Full Lace Wigs Look Realistic
People who lose their hair can feel very uncomfortable about their appearance. In fact, women who experience alopecia may not feel as confident or as feminine as they did before they lost their hair. Hair loss can stem from many different origins, such as genetics, medications or scalp damage. However, regardless of the source of the alopecia, full lace wigs can be used to conceal the thinned or missing hair.
Full lace wigs are designed to match the look of natural scalp hair. The wigs can be parted in any pattern that is preferred by the wig wearer. The wig wearer can even choose to create elaborate hairstyles with multiple parts. Buns and high ponytails may even be worn.
Full lace wigs are constructed with a lace base to which hair is hand-tied. The lace is used throughout the entire underlay. In addition, the hair that is used in full lace wigs may be human or synthetic. Synthetic hair typically looks relatively real. However, human hair is used to make the most realistic-looking full lace wigs. In fact, full lace wigs that are made from human hair can be curled with heat appliances in the same manner as natural scalp hair.