We’ve all seen that girl, on Instagram or in the chair at the salon. The Lace Front wig looks like it literally melted onto her scalp; install is flawless. Then out of nowhere, she throws it up into a ponytail, like it was nothing. Meanwhile, your clutching your bundles trying to figure out what just happened. Well, we’re here to uncover the mystery of 360 Lace frontal wigs.
The 360-lace front wig, also called 360 lace front closure, is essentially a lace headband that has adjustable hooks in the back. The 360 refers to it being 360 degrees it snugly fits around your hairline. You can use glue, tape or sew it in to give your hairline a break from weaves or extensions. A 360 Lace Front wig has hand tied lace around the perimeter of your hairline. Essentially the Lace goes 360 degrees around your hairline, like a headband. 360 Lace front wigs are usually made using Swiss Lace and have baby hairs to give a more natural look.
360 Lace Frontals are the latest trend in wigs and weaves; especially this year and we wanted to know more about how they really work! After doing some research, we found answers to a lot of our burning questions.
What’s all the hype?
The number one benefit of wearing a 360 Lace Front wigs is versatility. You can vitality create any style you want with a 360 Lace Front Wig. Because the wig can be worn in a ponytail or bun. There are also many different ways to get the 360 Lace Front look. You can wear a wig, here are some under$200 on Amazon or you can sew in bundles and just have a frontal. Your hairstylist or yourself can sew in the perimeter using a lace frontal and then sew in the bundles to fill in the middle and add fullness.
The standard medium size of the 360-lace frontal is 22″x4″x2″. 22″is the circumference from ear to ear. 4″is the width at the front. 2″is the width of the back and sides. Most Lace Fronts come with adjustable straps, if you are buying 360 Lace Front Wig; It will come with combs or a adjustable strap.