A hair closure is a hair extension where hair strands are tied in a beige or dark brown lace. Lace closures are a few inches wide and applied where the hair would have been left to give a natural look on heads that have wigs on. The closure can be placed anywhere where the illusion of a part would like to be achieved be it at the center or side of the head's front. Closures can be glued in place or sewn in.

Why Use Lace Closure?

By wearing a suitable hair lace closure, all the hair can be plaited beneath the beautiful weave or wig, and hence the hair will be safe from breakage and other damage. The lace used on the closures is very thin and the same color as the scalp hence it looks natural. No one will be able to tell that you are wearing a wig or weave. For a more natural look, you can choose to bleach the area where the parting is so the knots attaching the hair to the lace are not visible.

There are three kinds of hair closures in the common market: 4x4 inch Lace closure, 13x4 inch Lace Frontal, and 360 Lace Frontal. Most lace closures are wide enough to allow diverse parting styles. You can play around with it however you wish. To get the best results from a lace closure you must obtain it from a reliable seller. They will provide you with high-quality products that you can trust to make you look great.


How To Choose A Right Hair Closure For Yourself?

Many ladies like to choose a closure to make perfect sewing in. A closure is a small hairpiece or top unit that you can purchase ready to wear or customize. Closures can be anchored onto the skin using liquid adhesive or double-sided tape for people with hair loss. They can also be attached to the hair using clips or sewn onto cornrows. Other weaving techniques such as fusion, bonding, or micro links can be used to hold closures onto the hair as well.

Now we are sharing with you some tips for choosing the right hair closure, check them below:

1. Be aware that good quality is the most important for suitable hair closure. Select a good quality lace closure that has a color and texture similar to your natural real hair. Part the hair in the closure to get a natural look you like. A side parting will look more natural than the middle part.

2. The color of the hair closure is the second question you need to consider. Choose the lace color that can match your skin tone, so the lace is virtually undetectable like your scalp, and aid your lace in a realistic look. You can also dye lace at home, use a fabric dye close in tone to your skin, and not too dark. Dip a cotton swab into the dye and apply it wherever the lace will be visible, such as at the park or around your hairline.

3. Trim off the excess lace before you wear the 360 full lace closure or frontal lace closure. Often, this is designed by the closure seller or manufacturer will do for you to ensure that the lace closure will be suitable. If not, just cut the excess off with sharp fabric scissors, leaving about a 1.25-inch lace strip.

4. Before you put on your full lace closure or lace frontal closure, you need to hide all of your own hair in order to let it more natural. Use hair gel to make hair slick and hair won't fly away. French braid it if your hair is very long, and put it under a closure cap.

Medium-length hair can be pushed into the closure cap alone. It is better to use bobby pins to secure the cap if you have very curly or frizzy hair. Short hair can be slicked back under the lace closure, pin your own hair and it is all against your skull. Long hair is most manageable if you fashion it into braids that hug your head. However, hide your hair to get a relatively smooth surface for you to apply your closure on.

5. Carefully Install your lace closure or lace frontal closure and visit a hairstylist to make sure that it is cut in a way that matches your style perfectly. Adjust the lace closure to fit your head comfortably that you want and secure it with combs or clips.