Frontal VS Closure

There are so many wigs and weave in Idoli Hair. Including lace frontal wig, lace closure wig, bundles with frontal, and bundles with closure. Recently we got a question that "what's the difference between a closure and a frontal and which one do I meet which one is best for me" So today we wanted to come into discussing the difference between closure and frontal.



This is a 13x4 frontal from Idoli Hair and this is what the inside of a frontal looks like. There are three sizes: 13x2, 13x4, and 13x6. Now our most popular is the 13x4 and what that means is 13 inches from ear to ear. Then about four inches of parting space from front to your apex so right to the top of your head.

When you order it it is a piece of Swiss lace material that has hair hand-tied to the lace to create the illusion of a scalp. It is so versatile, that you can literally part a frontal anywhere you want to part. It has baby hairs around the perimeter of its hairline with the frontal and the purpose of a frontal is really to kind of give that illusion of an actual hairline so as to make the wig look as realistic as possible.



Now moving on to closure is a 4x4 piece of Swiss lace material. Which is only going to sit right here in the middle of your head. It will give you four inches of party face across the front of your head and four inches of parting space from your hairline to the middle of your head. There's still baby hairYou must know that for closure, the style options are very limited. You Can't go for a high ponytail or something like that because there's less hair in the closure. However, this works well for bangs or the middle area.

The main differences between frontal and closure


Start with the most obvious difference between the two -- size. Frontal use 13 inches wide lace on the front, up to 4 inches on the back. But closure is just about 4x4 lace.

The size of the frontal allows it to move from ear to ear, creating the illusion of a natural hairline. The size of the closure makes it suitable for the middle and back of the scalp since it has less material.


Needless to say, the frontal's size and versatility make it more expensive than the closure. Because there is less sealing material, the price is usually much lower.

This makes sense because closure is better for a simple day-to-day look, and the frontal makes you frantically choose any shape you want.


The installation of the frontal and closure is very similar. They can be sewn in or placed as wigs. When it comes to the frontal, it is usually better to hold it in place rather than sew it shut. This makes it look more natural when it sticks in front of the hairline. Closure doesn't need to be glued together, because they're on the back of your head, so they should be good to sew in.

We sincerely hope that the distinction between frontal and closure becomes clearer to you. Frontal is first-class versatility, while the closure is the best choice for a simple day-to-day style. It all depends on how you feel throughout the day, so make choices accordingly.

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