1) Readymade Wigs
Lace wigs include lace front face wigs, full lace wigs, and 360 frontal lace wigs. Machines are used to manufacture readymade wigs, making them less costly but less natural-looking. Wefts of hair are sewed together straight, trimmed into strips, and combined into a wig with machine-made wigs. Readymade wigs are priced slightly lower but are still made by hand to the same standards as the made-to-measure collection, using the same delicate and specialist materials. They include the same features, such as the crown spiral and can be parted anywhere, just as if they were your hair.
2) Lace-Front Wigs
Lace-front wigs are composed of a standard wig cap with a few inches of lace sewed to the front of the wig cap and closure, a hairpiece that resembles a real scalp. The lace front replicates the appearance of natural hair growth at the hairline. The Jasmine Nicole perusal is lace-front and composed of virgin Remy hair. Lace front wigs are more prevalent, while the rest of the wig is constructed of a less delicate material that is less prone to ripping or tearing than the lace. The wearer of a lace front wig can select a ridge of hair. The lace is just on the front half of the wig, allowing the wearer to separate their hair however they see fit. Modern lace wigs may be worn while undertaking activities such as swimming and exercising, making them a popular alternative. It’s also a terrific alternative for anyone who doesn’t want to surgically add hair to their scalp.
3) Full-Lace Wigs
Full lace wig are often composed of human hair and are built entirely from a lace cap. You may part your hair in any way without exposing that you’re wearing a wig since the hair is fastened to the lace cap one strand at a time.
Glues and tapes placed to the front hairline region are commonly used to secure the lace wig. After the glue has been set, the front lace section of the wig is bonded to the region where the adhesive was put on the hairline, forming a strong connection that holds the lace wig in place on the head. Some lace wigs also feature “baby hair” around the temple regions, intended to cover up any apparent lace on the forehead. The baby hair also helps produce a natural hairline. Once placed, the lace or lace front wig can be left in place for weeks at a time while being cared for with wash and style.
4) Custom Wigs
Custom wigs are made just for you from one of our prototypes. While this does not allow for total personalization of the Veruca’s style or design, one of our expert constructors can manufacture a base matched to your head size with the lace color of your choice. Our experienced stylists and colorists finalize the style. Custom wigs are expensive, so make sure you know what to look for when searching for one. We understand how daunting the process may be, so we’ve identified some topics you should think about before making your final selection. If you are a beginner, it is recommended to wear glueless wigs.