Tuesday, February 19, 2019

What is the difference between Lace Closure,Lace Frontal Closure and 360 Lace Frontal Closure?



Lace Closure
Lace closure is much smaller than a frontal. It is usually pretty small and is around 4X4 in size. There are 3 types of Lace Closures; One part(Middle part) Three-Part and Free part (no part). 
A closure can be placed on the middle or side of your hair in order to make your weave or sew-in look more natural.This allows you the option to have no real hair left out when wearing a full head of weave (People with natural hair you don’t need to retouch). To have a full head sew-in with a closure you would want to purchase 2 or 3 bundles to complete a style.
Lace Frontal Closure
Lace Frontal Closure is larger than a closure and is around 13X4 in size. A full lace frontal will give your sew-in a more natural look. Unlike a closure, you can be more diverse and wear a  middle, side, or three part style.
There are so many different styles that can be done with a frontal like braids along the front of the head,  twists in the front, and much more. This allows you the option to have no real hair left out while having beautiful baby hairs when wearing a full head of weave. To obtain a full sew-in you would need about two bundles with the full frontal to complete a style.
360 Lace Frontal Closure
360 frontal closure covers the complete hairline around the entire head. This frontal allows you to wear pretty much any hairstyle. With the 360  frontal, you no longer have to fear to wear the high ponytail that so many people love.You can pretty much wear any type of part in the front of the hair, along with being creative with the back. 
To do a full sew-in or weave, purchase with the 360 frontal you would only need 1 to 2 bundles of hair. 
The most obvious difference between a closure and a frontalis their respective sizes. Closures are typically 4 x 4 inches and sit either perfectly in the middle of the crown or can be shifted slightly to the side to achieve a side-part look.While being similar in width (+/- 4 inches), frontals, on the other hand, lay along the hairline across the front of the head, from ear to ear.
A new generation of frontals (the 360 frontal), now allows for full hairline coverage around the entire head with space left in the middle for the bundle install.
Lace frontals allow for endless versatility, so you can wear any color, curl pattern, cut or style.Closures only cover a portion of your head, so it’s close to impossible to pull your hair back without exposing your tracks.

Tuesday, January 15, 2019

What is the Difference Between Indian and Brazilian Hair?



What is the Difference Between Indian and Brazilian Hair?

Indian Hair
Indian hair is the most commonly available hair in the markets. This is because of the fact that Indians donate their hairs for religious purposes. 
Indian hairs are mostly natural dark brown and very fine in texture. It is not very shiny which is why it blends easily with most of the European and American hair types. Another reason why Indian hair blends with European hair is because the cuticles of these hairs are less tangled. Two terms that are used quite often for Indian hair are virgin and remy. Virgin hair is one that means that these hairs are not processed or treated with chemicals. 
All cuticles are running in one direction in remy hair. Hair extensions made with Indian hair become wavy after drying, giving a very beautiful look to the individual. Also, Indian hair curls and straightens easily making it very workable.

Brazilian Hair
Brazilian hair is shiny and silky. It is available in straight, wavy, and curly forms. Hair extensions made of Brazilian hair hold on to their curls for a long time period. These hairs are the most sought after in the market today. Brazilian hair is very hot and dense. They gel with most European and American textures. There is a lot of body and bounce in Brazilian hair, and it has a natural shine.

Brazilian Hair vs Indian Hair
• Brazilian hair, in general, is shinier and silkier than Indian hair.
• Indian hair is mostly dark brown.
• Indian hair is very workable and holds on to curls, but Brazilian hair holds on to curls much         longer.
• Brazilian hair is mostly black though it is also available in dark brown color.
• Brazilian hair has a higher density than Indian hair.
• Brazilian hair gives more bounce than Indian hair when used as hair extension.
• The texture of Brazilian hair is a little coarser than Indian hair.
• If you are looking for thick and bouncy hair, Brazilian hair is more suitable for hair extensions.
• If you are looking for shiny and straight hairs, Indian hair is great.
• Brazilian hair withstands humidity better than Indian hair as it frizzes much less when wet.



Tuesday, January 8, 2019

What is Virgin Human Hair?


Virgin human hair is chemically unprocessed human hair, which is collected from a single donor. 
The virgin hair is hair that has not been altered by dyes, perms, bleaches or harsh washes.

It is considered to be the finest quality of human hair because the cuticles are kept intact and not stripped.

Virgin hair is the highest quality human hair available on the market. 
This hair is expensive, yet it does last for a longer time than remy hair, making it worth the investment. 

Monday, January 7, 2019

Tuesday, January 1, 2019

What is Pre Plucked Hair Wigs?

Pre plucked lace wigs are wigs that have already been given a natural hairline. 

Some lace wigs come rather bulky and unnatural looking around the edges and too dense in the top of the wig making it look wiggy. With the pre plucked hairline you will have a more natural flawless looking hairline with lots of baby hair. This will make your unit look even more realistic when applied with minimal effort.