As you know, in order to keep lace closures looking and smelling great we will need to do some maintenance periodically by washing and conditioning them. The below article will show you how to maintain its luster and keep it clean without damaging the hair and lace base. Now, just scroll down to see the information showing how to wash lace closures!
What is lace closures?
According to the definition, a closure piece is a small piece of lace fabric, usually about 4*4″, with individual strands of hair ventilated through and knotted directly to the lace. Besides, silk closures have a layer of silk as well as a layer of lace.
Because lace closure is a hairpiece that is attached to the hairline to mimic the human hairline, it looks so natural you would think it’s your natural hair.
It is said that you use the lace closure when wearing wigs, weaves, and other extensions to give it a full look.
Closure hair extension is made with either a silk base or a lace base to closely mimic the scalp. This is where it gets its name the lace closure from. It gives you a recreation of your hairline that will further act as a protective style.
The length of tresses is the key to fabulous hair. With different hair lengths (8-20 inches), lace closure is the best way to try a different style without messing with your hair.
What are the benefits of lace closures?
We can say that lace closures with hair bundles weave are a fairly popular item for women who care about their hair. Furthermore, the flexibility and versatility of closures make them applicable for just about all types of hair, whether natural, scanty, permed or the less thrilling receding hairline.
However, there are the cons of closure hair.
Because of the delicate nature of closures, it is important to take extra care to prevent damage in the front of balding. Besides, balding is when your closure begins to have a spot where the hairs have come out of the base creating a balding appearance.
Recently, we have received a lot of questions from people about how to care for their closure and how they can prevent balding. Many women are also concerned that closures will make them look “wiggy”. We wanted to post this blog to help you wash your lace closure.
How to wash lace closures hair?
Firstly, you should remove all glue and adhesive from the lace.
Secondly, you have to comb out all tangles from the tips to the ends of the hair.
Thirdly, let fill a sink half full of cool water, and add a cup full of wig shampoo to the water.
Fourthly, you should soak lace closure into the water for a few minutes.
Then, you can gently move it around in the water, and then lift it up.
Next, rinsing all of the shampoos out of it is the sixth step.
Afterward, you have to fill another sink half full of water, add a cap full of wig conditioner to cool water and mix the conditioner in the water.
In the eighth step, you should soak the lace closure into the water and let it sit. Typically, you’ll need to let curly and wavy lace closures sit a little longer than straight closures.
In this stage, you can gently move the lace closure in and out of the cool water, and remove it from the sink.
Finally, all you have to do is to place it on a flat towel, fold part of the towel over the lace closure and gently pat the closure dry. Let the lace closure air dry by placing it on a closure head.
All the above are the ways showing how to wash lace closures that anyone can learn!
Besides, you can find some lace closures in our company to get a great look now! MCSARA has many lace products to provide for the European market. To bringing beauty and satisfaction to the customers, MCSARA is becoming more and more popular among many hair suppliers in the whole world. Our company commits to using 100% Remy hair with no chemical, no tangle, and no shedding, you will not find any problem with our products. We also offer virgin hair which has never experienced any hair processing before. Besides, our products are cheap and easy to use. Consult our weave bundle with hair length chart and visit our product list for more preferences!
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