Uniwigs lace frontal closure is made 100% Brazilian Remy hair and blends effortlessly with people’s own hair.
La Puente, CA (PRWEB) September 14, 2013
Tired of heat damage to hair? Having trouble blending, bald spots, thinning edges and breakage? Then Uniwigs lace Closures are the best alternatives.
Lace closures – or simply closures – are special hair pieces in which individual hair strands are tied onto a piece of lace. The lace may be either beige or dark brown. Closures are sold in various sizes, most commonly three inches wide by four inches deep. The purpose of a closure is to allow the wearer to have a full sew in (or wig) with none of their hair left out but still have the flexibility of being able to wear a part with the appearance of scalp showing. This is the exact same technology as a lace front or lace wig. When the closure is attached to people’s braided hair (or wig) people are able to part the closure in any direction.
The following is the way to install the Uniwigs lace closure.
1. Eye marks the area where you wish to place the Uniwigs lace closure. Divide hair vertically to create a natural part line and proceed to neatly cornrow hair to comfort.
2. Weave it up to the pre-determined invisible part area.
3. Place it on the head and sew-in/glue tightly along the weaving wedge and then around the lace surrounding to the pad to complete the look. Lastly, cut off any excess lace.
4. Finished Look. Now with a natural hair part, people can style the hair any way they desire.
Hurry to have a try on Uniwigs lace closure then. Uniwigs lace frontal closure is made 100% Brazilian Remy hair and blends effortlessly with people’s own hair. These lace closure pieces will definitely offer people the best way to cover thin hair at the crown, or cover the top area of the head where the weft hair is bonded /sewn down.
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