MarchQueen Human Hair Wigs Types

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Unlike the wigs our grandmothers and mothers wore wigs today are designed to be undetectable and flattering to your natural hairline. Each cap and hair style is crafted to fit your head snugly and styled in multiple ways. Modern wigs are made with various caps styles, fabrics, and attachment methods. Lace caps enable your scalp to breathe and resists scalp irritations. Modern hair wigs also feature distinctive designs such as u-parts and lace fronts. MarchQueen provides natural human hair wigs with various styles, textures and colors. Here are the most common types of human hair wigs today.

Full Lace

In a full lace wig the cap is made entirely of lace. The cap usually features strips for adhesive to attach to so that the wig does not move or buckle around your hairline. The benefit of having a full lace wig is that the hair can be styled naturally without detection. The lace allows free parting in whichever direction you choose. Full lace wigs give you extraordinary versatility as well. For example, if you want to cornrow your unit, you can. Full lace wigs typically last longer than traditional wigs when cared for properly. 

Lace FrontLace front wigs feature lace only in the front of the unit, mainly so that your hairline looks more natural. Lace fronts also give you styling versatility that enables you to switch up your parts. Some lace front natural hair wigs are even able to give you the ability to wear a half-up, half-down styles. The rest of the cap, however, cannot be parted and is usually the standard mesh-like material that features a drawstring or hair combs to keep the wig in place.

Lace Front

Lace front wigs feature lace only in the front of the unit, mainly so that your hairline looks more natural. Lace fronts also give you styling versatility that enables you to switch up your parts. Some lace front natural hair wigs are even able to give you the ability to wear a half-up, half-down styles. The rest of the cap, however, cannot be parted and is usually the standard mesh-like material that features a drawstring or hair combs to keep the wig in place.

360 Lace Wigs

360 Lace human hair wigs is completely designed with a sheer lace around the whole hairline from the beginning to the end attached to the circle of the wig. Which makes it looks as if the wig hair is growing from your own scalp.

You could style the lace part hair in any way you want. The rest part of the lace front wig isn’t made of lace, but of a unbreakable material this is still secure and wearable. Wearing 360 lace wigs is very easy and simple due to the fact that it is stretchy and cover the entire scalp region with a natural looking hair style.

Monofilament

Monofilament wigs feature a fine nylon, lace and mesh blend. It is an alternative to those who suffer from a sensitive scalp. This option is great because the cap tends to mimic your natural scalp color (no concealer necessary) and the hair is individually hand-tied to the cap. It is arguably one of the most natural-looking wigs, aside from the full lace option.

U-Part

U-part wigs feature a ‘U’ cut out on the top of the wig so that you can leave a portion of your own hair out. This allows you to blend your natural hair in with the wig. This style wig also gives you extra versatility which is perfect for those who like to have a bit of leave-out for a more natural look.

Half Wig

A natural half wig covers the back part of your head, usually from the top of the crown to the nape. This leaves your hairline completely exposed. This wig requires that you style your hairline in order to mask the track of beginning of the wig. Half wigs are a great option if you are looking for a natural wig option but don’t feel comfortable committing to a full wig just yet. With the improved technology of natural wigs blending your hair with the wig is easier. High quality textured hair extensions are the best options when looking to blend your curl pattern with a natural hair wig.