Ombre lace wigs are wigs that have more than one hair color. The colors may be completely different, like red and blue, or simply different shades of the same color.
Our Ombre lace front wigs are made of real human hair and are colored in several styles. Some wigs have the colors blending from top to bottom while others have a distinct part down the middle. Traditional ombre wigs start dark at the top and work their way down.
However, we also have items that start bright at the top and darken as they drop. Generally, you’ll need more thought to maintain a lace color wig with an ombre pattern. Here are three tips that can help
How to maintain ombre wigs
- Stay away from hot water. Even though it feels great on your skin, hot water can soften the follicles in your human hair wig and fade the lace wig color
- Trade gentle shampoos for your lathering formulas. The lather is harsh and can compromise the wigs' health
- Protein-rich hair masks can make your hair wigs brittle and prone to breaking. Avoid them if you can.
The difference between Ombre and Balayage wigs
While talking about Ombre wigs, people often confuse them with Balayage wigs. The difference is subtle, and you can even use the terms interchangeably.
Balayage hair blends subtly down the hair length. It’s often difficult to see where each color stops and the other starts. Additionally, the hair texture and color tend to stay the same throughout the wig’s length.
Ombre has a starker contrast and you can easily differentiate the color parting. Because they are made of human hair, these wigs require skill to style and make.
Can you wear a full lace wig in a ponytail?
Full lace wigs are hairpieces that are constructed on a lace cap. When constructed, the wig can be adjusted to fit any capsize the owner needs. These are quite different from lace front wigs. With a lace front wig, you only have the lace in front.
Since full lace wigs are basically hair with caps, there’s no reason why you can’t put them in a ponytail. You can style these wigs however you want, from high ponytails to french braid ponytails. However, be careful not to make the ponytail too tight because it can make the hair break.