The Differences Between Closure and Frontal Hair
When you enter the world of hair extension, you will see that there are various options to explore, including closures and frontals. Although both of them are used for sew-in or bonded installations in order to make us look more gorgeous, they are quite different. So, what are the differences? How can you choose the one that is most suitable for you? Let’s this article iron out all the details you need to know.
What to know closure and frontal hair?
About closure hair
Closures work are special hair units that individual hair strands are attached (usually hand-tied) to a piece of material, such as, lace or silk. Closure hair works to “close off” your weave or a particular style and give you a more beautiful look.
Typically, a closure will be 4 x 4 inches in size so that it will not cover the entire head. But there are a lot more of smaller or bigger closures that are able to meet your demand.
About the number of hair bundles, for a full head sew-in you will need at least 3 raw hair bundles.
What’s about the material of hair piece? There are two common choices – a slike base and a lace base. However, the lace closure is much more popular as it brings the flexibility and versatility for the customers. It is super easy to apply the closure for all types of hair, for example, natural, scanty, permed or the less thrilling receding hairline. But if you use a lace closure, you need to bleach or tone the knots/base of the closure or adding concealer for it to blend properly with your scalp so that you will have a more natural look.
Pros and cons of a closure hair piece
- Requires very little maintenance
- Blends in extremely well with natural hair
- Able to dye your closure based on your interest
- Flexible as you can part it from the middle or the sides
- Need to tweak it first
- Require adjustment if you sewn down onto the braids as an install
About frontal hair
Unlike closure hair piece covers only a small part of your head, a frontal hair piece is a wig that encloses the entire front area of your head from temple to temple right at the hairline.b
If you want to protect the hairline from damage and provide maximum versatility when getting hair extensions, then the frontal is the perfect choice for you. Why?
Because a ear-to-ear frontal is usually about 4 inches to the back and 13 inches across which makes it extremely flexible. You are able to try different hairstyles, including holding the hair back.
What’s about the material of frontal base? Similar to the closure, the lace and silk base frontals are the most prevalent bases, and the former base is much more popular than the latter. The reason is that lace base frontal made from human hair give a more natural look to the customers. It also requires less work and customization. Furthermore, a lace base frontal can be used for various hairstyles, including ponytails and buns. It is also easy to dye and match with the skin of customers. Hence, many customers, especially women of color prefer lace base frontals.
One of the most famous ear-to-ear lace frontals is 360 lace frontal. It will stretch around the entire circumference of the head giving you a complete natural hairline all the way around your head. Also, it reduces the time of installation and is able to work as a closure for sewn-in hair styles.
Pros and cons of a frontal hair piece
- Easy to install
- Quite comfortable to wear
- Able to try multiple different hairstyles with a 360 lace frontal including pulled back styles
- Can be used to mask the loss of hair along the hairline
- Provides a natural look
- Requires fewer raw hair bundles
- Not suitable for anyone with a small forehead or a lot of baby hairs
- Require a lot of tweaking
- Require retouch every 2-3 weeks
- Quite expensive
Now you have known about the closure and the frontal as well as their differences. So if you want to get one of them, where can you buy? Let me recommend a famous store from Vietnam – Jenhair.
Let’s go for Jenhair
You will love Jenhair because this store only provides products made from premium 100% remy hair. Currently, Jenhair is serving more than thousands of customers around the world, and they all will feel satisfied with products as the service of Jenhair.
So, if you want to get an outstanding closure or frontal, let’s contact Jenhair through:
- Phone: +84.967696996
- Website: https://jenhair.com
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Address: 1502th Floor, Usilk-103 Complex, Ha Dong District, Hanoi, Vietnam