All You Need To Know About Hair Closures?
Weave installations have advanced with the time because lots of ladies tend to focus more on how to protect their natural hair as well as how to keep it healthy and strong.
One of those major enhancements includes the addition of hair closures, and added extension placed on top of a flat cornrowed base to reveal a natural-looking part.
A hair closure makes it possible to braid the hair you would typically “leave out” to cover your tracks, thus protecting it from constant manipulation and heat damage. Installing closures can be a tedious task, so be sure to consult with an experienced hairstylist before choosing any of the below options.
A lace closure consists of individual strands left onto lace material. Lace closer is naturally thinner and more flexibleLace closures tend to be less expensive than silk ones, are generally easier to install and lay flatter to the scalp. However, keep in mind that using this type of closure may require bleaching the black knots that sometimes cause the closure to look synthetic.
On the other hand, a silk closure is made with individual strands embedded into a skin-like silk material. Generally, people prefer silk closures when they want a more realistic look without having to bleach the knots. These will certainly cost you more money but are known to last longer and more closely resemble an actual scalp that can be parted in different directions enabling more versatility for the owner. The silk closure is made from a silk-like fabric combined with swiss lace fabric.
You can try both to be sure to know you more comfortably in.