Lace frontals are like the new kid on the block, they are loved by everyone and are just so noticeable! A lot of hair stylists are now learning to install lace frontals properly because they are the new darlings, and nobody wants to be left out in archaic stuff. It is quickly becoming a growing trend in today’s hair culture. Though more people are settling for these installations, there are still some who are confused about what exactly a lace frontal is.
Lace frontals complete the desired look of a sew-in by closing off the install, eliminating the need to blend any leave out. It is the finishing piece that completes a full head of weave. It is basically the recreation of the hairline, that is essentially a protective cover which gives the hairline and edges a break from the tension of sew-ins. If you want to try something different regarding hair color, cut or style, this could be the perfect solution without any need to make any changes to your natural hair.
Like virgin peruvian hair bundles, lace frontals are costly, with a price tag ranging from $80-$200. But good stuff seldom comes cheap and virgin hair bundles are certainly in that category. With a lace frontal, you can substantially diversify your looks with different styles, but more maintenance and upkeep is required for them. If you’d like to keep the lace frontal for a while, you’ll need to go back to the salon for reinstallation. It is important to know that despite being beautiful and catchy, lace frontals also don’t last too long.
A little upgrade to frontals gave birth to the 360 lace frontals which are a lace headband with hair. It recreates a seamless full sew-in and allows for more hairstyles. It is required that you must use them with virgin hair bundles because they are empty on the top.
How many bundles do you need with 360 lace frontals?
It depends on these factors: the size of your head, hair length, texture and your desired hair volume. According to research, the average size of a woman’s head is 22.5 inch. Knowing your head size is easy. just grab your measuring tape and wrap it around your head 360 degrees. If it’s above the average, you may need more virgin human hair bundles. If it’s less, you may need less.