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Why Do You Need To Do Closure Sew In?

This entry was posted in Knowledge By Jessica

You may have seen lace closure products and heard closure sew in. But have you ever thought about this question, why are so many people willing to needle and sew on their heads? This sounds incredible, to friends who have never understood wigs. So let's take a look at it with questions.

Ⅰ. What is closure?

a. What is the closure sew in?

closure sew in

You can say closure is a technology or you can say it is a product. Closure sew in is a fairly popular pre-wig technique to cover up one's original hair. Closure sew in, also known as full stitches, are where your hair is braided into ears of corn to create the foundation for your braid. Then sew your hair closed to create a section, not the side or the middle it's up to you! When you choose a fully sewn style, you have versatility in hairstyle, texture, length and color. One of the main benefits of closure sew in is that they do not need to be mixed with hair.

b. What is a lace closure?

lace closure

Under normal circumstances, our own natural hair does not always blend well with foreign textures; eg Brazil or India, so some hair braids may experience breakage, but closures can be used effectively to prevent this problem. And for sewing products, we have to talk about lace closure. A lace closure is a small wig made of silk or lace material. Lace closure is usually 4 X 4 inches in size and is used to close your wig or specific styles. They come in many different styles, including three-part, free-part, and mid-part. The three-section lace closure allows you to part your hair in three different ways, while the middle section closure only gives you one style option. However, the free section lets you part your hair however you want. Free partial lace closure wigs are more preferred because they offer versatility. When your weft is sewn, your closure provides the finishing touch while protecting the hair. The wig is then attached to your cornrow base and stitched to secure it around the perimeter of the cover to protect your hair while providing a flawless, seamless look

Ⅱ. Why do you need to do closure sew in?

closure sew in

1. Covers frizzy hair for beauty

In Africa, the homeland of blacks, because of the climate, blacks basically have fine curly hair, which makes it difficult for them to grow. This has to do with dry climate and genetics. This also leads to the fact that African blacks rarely have long hair. A lot of black girls have hair that's too fluffy and dry. So, with lace closure and the technology of closure sew in, you can transform your overly fluffy and eye-catching image.

2. In order to make the wig more integrated with your hair, bring a natural

The perfect fit of the lace closure or closure sew in can make your lace wig look like your own hair. It hides your old hair by sealing and blends perfectly with the new wig. Also keep your own hair from any damage.

closure sew in

3. Protect your own hair and bring health

Looking back at history, black women were sent to the fields to perform heavy labor because of the "dirty and messy" appearance and braided hair that did not conform to Western aesthetics. For daily convenience, they often braid their hair to clean up their image. This is also the origin of black braids, and later, under the leadership of Sarah Breedlove, a hair straightener product became popular among black women. But although this chemical hair straightener can soften the naturally frizzy hair of black people, it is also very harmful to the scalp. So, if you cover your hair with lace closure or closure sew in, you can naturally protect your hair from chemical damage.

Ⅲ. How to wear a lace closure?

1. Some issues to be aware of

a. Please do not use glue for sealing

When you wear a lace closure, please do not use glue for the closure, this is a common mistake of many ladies and can cause our hair loss. Sew the seal in to avoid damage or hair loss. We sew the closure so that our hair does not deteriorate or fall out

b. Need to be glued

The lace closure weave covers the crown, and while the front can be sewn or clipped to the back, the best way to hold it in place is by gluing. Bonding methods include liquid or tape adhesives, which are then applied in small amounts to the hair grid and carefully secured to the front of our hair.

c. You make sure the material used on the cap matches your scalp

When you color the cap correctly, it makes it easier to part, pull back, or twist any style of hair you want without drawing attention to the cap. You can use a liquid, apply the seal with adhesive or braided thread, it will give you a natural look and everyone will believe it's your own hair.

closure sew in

2. The specific process of wearing lace closure

a. First, braid the hair into parallel braids from front to back.

b. Put the braid on the head, feel out the braid, make sure the braid is aligned with the braid. Use bobby pins to attach the braid to the braid to hold it in place.

c. Start stitching, starting from the area above the temples, down, and around to the other side.

d. Once you don't sew the weave with the lace front, just flip the edge up and apply the adhesive to finish the process. Then you can simply style the braid however you want.

How long does closure sew in last?

How long can the seal be sewn: The durability of the seal. Typically, if the lace closure is carefully preserved, it can last 8 to 12 months.

Is closure better than frontal?

The truth is, both are great. Both will give you a complete and flawless installation and create the illusion of hair growing directly from the scalp. Closure and front allow you to braid and protect your natural hair

Is closure better than frontal?

The truth is, both are great. Both will give you a complete and flawless installation and create the illusion of hair growing directly from the scalp. Closure and front allow you to braid and protect your natural hair

Do closures damage hair?

The lace closure will not cause any damage to your hairline and scalp. Because you can easily remove it at the end of the day so your hair can breathe.

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