A woman's hair is one of the most significant highlights of her beauty. But as much as women love to hit the jackpot with weaves, there is still a lot of confusion, especially from beginners, on the right number of bundles with closure to achieve the desired look.
The number of bundles needed to achieve the desired volume is based on the hairstyle preference from leave out, lace frontals, or closure sew-ins. Save for hairstyles, human hair type, user preference, and hair length are vital factors to look for when choosing human hair bundles.
How many bundles do I get with a closure?
For bundles with closure, 3 bundles are the magic number for lengths between 8 - 18 inches; 3 bundles within that length range will result in a voluminous sew-in weave. As the length increases above the 18-inch mark, you may need to get more bundles to avoid wearing a thin outlook with your hair.
Another option for hair longer than 18 inches is to combine different lengths to achieve a fuller look. For instance, combining bundles of 20, 22, and 24 inches will give your hair a fuller look. It is also essential to consider the hair type in this instance, as curly hair appears fuller than straight hair with a similar number of bundles.
What do bundles with closure mean?
A lace closure is a type of finishing that covers the head from temple to temple. Closures are usually a 4x4 lace patch placed in the hair's midsection to finish up a hairstyle, hence the origin of the name, closure.
A bundle is a collection of weft hair, tied together in a package and presented as weaves. Wig wearers are often confused about the bundle deals that will complement their hair finishing.
Hair bundles with closure are trendy amongst wig wearers because they provide adequate protection to the hair underneath.
Are 2 bundles enough for a full head?
Yes, 2 bundles are enough for ranging from 8 - 18 inches. However, it may not be as voluminous as when more is used. A longer look with this amount of units will give you a scantier hairstyle.
In all, your preference and hairstyle will determine the number of units you need. Remember that the longer you want your hair to be, the more units you will need. I recommend getting 2-3 units from LarweHair for a natural-looking volume.