There are many different kinds of human wigs in the hair area, why do girls love the hand-tied lace wigs the most? When you know something is handmade, you will have a few expectations for it. You’re expecting a high-quality product, and you’re likely willing to pay more for that handcrafted product.
Human Hair Lace Wig usually is listed as hand-tied. Though someone is tying individual strands of hair into hair weft and then sew in them together into a wig cap by machines. The lace closure or lace front part in the front of the wig is handmade, people hook the hair strands on the lace base to make the front part look like our real scalp.
Meanwhile, when someone is carefully hand-tying each strand of hair, the result is very natural. It gives the illusion of natural hair growth and provides parting and styling versatility. What's more, it allows you do a deep part or natural looking hairline, and it will looks very natural and real.
Hand-tied is generally considered one of those most comfortable types of wigs as well. These types of caps tend to be soft and lightweight.
As always, there are downsides. As mentioned initially, you can expect to pay a premium for hand-tied wigs versus machine-made ones. Handmade means quality, remember?
Likewise, handmade items are delicate. Wigs are no exception. You will have to be incredibly gentle when washing a hand-tied Lace wig. You’ll also need the right tools.
To summarize it all, here’s a quick list of the pros and cons.
- Can be synthetic or human hair
- Gives you the most natural look
- Mimics the hair growing out of your scalp
- Comfortable fit
- Styling/Parting Versatility
- Less density
- Price is higher
- Less Breathable (because there’s no open wefts)
- Runs slightly smaller