How long does a Lace closure last?

A lace closure is usually 4 X 4 in size and is used to close your wig or a particular style. They are available in many different styles, including three parts, the free part and the middle part ( Stingray in the middle ).


The three-part closures allow you to part the hair in three different ways, while the middle part closures give you only one styling option. The free part, however, lets you part your hair as you wish. Maintenance Unlike front wigs, owning a wig with closures doesn't require a lot of experience to care for and maintain. The most important work you can do is to wash, condition and style them. For wigs with closure, all you have to do is remove them at the end of the day and put them back on the next day.

Durability: Wigs with closure generally last longer than a frontal, with proper care. They are best suited to warm weather. As they don't require as much bonding and customization as frontal wigs. After 2 or 3 weeks, your closures start to lose their glue and gradually peel off around the edges. With a closure, you can solve the problem of mixing hair color and texture with your weave. You don't need to apply heat ( hot plates, blow-drying ) or dye parts of your hair to match your weave. Instead, you would simply dye your weave and closure the color of your choice, not your natural hair, making the process much safer. Wearing a closure allows you to experiment with so many styles and colors with little or no damage to your hair. You can expect your closure to last more than 2 years if you take good care of it. If it's synthetic, it may not last that long, but it should serve you for at least a year.

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