Wigs are the new must have accessory to complete any outfit. Whether you’re going for professional boss lady or sexy mama with an edge, a wig can help pull together any look and reinvent your personality. If you’re new to the wig game, you’ve probably realised there are a ton of different types, textures, and who knows what else to choose from. One of the newest wigs on the scene is the full lace wig and women are going crazy over them. Are full lace wigs really worth the hype?
- What is a full lace wig, anyway?
For those of you who may not be familiar, a full lace wig is constructed from a lace cap that covers your entire head. Human hair is knotted into the cap by hand. There is usually stretch lace over the front of the wig (top of the crown) to allow for movement and a proper fit to your head. Full lace wigs can be treated like normal hair for the most part. You can part them any way you’d like, tie them up into a ponytail or bun, and they tend to last longer than their front lace counterparts.
One of the major benefits of choosing a full lace wig is that they are extremely versatile, like regular scalp grown hair would be. You’re able to achieve a more natural look and use the wig to create a variety of hairstyles that you may not be able to with other types of wigs.
While this may sound incredible, full lace wigs do cost a pretty penny compared to other types of wigs.
- Should You Choose a Full Lace Wig?
If you’re only an occasional wig wearer, a full lace wig may not be worth the investment, since lace front wigs also help deliver some level of a natural appearance at a lesser cost. If you’re willing to make the investment and looking for the most natural feel, and a woman who regularly wears a wig, we’re sure you won’t be disappointed with a full lace wig. However, it is important to note, full lace wigs have less volume than front lace wigs, so you won’t necessarily feel the thickness you desire. This is especially wonderful for women who may be dealing with hair loss. You’ll be able to treat your wig like real hair. However, if it’s the thick luscious feeling you’re looking for, a lace front wig may be the better option.
MODEL IS WEARING VIOLET FULL LACE WIG
Full lace wigs do require a bit more care and maintenance to maintain wig cap structure and hair quality. You will have to tie it down overnight on a wig mannequin to maintain the cap structure and wash the wig on a foam mannequin head.
Despite the extra care requirements of a full lace wig, most wig wearers will tell you that this is definitely worth the versatility.
FLEXIBLE STYLING ON THE FULL LACE
We understand that with living in the UK, you may be a woman on a budget, but girl, if you’re going to splurge on something, it should definitely be a luscious wig.