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Everything You Need to Know About: Lace Closure & Lace Frontal

By Alipearlhair

Lace Closure:

lace closure

A lace closure is usually a 4”×4″ piece, around temple to temple size. It’s 4 inches long and 4 inches wide, like a perfect square. Except 4”×4″ size lace closure, there are also many other different sizes lace closures for different needs. If you want deeper parting space, you can choose 2”×6″, 5”×5″ and 6”×6” lace closure.

Normally lace closure has three different parting style: middle part, free part, and three parts for you to choose.

Now Alipearl hair has two types of closures: lace closure and silk base lace closure. The regular lace closure usually is made with Swiss lace, and the silk base lace closure is made with silk and Swiss lace. The silk base lace closure can give you a look as natural as possible.

Lace Frontal:

lace frontal

A lace frontal goes from ear to ear, so the entire front of head is covered, which is the difference between a closure and a frontal. 13×4 Lace Frontal is the standard size. But there are also frontals with lace space of 13’’ x 6’’ and 360 lace frontal. And with the frontal, Alipearl hair also has silk base lace frontal available.

Lace Closure vs. Lace Frontal – What’s the Similarity?

Both lace closures and frontals are great because they eliminate the need for leaving hair out and risk of heat damage. And they serve a similar purpose –-to close off a weave install flawlessly. When completed, it will give you the look like the hair is growing directly from your scalp.

Lace Closure vs. Lace Frontal – What’s the Difference?

The difference between lace closures and lace frontals are lace size, versatility and costs.

Lace size---the most obvious difference. Closures are typically 4×4 in size. However, the most common length of a frontal is 13×4, which covers the entire hairline. Versatility---A lace frontal goes from ear-to-ear, which gives more coverage, allowing you to be able to part the hair anywhere and therefore provides more flexibility in styling. However, a lace closure only covers a portion of your head, so it’s possible to pull your hair back without exposing your tracks. Costs---lace closures are smaller and less versatile, but they are more affordable than the lace frontal.

Choosing frontals or closures depends on what style you are trying to achieve. If any questions or need, please feel free to let us know. Alipearl Hair will guide you to the most suitable decision.


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