Full Lace VS. Lace Front
Lizzi’s Lox Lace Wigs have a hairline that mimics your own. Lace Wigs are the best choice for anyone who is wanting a completely natural look while wearing their Wig. But what is the difference between Full Lace and Lace Front Wigs?
The “Lace” section on a wig is the section in which the hair has been hand tied to the lace. Yep, every single hair is tied on individually 😅
All “Lace” sections can be parted any way you like. As the title “Lace Front” suggests, the hand tied lace section is only at the front of the wig. The rest of the wig is constructed by sewing on wefts. This wefted section can not be parted. On the other hand a “Full Lace” wig cap is constructed entirely with lace, which means you can part it anywhere over the whole cap, and obviously puts them at a higher price than Lace Fronts.
I generally recommend Lace Fronts for beginners and Full Lace Units for more advanced users who want more freedom and versatility with their styling. Both types of wigs can be worn glueless, however if you are wanting to achieve more advanced styles, you may need to use glue for extra security.
Neither Wig Type is better or worse than the other, they are just different!