Custom Lace Frontal 12-13 Long (hairline) x 6 Wide (front to back)

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Product Description

A lace frontal is used for someone who has a thinning or receding hairline, but has biological hair elsewhere. It replaces/covers the front hairline, allowing for a full hairline appearance. Typically a frontal is bonded at the hairline and clipped or sewn at the back. This is a great hair replacement option for someone who wants to "wear their own hair" but has a compromised front hairline.

You will notice that lace frontals are not substantially less expensive than an actual full lace wig. Therefore you may want to consider whether a frontal is the best option for you.

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Questions and Answers

How is a frontal applied?

For the most part, frontals are bonded (with adhesive) at the hairline and worn with snap clips or sewn at the back. The other option is to sew the front hairline and the entire perimeter, but this is really only an option for someone who has a healthy hairline (most commonly worn with hair extensions, a weave).

If you are uncomfortable bonding or sewing a frontal, you may need to seek other options or consider a large topper with bangs, so you can clip this in. While you can clip the front hairline of a frontal, it does not lie completely flat and if you have a compromised hairline, clips and bobby pins can cause more hair loss over time.


How long does a frontal last?

Most frontal wearers find the need to replace them after 3-5 months of continuous wear and purchase an average of 2-3 frontals per year. At this time, we do not offer a repair service for lace frontals.

What are the downsides of frontals?

The biggest downside of a frontal is the need to blend with your own hair. If you have coarse, kinky or textured hair, it can be a challenge constantly trying to ensure the textures match. If you are straightening or relaxing your hair to blend with a straight frontal, you may find your hair loss/damage increasing over time. If you do not want to wear your hair in its natural texture, a full cap wig is a better option.

The other downside of a frontal is if you're constantly coloring your hair to cover gray. If you have a lot of gray hair, and are uncomfortable showing it, a full cap wig is a better option because you don't have to worry about coloring your gray hair when your hair is completely covered.

If you are wearing a frontal with hair extensions (a hair weave), then a frontal has nothing but upside because you have the opportunity to avoid putting "stress" on your hairline or constantly blending your hairline with your extensions.

Why should I specify if I am wearing bangs in my frontal or topper?

The top reason to specify if you are wearing bangs in your frontal is that you need a little more density at the front hairline to achieve a full bang. A client who needs a natural hairline on a topper often has a thinning hairline, thus the density at the hairline of the topper is light, for better blending with the client's own hairline. If you are wearing a bang, this is not an issue for you, and you need more hair at the hairline.