Apr 18, 2024 2:34:56 AM

U-Part Wigs VS Lace Front Wigs


When we talk about buying the correct wig for you, the choice will always be yours. Now there is a lace front wig and a U-part wig, and which wig do you prefer? The truth is both of them have pros and cons.

If you need full coverage of your hair, a human hair lace front wig is a great choice, but you need to beware of traction alopecia along your edges while applying the wig. A U-part wig can provide you with a more natural-looking finish, however, using hot tools to style can bring about heat damage and breakage.

Now please read the blog about the pros and cons of the lace frontal wig and the U-part wigs, I believe you will make the best choice the next time you're in the market for a new wig.

Pros Of Lace Front Wigs

As mentioned above, a human hair lace front wig can be helpful for people looking to use the wig as a protective style, because you can cornrow your natural hair under the lace front wig and use the piece for full coverage. Another advantage is that you can completely change your hairstyle with lace front wigs, because they sit right near the hairline. The lace front wig also allows you to do different parting designs like the middle and side part, and it's often difficult to tell that you're wearing a wig at all.


Cons Of Lace Front Wigs

One of the disadvantages of lace front wigs is that they can be more expensive than other types of wigs, like lace closure wigs and headband wigs. The cost may vary depending on the hair type, lace color, and length of the hair used. In addition, lace front wigs need proper care and maintenance to guarantee that they last longer, which includes washing, conditioning, and styling the wig in the right ways. Failure to care for the wig appropriately will result in tangling and shedding, shortening its lifespan.

Pros Of U-Part Wigs

Sometimes a part of your natural hair will be left out, so U-part wigs have more versatility when it comes to sectioning out your hair, and often lend to a more natural-looking finish. You also can style your edges freely however you'd like.

Another advantage of U-part wigs is that U-part wigs are easy to access when it comes to your hair and scalp, and they also can create fullness and length.


Cons Of U-Part Wigs

When clipping in the U-part wig, you need to be careful of any tension it can cause on your scalp, as this can also bring about traction alopecia. Also, when you're in the process of picking out your U part wig, you have to consider the cap size. If the cap size is too large or too small, it’s very inconvenient for wear, West Kiss Hair customizes a small, medium, and large size for U-part wigs, so you don’t have to worry about the cap size if choosing us.

Another advantage is if heat is required for blending, it may defeat the purpose of protective styling, and possible breakage of hair will come due to excess heat from blending. By the way, Clips and combs required to attach the U-part wig can be uncomfortable for those with sensitive scalps, and the U-part wig is also not suitable for people who have alopecia.

Knowing the advantages and the disadvantages of lace front wigs and U-part wigs is very important before ordering. Now that you already know it, the decision is still up to you. West Kiss Hair sells both lace front wigs and U-part wigs. To design your own wigs and other hair extensions, do visit our website today at westkiss.com

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