Everyday Closure Wig, The Easiest Wig For Beginners

Finding wigs that are comfortable and easy to wear can be tough.

I think you know what I'm talking about (I see you're nodding). A human hair wig is usually not cheap. The cost of trial and error is generally high.

So, what is the most effortless everyday wig for beginners?

Our answer is the lace closure wig.

Why? Let's break it down.

What we are talking about when we're talking about the easiest wig for beginners.

Easy To Cut The Lace

As we all know, many beginners mess up with cutting the lace. You may need more practice to find the best medium, not too close, not too far.

Unlike the lace front wigs, you don't need too much work to handle the lace from ear to ear. Lace closure wigs have less to be cut. It's much more manageable.

Easy To Install

Lace closure wigs are less work. You put it on your head, and it's down. You don't even use glue with it. They are for people who do not like to sleep with wigs. You can take it off and put it back whenever you want. If you buy a closure wig with an elastic band, it has a better snug fit.

Easy To Do The Hairline

The lace front wig has a hairline from ear to ear. Since our head shapes are different from each other, you need to work it out to make the hairline stay flat. It's not easy for newbies.

The closure wig is different. It only has a square piece of lace. We usually put it on the top of our head, which has little to no curvature. That makes it easy to deal with the hairline.

Because of the three reasons above, we recommend closure wigs as the first try for beginners.

"So, which size should I take?" That may be your new question.

Let's find out more.

The Most Common Sizes of Lace Closure Wigs

4X4 Lace Closure Wig

What Is A 4X4 Lace Closure Wig?

This means it is a combination of a 4x4 inch lace closure and hair bundles. The 4X4 inches, it refers to the lace sizes.

The first number represents across - from left to right. It's four inches across. The second number represents from forehead to back. It allows you to part four inches deep in space.

Pros:

Lower cost, more affordable price

Effortless to deal with the hairline and installation

Easy to maintain, no worry about it lifting

Cons:

Limited space for parting or styling.

It usually only can go with a middle part.

5X5 Lace Closure Wig

What Is A 5X5 Lace Closure Wig?

Same as the 4x4 lace closure wig, The 5X5 inches, it illustrates to us how big the lace is.

The first number represents from left to right, so it's five inches across. The second number represents from forehead to back. It allows you to part five inches deep in space.

Pros:

Have larger lace space and much more versatility in styling.

Look smoother at the top after styling.
Whereas the 4x4 closure wig looks bulky and doesn't sit as flat compared to the 5x5

Get frontal vibes without dealing with frontals.

Cons:

The cap may not lay flat at the transition part where the lace stops.

5X6 Lace Closure Wig

What Is A 5X6 Lace Closure Wig?

Okay, I guess you know it well now. The first number represents from left to right, so it's five inches across. The second number represents from forehead to back. It allows you to part six inches deep in space.

Unlike other closure wigs, the 5X6 lace closure wig is not simply assembled with a lace closure and hair bundles. The 5X6 closure wig is integrally molded. Its overall fit is perfect, especially the lace and cap transition part.

Pros:

Everything goes with a 5X5 lace closure wig.

Stay flat naturally, fit very well.

Deeper 6-inch parting, you can do a parting to the top of your head.

Cons:

In my opinion, it's almost perfect. If I had to say one, it doesn't have an ear-to-ear hairline. (duh)

Which One Should You Choose?

4X4 closure wig has been a thing of the past. 5X5 closure wig is trendy. If you plan to buy your first wig, a 5X5 closure wig is a good try, or maybe our original created 5X6 closure wigs.

To Conclude

The easiest wig for beginners, our first recommendation is lace closure wigs. The 5X5 closure wig or 5X6 closure wig is a better option in the lace closure wigs.

I hope you find this article helpful. If you need more information about lace closure wigs, refer to the articles below.

What Is Lace Closure Wig?

7 Steps For How To Install A Lace Closure Wig

Do Lace Wigs Damage My Hair?


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