If you are considering purchasing a blonde wig, you may wonder what to look for in this particular type. There are several options, including Lace front, Synthetic lace front, and Glue front wigs. It is important to understand the differences between these types of wigs, as they are not all created equal. You may find that a blonde wig can be a little more fragile than you think, which is why you should choose carefully.
Synthetic lace front wig
Choosing a synthetic lace front blonde wig is a great way to add an elegant look to your appearance. These wigs are easy to use and care for. The synthetic fiber is made of Swiss lace and the sewing area is approximately 13 x 2.5 inches. The wig is 24 inches long and 310 grams in weight. The wig comes with a cap made of black mesh. To wear your wig, simply tie your hair in a bun and push it into the wig cap. Then, pull the adjustable straps up to fit your head.
Lace front wig
A lace front blonde wig is a solution to hair loss that looks completely natural, conceals hair loss and allows you to change your look without risking your health. Because of its natural-looking construction, lace front wigs are a favorite among many women. However, the durability of this type of wig depends on the material used. Depending on the quality of the wig’s lace, it may not last as long as a synthetic hair product.
The density of a lace wig is measured in percentage. A higher percentage means thicker hair. Popular lace wigs have a density of 130% to 150%. As you can imagine, the higher the percentage, the more expensive it will be. Another factor to consider when choosing a lace wig is its texture. The hair fibers can be straight, natural wave or deep curly. A lace front blonde wig may be flat or wavy, or a combination of both.
A lace front wig offers the most natural appearance. Because it is attached to the front of your head, it adds to your natural hairline and gives the impression that hair is growing out of your scalp. In fact, people will often struggle to tell the difference between your real hair and artificial hair. Besides, lace front wigs are less expensive than full lace wigs. They require less styling and application time than full wigs, but they offer more versatility.
Glue front wig
When buying a lace front blonde wig, a lot of consideration should go into the gluing process. Although some wig glues may seem more effective than others, there are several differences between the two. These glues work by forming a ‘sealing film’ that holds the wig together while leaving the scalp bare. The best wig glues will last a longer time.
Before you begin applying the glue, you need to cut the lace. Fulton recommends making two vertical cuts above the eyebrows. Once you have the wig cut, start working along the hairline with a rattail comb. You may also want to use a blow dryer to speed up the process. Once you’ve finished bonding the wig, you can proceed to attach the lace. You can then wrap the wig in a headband or satin scarf to help it stay in place.
After applying the glue, you should check to make sure the wig fits your head properly. It should fit snugly around your head. It should not rub against your scalp. If you’re not sure of your size, you can always refer to the size chart for wigs. The glue should also adhere to your skin and avoid irritating it. You’ll also want to take your time and avoid applying too much glue on the hairline.