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Lace Front Vs Full Lace: Whats The Difference?

Lace Front Vs Full Lace: Whats The Difference?

Fairly new to the world of lace wigs, I was overwhelmed by the plethora of wig options when I began my search. I had no idea what to look for choosing first, a traditional lace front. After accidentally ordering a 360 lace I discovered that the wig could be worn pulled up in the back. Hmm I thought, what other options are there? Well, the article below will those questions and more.

Sometimes the nature hair community moves so fast that we forget that not everyone understands whats going on and it can be a bit confusing. Case in point whats the difference between a silk closure and a lace closure? No worries we’ve got you covered here ! With protective […]

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Hair wigs have been (and still are) all the rage

Hair wigs have been (and still are) all the rage

Hair wigs have been popular for centuries as women and men utilize them for fashion, to cover hair loss, or just for fun. What is affecting the most recent trends in wigs and hair accessories, keep reading to find out!

Though high-profile celebrities tend to don wigs on the red carpet and in music videos, wigs have a long history throughout time, for all types of people. They’ve been around as early as Ancient Egypt, were worn throughout the Elizabethan Era and are still making headlines in 2020.

Some historical examples

Ancient Egyptians shaved their heads due to the country’s hot weather, and wigs denoted wealth, social status and religious piety. The most expensive models that were worn by pharaohs and queens, as reported by the PBS documentary series Articulate, were made with human hair and beeswax, and decorated with gold pleats, beads and ribbon.

What’s responsible for this recent boom?

Article written by Erin DeGregorio

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Where there’s a wig, there’s a way: three women share how they got their new hairdos

Where there’s a wig, there’s a way: three women share how they got their new hairdos

Women have embraced hair wings for as far back as I can remember. My mom donned a big afro wig in the seventies and today I find myself reaching for my lace front wig as a protective style to my own natural hair. Whether used for hair protection or to hide hair loss, wigs will never go out of style. Read below to find out how three women have integrated the use of wigs into their own lives.

Individuals purchase wigs for one reason or another, as detailed in another article of this special RHSR series. Three everyday women shared their stories with us, explaining what led them to wear wigs and how they currently feel when looking at their new locks.

Written by Erin DeGregorio on January 2, 2020 for the Star Review.

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Everything You Need To Know About Weaves, Clip-ins, and Wigs

Everything You Need To Know About Weaves, Clip-ins, and Wigs

Are you confused about the difference between weaves, clip-ins, extensions, and weaves? You are not alone. For those new to the world of add-on hair solutions, choosing the right type for your desired looking can be daunting. Read on the discover the differences.

Everybody is rocking hair extensions. Whether that be in the form of weaves, clip-ins, or wigs. Extensions are in and they are a fun way to switch up your look, so why not give them a try.

That being said the verbiage that comes along with wearing extensions can be confusing. Like what’s the difference between weave and clip-ins, or a lace-front and a lace-frontal, or what’s even the difference between synthetic hair and human. Well, look no further because we will cover all the things that have to do with hair extensions.

Author: BRIANNA IMANI |Jan 2, 2020

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