Nowadays, the hairstyle revolution has changed. The changes are visible right from the fashion industry, television dramas, film industry, or even daily life. There are various wigs which are divided into:
- Classical wigs
- Lace front wig
- Grey wigs
- Human hair
- Synthetic wigs
Lace front wig
The hair bundles are composed of hair stitched into a lace found on the wig’s front. It is quite different from a full lace since the lace covers from one ear to the other from the front. After stitching and positioning the lace, the lace material is trimmed at the hairline without cutting out the knots.
The lace can also be glued to give a natural appearance of hair originating from the scalp. It can then be designed in several styles, wavy, curls, or straight lace. The lace fronts can also be designed with baby hair by applying cosmetics, which also help conceal the lace. It is difficult to identify the lace lining making the wig the most preferred by most buyers.
In most lace front, the lace material is composed of Swiss or French. The French are known to be durable but delicate. For the Swiss, it is more delicate and tears easily. Therefore it is ideal for advanced lace users. The hair can either be synthetic or real human hair, which is more expensive.
The human hair is durable and flexible in styling. For the synthetic hair, they come in different styling and colors. It is not easy to style them. However, synthetic hair is cheap and readily available from any hair dealers.
Human Hair Wig
There are three types of human hair.
1. Terminal human hair
The terminal human hair is the hair that your stylist works on once you visit him. The hair regroups even aftershave and can be styled. Most of the terminal hair is found on the scalp. It is the longest and thickest human hair. Terminal hair includes armpit hair, facial and public hair. For every strand of terminal hair, a sebaceous gland is connected to deposit fatty oils to the hair.
2. Velum Human Hair
This type of hair is diverse as it covers our whole body. Velum hair is “peach fuzz,” commonly originating below the pores of our skin. Usually found on the face and the nape of the neck, the hairs only get long in few millimeters. Men are known to have more vellum hair due to hormones as compared to women and children.
3. Languor Human Hair
The type of hair isn’t visible, and everyone had them when in the womb. Fetuses grow languor hair while in uteri to keep warm. The languor hair is replaced right after the fetus is born by vellum hair and later terminal hair. Languor hair may also appear when malnourished for an extended period. The hair grows to keep the body warm.
Now you have the idea of different types of brown wig. The human hair (terminal hairs) is cut from our scalp, treated, and straitened to make lace fronts, wigs, and other types of human hair wigs.