An All-Inclusive Guide on Lace Front Wigs

An All-Inclusive Guide on Lace Front Wigs

Celebrity hairstylists highly endorse Lace Front Wigs for their clients. Wearing wigs has created a fashion statement where one can change the look of their hair and transform their look into something sensational and dramatic or subtle in a matter of minutes. Wigs were initially seen mostly in pop culture, but it has now become a new fashion statement.


Talking about pop culture, Lace Front Wigs are loved by all, from Cardi B to Kylie Jenner. These celebrities and more would have sported wigs every once in a while. So, whether going for ultramarine blue hair like Katy Perry or going all lavender like Kylie, the Lace Front Wigs can be customized in the color of your liking and any chosen hairstyle.


Lace front wigs have been a celebrity favorite for many years now. The wigs helped them to change their looks effortlessly. Because of the natural-looking wigs, it has also become a favorite among the many people with time.


Lace front wigs have hair tied to a very thin lace-like material on the wig cap, which gives the impression of a natural-looking hairline and an illusion that the hair grows from the scalp.


We at Indique hair use 100% Real Human Remy hair for all our lace front wigs assuring the quality of hair will be of the highest standards. Wearing wigs can also help us improve hair length and density with little effort.


They can be styled in multiple ways, which include wearing the texture in its nature pattern, curling, or giving it smooth waves. You can also have your stylist customize it to your favorite hair color. Wearing lace front wigs offers an abundance of possibilities for styling your hair.


Different Types Of Lace Wig Cap Construction

Different Types of Wig Cap Constructions


Wig construction is the process of making a wig. First, you make sure you have all of your materials and that they are in good condition by choosing quality hair. It is done by utilizing a lace closure or a frontal along with several bundles tailored to your head size. Construction may either be machine-sewn or hand-sewn.


Lace Front Wig Cap


The lace front wig cap construction is a good option if you are looking to part your hair freely. It is important to remember that the lace needs to be handled with care so there aren't any tears or damage that could prevent optimal performance for a long time. In addition, it has adjustable straps in the back and partial combs and clips already attached to the unit itself if you want to secure it in place with additional attachments.


We know this can be an investment, so we recommend keeping it safe by avoiding long periods of direct humidity and heat exposure as well as following styling instructions like only running fingers through hair from tip to root instead of rubbing your hand through all of the manes at once because such action can cause tangling as you go along!


Full Lace Wig Cap


Full lace wigs are 100% hand-tied human hair wigs that each hair is hand-tied onto a mesh base for multi-directional styling. With full lace wigs, you have the freedom to place them in any hairstyle you choose, from high ponytails and updos to short bobs.


They imitate real hair like no other wig type - especially when paired with a monofilament top for added naturalness and versatility. However, quality full lace wigs are made from premium materials and thus are usually more expensive than both other types of lace wigs (360 Lace Front Wig) or its closest alternative, the silk top wig (180 Lace Front Wig).


Glueless Lace Wig Cap


A Glueless lace wig cap is great for those looking for an absolutely natural-looking hairline. It’s sewn onto a stretch cap and can be parted anywhere along the hairline, giving it a more natural look and feel than any standard full lace wig.


Because of these natural-looking attributes that come with wearing a glueless lace wig, it's also recommended for newcomers who may have never worn one before.


Different Types Of Lace Front Wigs

Effortlessly styling the Lace Front Wigs


If you’re looking to add length and volume to your hair without the commitment of going through a full weave or lace closure, then you may want to opt for a lace front wig!


Here at Indique Hair, we specialize in creating some of the most exquisite designer wigs and extensions. Our talented wig specialists will show you how easy it is to achieve a natural hairline with these amazing styling options! When shopping for your new wig, there are different types of lace fronts, so make sure you clearly know what each one represents and what makes them unique.


Mini Lace Front

A mini lace front forms a half-moon near the hairline


A Mini Lace Front is placed right where the hairline begins. Measuring around 2-3 inches across, the mini lace front lifts the hairline while giving it a shape that mimics your own natural hairline. Small pieces of lace are strategically placed on a hair wig and can be the little detail that sets your style apart from the rest. This is especially important if you have fine natural hair which may appear limp or flat when styled in "second-day" curls.


Traditional Lace Front

A Traditional Lace Front Wig


Gals who wear lace front wigs favor the 'Traditional Lace Front' because it provides them with ways to move and play while still allowing them to be out in public without drawing stares from passersby.


The traditional lace front keeps their wig from showing, which is extremely important for people from many walks of life - including dancers, professional athletes, and those who are newly experiencing hair loss issues due to medical conditions like alopecia or cancer treatment.


Temple-To-Temple Lace Front

A Temple-To-Temple Lace Front Wig


A Temple-To-Temple Lace Front is a type of lace front wig. A temple-to-temple lace front wig means the piece of hair extends from the hairline in the forehead across the entire part in front of the wig. Depending on how big or small your forehead, this will vary between products, some reaching from 5 to 6 inches and others extending back as far as 5 ½ inches.


Extended Lace Front

Extended lace fronts are ideal for updos and ponytail hairstyles


An Extended Lace Front is ideal for mid-length hair, with a small forehead and invisible temples. This type of lace front is perfect for half updos as it allows you to sweep all your hair back without worrying about how to hide where the hair meets. Perfect for accessorizing with headbands or decorative hair pins.


Comfort Lace Front

Comfort Lace Wigs are ideal for people with sensitive scalp


Comfort Lace Wigs have two layers. First, a strong layer of lace that can handle just about anything - this is what gives it its durability. Then there's another soft layer on top that touches your scalp, which is not only comfortable but also alleviates irritation that may occur when wearing a traditional lace wig or full lace wig. It is ideal for women who have a sensitive scalp.


Ear-To-Ear Lace Front

The hairline gets a seamless finish that blends perfectly with the temples and forehead


An Ear-To-Ear Lace Front is an innovative feature. The hair extends 11" from the front, along the entire forehead, and in front of the ear tabs. The wearer can achieve a seamless hairline that blends naturally with the temples and forehead, with this new product. While using tape for an extra layer of security is optional for all-day wear, we recommend it for added texture and comfort for long periods.


Uncut Lace Front

A customized hairline is possible with Uncut Lace Front


If you are looking for a more customized look, you might like the option of an Uncut Lace Front Wigs. This special arrangement allows you to have pinking shears cut off the material where you desire it taken off- meaning that every time you get a haircut, your wig is always going to match perfectly. We do NOT recommend using regular scissors if you want to trim an uncut lace front wig because they can cause unnecessary damage over time and make your wig unusable!


Caring For Your Wigs

Care and maintenance go a long way in maintaining your wigs


Human hair wigs – also known as toupees - are more popular than ever before. This is because they provide a very realistic and cosmetically enhancing appearance, and we love them! They're composed of real human hair, which means the texture characteristics, shine factor, and overall appearance of one are exactly like the other.


There are many different types of wigs, so one way to determine which one you may prefer is by asking vendors or searching online to give yourself an idea of what's currently available, and to see which options might appeal most to you.


When you care for your hair well, it can grow long and strong. Human hair wigs, when maintained properly, allow you to style and color them according to the latest trends and fashion. The hair on a wig does not grow long and strong, but offers many different versatile options.


Below are tips on how to maintain your wig for optimum use.


1. Remove Any Knots And Tangles From The Wig


    • Before washing your wig, it is necessary to remove any tangles and knots from the hair of the wig.
    • Start by gently detangling first with your fingers and then using a detangler brush or a wide-tooth comb.
    • Remember to start from the ends and then head towards the roots to avoid causing any damage to the wig.


2. Washing Your Wig


    • After detangling the knots, start by soaking your wig in a tub.
    • Once that's done, apply shampoo to your wig by rubbing a bit on your hands. Then wash it using cold water or under the shower tap.
    • Don't rub, twist or massage your wig as this sometimes causes tangling and breakage of your hairpiece if done improperly.
    • Make sure you don't put too much shampoo on your wig. Make sure never to use any kind of detergent or soap except for shampoo as this can cause buildup, which may block its air holes.
    • After rinsing out the shampoo from your wig, use a towel to gently squeeze any excess water out of it. Do not twist or wring the wig as this can cause hair breakage.


3. Conditioning Your Wig


    • When your wig is still damp, take a small amount of conditioner and gently work it into your netting to condition the hair.
    • You want to spread the conditioner evenly throughout your wig because the only real way that you can ensure that tangles don't form later when working with your wig is to make sure that it's saturated with the conditioner.
    • When the wig is still saturated with conditioner, detangle it gently, starting from the tips and working your way up towards the base of the hair.
    • Use a wide-tooth comb or fingertips to detangle your mannequin head. Ensure that you don’t stretch the hair, as doing so can cause damage.


4. Drying The Wig


    • Do not dry your wig with a blow dryer because it can really be damaging to the hair.. Instead, gently squeeze the excess water out of the wig [do not wring or rub] and then use a dry towel to suck out any moisture left in the wig.
    • Set aside your wig in a well-ventilated area free from direct exposure to sunlight; sun damage can ruin your hair and make it frizzy.
    • You can also apply oil to your wig before drying it out naturally to give it shine and keep it moisturized.
    • A wig stand is suggested for air drying your wig. This will help retain the wig’s shape after it has been washed.


5. Styling Care For Your Wigs


    • Depending on the desired style, you can use a curling iron or flat iron, but never leave too long on your hair, and be careful that they don’t get too hot because this could easily damage the fibers.
    • Similarly, electric rollers with a medium heat setting are also good for instant styling results without causing any damage
    • Lastly, moisturize those tresses with WIG oil regularly!


6. Post-Styling Care For Your Wigs


    • Sunlight can cause irreparable damage to human hair wigs. The hair in the wigs becomes pale and dull and loses its character. That is why it is pertinent to keep them away from direct sunlight.
    • You must always take your wigs off before retiring for the day. This will keep matting, breakage, and hair loss from being a problem.
    • If you would like to go for a swim or do some physical activities, it is recommended to remove the wig. Any use of chlorinated water, hot water, or seawater can damage the wig’s texture, color, and vibrancy.
    • After you take your wigs off, they should only be stored on a wig stand or on a mannequin head to maintain the structure of the wig cap. Invest in a good wig stand to avoid the curl pattern from damaging or the hair getting tangled.


7. Always Have Two Wigs


    • There’s such a wide range of wig advice that it can easily become overwhelming when deciding which directions to take. That’s why we feel it’s important that you always have a backup available in case of an emergency if you plan to wear wigs.
    • If more than one is available, you can have a backup ready if your favorite wig gets damaged by exposure to excessive light or weather conditions.


8. Matching The Wig Color To Your Skin Tone


    • We can give many tips regarding how to take care of your hair if you wear a wig. Fortunately, it's pretty easy to achieve that natural look as long as you know what you're doing.
    • The best way is to make sure you choose the right color or blend of colors for your wig. If it's too light, there will be an unnatural shine, and too dark makes you look pale, which is definitely not your aim when wearing a wig!
    • Many people have trouble finding a perfect match of the hair color to their skin tone, but luckily many online tools can assist you with this.


9. Using Heat On Your Wigs


    • One of the biggest mistakes people make when using a ​wig is too much heat.
    • You should never exceed 120 degrees Celsius when trying to style your hair, or else it will leave you with a burnt wig and possibly damaged hair.
    • Use standard, low-heat equipment to style your wig.
    • Always keep the hot styling tools isolated from your wig's roots!


10. Be Yourself


    • Whatever you choose to do with your hair, whether wearing a wig or extensions, you have just to be yourself.
    • Be sure to feel confident and comfortable while wearing your wig.
    • No matter how the situation or day unfolds,you can carry it off with utmost confidence and enjoy yourself.



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Hairstyles To Try With Lace Front Wigs


Lace front wigs are an extremely popular hairpiece for women, and it’s not hard to see why. These beautiful wig units make experimenting with your hairstyle fairly effortless because they allow you to make a bold look without the fear that your results may turn out looking like a cheap Halloween costume.


Other than braids, some of our favorite lace front hairstyles include everything from half-up, to half-down looks to putting a braid crown around the edges providing more texture and life to the style.


Middle Part Hairstyle

Nothing goes wrong with some waves and middle part hairstyles


Parting and styling versatility go hand-in-hand when using a lace front wig. A Middle-Part Hairstyle can be done with straight, curly, and some waves, depending on the texture.


You can create this look using a lace front wig and can look sleek and chic. Opting for boho waves or curls like Kim Kardashian will get you going.


Long Side Bangs

Long side bangs


A side part and a long side bang are great options for effectively framing your face. Side bangs add an extra volume while letting a little hair fall over your face.  


You can add some layers to get the feathered look and more dimension while giving a natural look to your hairstyle.


Wavy Ombre

Wavy Ombre


When changing the hair color of your wig, a look that's on-trend but also practical is the ombré look. This allows your hair to go from one color to another seamlessly. It's a way to add brightness to your look and keep your tresses feeling healthy at the same time.


Choosing a color for this effect is simple: choose a shade that is close to your natural hue, and gradually continue into the hue you wish to change it into!


Low Ponytail

Sleek Low Ponytail


The sleek low pony is a relaxed no-fuss style that works well for occasions when you don’t want to worry about messing up your hair.


To achieve the look, first, you need to be sure that your wig is thoroughly detangled and conditioned, then slick it back with some gel or glued spray. Next, secure it with an elastic.


Then you can wear your ponytail straight or add some flavor by creating waves or curls!


Braided Hair

Dreamy Braids ready for summers


Cornrow braids are a protective hairstyle and will make heads turn your way. They look stunning and are perfect for summer. They require no maintenance and give a very clean and sleek look.


Using an underhand upward hand motion, cornrow braids are created very close to the scalp.


French Braid

Childhood hairstyle taking an entry into adulthood now


Braids have made a huge splash recently among pre-teens, and now they've hit the eye rolls of adults. Braid trends are known to take over categories almost instantly, just like Instagram memes do.


You need some colorful ribbons or maybe even your trusty hair ties! It's simple: French braids are right on trend and an easy lace front hairstyle.


This style is achieved by parting your hair into two sections and braiding both sections back. Try adding hairpieces in the front of your face and around your ears!


Half Up Half Down

Versatile and fun - Half Up and Half Down hairstyle


This lace front hairstyle is versatile and fun. It's simple enough to wear every day but with just the right amount of pizazz to make it perfect for a night on the town. It can be worn by any woman who wants to feel great about herself!


This hairstyle can easily incorporate different hair accessories, like rubber bands, headbands, or beads worn in different ways.


You can try this hairstyle with different hair lengths, colors, and textures of your wig.


Medium Length Wavy Hair

Medium length wavy hair


If you are a middle-of-the-road person, this style is for you. Not too short, not too long, easy to maintain, and no need for a restyle every third day.


This length is perfect for you because it combines the versatility of a shoulder-length look without stressing over keeping your fringe in check.


You just let your hair be in natural waves and add volume with wavy curls for a textured beach wave vibe without stressing too much about your appearance, like when going for a longer or shorter hair look.


Frequently Asked Questions On Lace Front Wigs

1. Why do people wear lace front wigs?


With lace wigs, you get a more natural-looking hairline. This is one thing that sets them apart from other types of wigs. This is because their lace material mimics the movement of your natural locks for the most realistic effect. The texture of the lace material and special colors can be designed to match your skin tone so that it blends with your real hair and scalp to add depth and richness to every aspect of your look!


2. How to choose the best lace front wig?


The most important point to consider when purchasing your first lace wig is cap construction – considering the kind of natural parting you want to create and the length of your hair. The moderate parting allows users to make their areas of parting deep and long, making for a natural-looking hairstyle; on the other hand, the deep parting makes it possible for users to style any kind of long and extreme parting.


3. What styles can you do with a lace front wig?


The lace front wig is perfect for various styles, depending on your hairline. You can wear it as a side part or ponytail, or throw it into a messy bun. If you want to change the direction of your hairline but still want to keep the same length and color, this type of wig is ideal for you!


4. How do you blend the lace front with your skin tone?


We recommend using a foundation and makeup brush to blend the front of your lace front to your skin color. Apply the foundation with a foundation brush to cover any parts that may show an obvious line of demarcation from fabric to skin, as this will detract from your overall look.


5. How do you maintain a lace front wig?


We suggest that you take proper care of your lace front wigs so that they give you a look that you desire for a longer period. In doing so, you must pay attention to a few things. Like brushing them regularly, washing them with a soft sulfate-free shampoo, and deep conditioning them at least weekly. Whenever you style your wig, don’t forget to use a heat protectant on them to avoid losing its shine and texture.


In a case where you want to remove them, you must store them on a wig and stand away from the sunlight. Remembering to do all this will help in increasing their life and will thus give your money’s worth.



We have discussed everything you will need to know about Lace Front Wigs in this blog. After reading this blog you will most likely know why these wigs have moved to the forefront in the wig line. They give us the versatility to freely move around without worrying about our hair. The wig meshes into our hairline and gives a very natural look to the scalp. It is so lightweight that it makes it easier for the scalp to breathe on hot summer days. It gives us a multitude of styling options.


In short, Lace Front Wigs are here to stay! And if you are on the lookout for wigs, you wouldn't find anything as amazing as Lace Front Wigs. Indique Hair has some of the best available Lace Front Wigs. Shop Now!