About hair closure and frontal cost, lace closure is usually less expensive than lace frontal. Instead of that for a full sew-in you will need more bundle to combine with a lace closure than a hair frontal.
Similarities of lace frontal and lace closure
◆ Lace frontals and lace closures are perfect choices in creating seamless sew-in installations.
◆ It is made from the same material, using real human hair and sewn into lace or silk to form a hair closure or frontal piece.
◆ Can be use multiple time
Closure or a frontal: Which one is better?
Well, if you are a complete newbie to the wonderful world of wigs and weaves, then we recommend you to start from hair closure, since doing hair frontal requires a lot of work.
When you first install your hair closure, you have to make some adjustments to get the natural look you're trying to achieve. You will need to bleach the knots, tint the lace to match the exact color of your scalp, and cut, trim, and pluck the roots until they blend together.
In case you have good installation skills, you can try your hand at hair frontal. Frontal hair is more flexible than closure hair, it allows you to change the hairstyle if after a while you get bored with the old hairstyle.
Can closures and frontals damage your edges?
Unfortunately, the answer is yes — but that's only if your closure or frontal is installed incorrectly. According to our experts, the right placement is the key to getting a perfect installation without damaging your hair. "Placing the hair closure or frontal too far from the roots during installation can result in the application of glue to your natural hair, which may cause breakage when the closure or frontal is removed.” To prevent this, we strongly recommend seeking the assistance of a hair expert to ensure proper placement and avoid any potential damage to your natural hair.
If you do it yourself, be sure to apply the glue to your skin, not your hair. You also need to be extra careful when removing your forehead or private parts. They recommend using a wig glue remover to gently lift the hair piece.
How to take care of a closure or a frontal hair?
VQ Hair Factory supplies closure and frontal hair made from 100%human hair, so you'll take care of them just like you would with your natural hair. We recommend that you use a wide-tooth comb to smooth your hair, regularly use conditioner to keep your hair moist, and limit the use of heat to style your hair to avoid damage.
And when you remove the glue from your hair, you should apply 99% isopropyl alcohol to a clean hand towel and gently rub the soaked cloth over the lace until the adhesive is completely removed. After the glue runs out, you should deeply moisturize the closure or frontal and air-dry it.
Finally, which is better closure or frontal ? It really depends on what you want.Frontals offer greater flexibility, providing a variety of styling options to suit your preferences. On the other hand, closures are a more cost-effective option, but may not be ideal for those who frequently change their hairstyle. Either way, both have their own pros and cons, if installed and maintained properly they are both great options for protecting your natural hair from damage and help you achieve the most beautiful hair style.