Trend Watch: Lace Closures

Lace Front Closure from the Vivica A. Fox Hair Collection

Lace Front Closure from the Vivica A. Fox Hair Collection

Trend Watch! Are you looking for more options for protective styling? Is your hair breaking off because of excessive heat and over-processed “leave-out”? The latest and newest trend to hit the hair industry, Lace Closures! Lace Closures allow you to conceal your natural hair line while giving you the illusion of a part. Lace parts can come with a middle part, a side part, a free part, a three-way part or like the Vivica A. Fox Hair Collection’s Lace Closure, and invisible lace part that can be worn with lace or cut to look more natural. While there are several different types of parting styles, there are two types of lace closures.

 

Lace Closure:

Lace closures can come in a variety of hair fibers  – from synthetic to medium grade virgin hair. Lace closures come in a variety of price points. It has a lace mesh that Hairs are then individually woven through the silk fabric and secured directly through the lace. This allows the scalp to be seen through the illusion of a part.

Silk Closure:

A silk lace closure it typically more expensive than the lace closure because it is lined with Swiss lace. It is also usually constructed with high grade Virgin hair. It has 2 layers – Swiss lace and then a silk fabric on top. Hairs are individually woven through the silk fabric and secured under the lace and knotted. They knots are then bleached to give the appearance of natural scalp.

Whatever your preference, if you’re looking for a great protective style (protecting your natural hair from heat and over-processing) Lace Closures are the way to go! Try that new ombre color you’ve seen on your favorite celebrity, spice up your style with a bang, rocky wavy tresses without worrying about blending your natural hair! The possibilities are endless with closures and with the summer and it’s humid temperatures coming, your hair line with thank you!!!

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