Lace Closure and Lace Frontal are so useful in order to create beautiful sew in installations. They nearly have the same purposes and they both eliminate the need for blending. But the most important thing would be how you could choose for your own the best one between the two.
So which one is for you?
The decision is dependent so much on the look you want to achieve and the preference of versatility you want.
Closures are most appropriate option and lower cost option for simple everyday looks for example a set side parting or middle parting. A closure is perfect for those who don’t mind maintaining the same style.
Frontals are good if you want greater flexibility to change and adapt your parting the way you wish. Frontal offers better concealment of hair loss and receding hairlines due to their temple to temple coverage. Its unique design allows it to mimic the hairline on your scalp giving you a more natural look.
It is versatile allowing for many styling options. With frontals, you can rock many pulled back hairstyles that doesn’t conceal your face. It requires less hair bundles thus allowing you to use lesser hair and thus save on cost. It is also a comfortable hairstyle which protects your hair edges. As well as weaves both can be constructed into wigs.
The main benefit of choosing a lace frontal is its unmatched styling versatility. Wearing a lace frontal can allow you to achieve a styling option that a closure doesn’t. Frontals allow you to wear pulled back hairstyles. Remember closures only cover a small portion of the front of the install making it impossible to pull back the sides without exposing tracks. A lace frontal covers the entire hairline and will allow you to achieve a seamless style that you can pull back off of your face.
Other differences given for you to consider
The most obvious difference between a lace closure and a lace frontal is their respective sizes. Lace Frontal size is normally 13*4 inch. Lace frontals are bigger mainly because they run temple to temple to cover the entire hairline. Lace closures’ size is 4*4 inch and sit either perfectly in the middle of the crown or can be shifted slightly to the side to achieve a side-part look.
Another dissimilarity between lace closure and lace frontal is that lace closures are sewn into place while lace frontals are normally bonded in place. While both can be placed either in front or behind the hairline, lace frontals are commonly placed in front of the hairline usually because they are bonded.
Depending on your style of choice, a lace frontal may be more appealing than a closure or vice versa. If you like to pull your hair back, a lace frontal will be best for you. If you simply want to close your install with a natural looking, a lace closure will be the best solution for you. Either way, they both will enhance your install by giving it the natural look!