A lace closure once applied to the hair will have a set part that will mimic a scalp while a lace frontal part will usually have more versatility and mimics a natural hairline. Both come with their pros and cons for different people depending on your hair needs. Closures are used for sew-ins.
What's the difference between a closure and a lace closure?
Lace frontals are bigger mainly because they run temple to temple to cover the entire hairline. 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.
Can you go swimming with a lace closure?
Which closure is the best?
The best closure is the closure that looks most natural on you. Try both to be sure you know which one you're most comfortable with or allow a professional to conduct a brief consultation to see which closure will be best considering your hairline, head-shape, lifestyle, and the style you're looking to achieve.
Based on your desired fullness, 3-5 bundles of hair can be needed for a full sew-in. You might need 2 or 3 bundles of hair for a partial sew-in based on the fullness. The same number of bundles of hair is required for a lace closure wig. However, again it will depend on the desired fullness.
How long does a lace front wig last on your head?
That depends on the hair and the wig upkeep. Lace front wigs with synthetic hair can last up to one year while 100% human hair lace front wigs can last up to three years, with proper care.