Lace wigs are made of materials which resembles a mesh like-base or cap such as a pair of hosiery. The cap of the wig can be made of different materials such as lace, nylon, monofilament and polyurethane.
From these materials, many combinations of lace wigs can be achieved. Hair is then tied to the cap making the wig. Once it is tied to the wig and fitted, lace is cut around the edges of the wig. The lace part of the wig is then either glued or taped to the outer perimeter of your head, it becomes invisible, thus blending with your own skin. What makes lace wigs so different from other wigs is the hairline becomes invisible and the hair especially around the edges, looks as if your own hair growing from your scalp! Depending on the type of lace wig, no matter where you make a part, it looks like your own hair.
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