A hair closure is a top piece of lace sewn with a few hair strands. The lace closures are usually in front of the wig, and they eliminate the need for you to leave your own hair out.
With the right hair texture and hair extensions, lace closures can make your wigs look very realistic because they blend with your forehead. Also, with Brazilian human hair, the lace closure perfectly mimics your hairline. There are usually three types of closure parts — the free part, the middle part, and the three-part.
What is a 4x4 closure?
4 inches by 4 inches is the typical size for a lace closure. It’s widely adopted because the square 4x4 is the perfect lace size — not too big that it obscures your wig’s beauty, and not too small that it becomes ineffective.
How much does a closure cost?
If you’ve ever shopped for human hair wigs, then you’ll know that the prices vary greatly. Originality, longevity, and the absence of chemicals all affect the price. A ballpark for closures would be between $30 and $300 based on items like the texture and color of the closure.
Which closure part is better?
Depending on your hairstyle, hair length, and even hair density, you may go for any of the three lace closure parts. Since they are all made of human hair, you can be sure they’ll look good.
Some hair bundles may also complement your preferences. For example, the three-part closure has items/ hair strands pre-trained in three different directions. That means it’s easier to style the hair along those lines.
For the most part, all parts are excellent choices; it just depends on your needs.
How do you fix Brazilian hair?
Sometimes, you may get bundle deals and be unhappy with the part. Luckily, the parting isn’t set in stone. You can easily fix your hair and create parts in the closure at home with your hair care items.
The Brazilian hair will look the same regardless of where and how you part it. You can also link your parts if it matches your personal style. Note that this parting technique works for all hair bundles, including deep wave and loose wave.
While creating your own parts, you may have trouble getting the hair to stay in place. An easy fix is to part first, then work it over with hair spray and a flat iron log. The bundles will retain their new parting.