Our Lavish Lace Frontals 13 x 4 or 13 x 6 cover a larger area than closure as they will have a temple to temple hairline. This larger temple to temple area in combination with the replication of a natural hairline allows for many off the face type of hairstyles that are not possible with a regular closure. Just like its full sized lace front wig counterparts, a frontal will require the sealing of the knots to help keep the hair secured firmly in the cap.
How is it installed??
Closures can be installed by bonding, as well as by attaching with the use of clips. The most popular method for installing closures is by sewing the closure then installing the rest of the weave around the closure. The closure is placed close to the edge of the braided foundation near the hair line.. The stylist then sews around the perimeter of the closure taking acre to stitch so that the stitches are concealed.
Like a closure, lace frontals can be sewn in place or applied using clips. However a natural hairline will not be achieved if sewn or clipped in the front. Most stylists install a lace frontal using clips or by sewing down the back of the frontal and use a bonding agent to glue the front hairline down.
Unlike a closure, none of the wearers own hair will be left out in a bonded lace frontal installation as the piece is meant to create a natural hairline.