Closures, also known as knots (Japanese term), frontals, or lace fronts (if they are made from lace), are hairpieces worn on the head to cover the scalp where hair is missing. They are usually made from human or synthetic hair and come in different sizes, colors, and textures. Typically, closure bundles are attached to a single weft of hair. It provides more customization options than the lace front wigs. Depending on how much of a natural hairline they cover, one can wear these wigs fully or partially.
They are available in various colors and textures to match your own natural hair. It also makes it possible to add highlights, lowlights, and other coloring effects to the closure without affecting the entire wig. The thin lace base blends well with the scalp, making them a popular choice for women who have experienced hair loss or thinning.
Closures can be worn in a high ponytail or bun and styled differently. Be sure to experiment with the style of your wig to find out what looks best on you.
Types of closure bundles:
There are three main types: lace closure, silk closure, and synthetic closure.
Lace closures are a popular choice for women who want an organic-looking hairstyle. The lace used in these wigs has small holes around the perimeter, where hands tied it into place to create their natural look of healthy hairs without any synthetic compounds or chemicals added on top!
Silk closures are less common than the first one, but they are becoming more popular because of their durability.
Synthetic closures are the cheapest in all of them, but they do not look as realistic as lace or silk ones.
Types of closure installation:
- The most popular of all hair extensions are the sew-in style. These stay securely in place by sewing them directly onto natural texture and look just like you had long flowing tresses!
- The glue-in closure is a weft insertion that is sewn into the weft track and then permanently glued. They are not as popular as sewing ones because they are less safe and damage natural hair.
- Clip-in closures are less natural-looking because they are made from synthetic hair. However, many people like them because they are less expensive than lace closures and are easier to install.
Some tips to take care of your closures:
Once you’ve chosen a closure, you need to take care of it properly. Here are a few tips:
- Be gentle when brushing or styling it.
- Use a low heat setting when blow-drying your closure.
- Avoid using products with alcohol or sulfates, which can damage the lace.
- Store your closure in a zip-up bag or travel case when not in use.
It’s important to remember that the lace on these wigs does not blend into your scalp as real hair can but is just an addition to your style.
There are many options when it comes to hair loss and the need for a wig. One of these is closure wigs which can provide you with a simple solution that leaves your natural hair out in the open. They come in all shapes and sizes, too, so they’re perfect for any occasion or time frame when you might want to wear one.
I hope this guide will help explain what closure wigs are and how to choose and install them. Now that you know all about it, why not try one yourself? They’re a great way to add volume and length to your hair. This will add value to your style and confidence. Shop now and get started on your new look!