Friday, August 14, 2009

The ABC’s of Lace Front Wigs

Hair extensions and wigs have been a staple in the beauty business for decades, especially in the urban market, but recently the phenomenon of lace front wigs has grown to new heights. True Indian Hair, located in Brooklyn, has establish itself as a premier supplier and distributor of 100 percent human Indian remy hair extensions and lace front wigs. Lace front wigs were once extremely costly and were only available to celebrities or the rich, however, today lace front wigs are more popular and are readily available to the general public at affordable prices ranging from $250-$1000.

What Is a Lace Front Wig?Lace front wigs are also known as lace units or hair cranial prosthetics. Lace fronts create the illusion that hair is growing out of one's scalp, and is one of the most natural-looking extensions on the market. Lace front wigs are constructed using a thin lace (Swiss lace or French lace) as the base where individual hairs are than hand tied into the lace. There are also "lace frontal pieces" and "lace closures" which are partial lace pieces that can be used in conjunction with weaving wefts. With this arrangement, the wefts are glued or sewn into one's hair and the lace frontal applied only at the hairline.

Who Wears Lace Front Wigs?Lace front wigs are an excellent choice for women of all ethnicities and is no longer a luxury only enjoyed by celebrities and entertainers such as Beyoncé, Tyra Banks, Eva Marcille and Mary J. Blige. If you want natural-looking extensions, try the lace wig, hair pieces, and remy hair extensions from True Indian Hair.

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