If this is your first time trying a Full Lace Wig or Full Lace Custom Design Wig, you are in for a life-changing experience! You are now in the possession of a precision hand-crafted Full Lace Wig! Please read this brief guide about Lace Wigs before you attempt to wear your unit/hair system.

While the craftsmanship is amazing in creating a quality, natural looking custom Lace Front Wig or Hairpiece. The First, you must measure your head in order for you production to design your desired Wig, Unit, or Hair System, so it fits your head, and so it have a natural-looking invisible front hairline you can show off when finished.

A full lace wig is constructed with lace throughout. The hairs are hand tied throughout. The full lace units provides plenty of string possibilities as you can part anywhere on the lace. High ponytails and even cornrow braids are possible. This unit will require the use of adhesive around the full perimeter of the unit.

You are the owner of your own hair style, length and colour. It is mainly up to you to give the correct measurements before they are customized for you in the correct manor. We have helped over Thousands of people Worldwide and we know we can help you to better understand which products are best suited for your hair loss problem or if your just looking for a new fashion look.

If you are a first time buyer, you should choose a hair style that is right for you, whether it’s for fun, fashion, or for medical reasons.

Lace front wigs are manufactured with a thin lace that extends from ear to ear across the hairline. In the back, a lace front wigs are constructed similar to regular wigs with weaving wefts. A lace front wig will not have lace in the back and therefore can’t be worn in a high ponytail with the nape showing. A lace front unit will only require adhesive on the front hairline.

TIP: Sew the back down for added security!

Lace wigs have been around for years! Many celebrities sport lace wigs because they offer a flawless undetectable hair replacement solution.

This is a guide for measuring your head if you want to further customize your lace front wigs. Please have your hair as flat as possible and use a soft flexible measuring tape. Measure each section 3 times for accuracy.

If you are unsure of which density is best for your custom wig…View photos that should help decide your you percentage of Density! Density depends on how prominent and strong you’d like your hairline to be on your Full Lace Wig. The most popular choice for density is 80% or 100% density.

For most styles it will take 4-5 weeks to receive a customized wig. Special Construction Caps can take 45-60-Days several styles we have available for immediate shipment, if your wig fits that criteria we will inform you by email

While we have a no refund policy with Fashions Lace Wigs can work with you to address any questions or concerns. Fashion Lace Wigs Designers creates a customized to your specifications and therefore absolutely no returns or exchanges are allowed.

Because our payments are processed using PayPal, we are able to accept all major credit cards including Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express. Plus we accept payments via PayPal. Money Gram as well as Western Union can also be accepted. You can also Bank Wire Funds Just call to request for BWF{Bank Wire Funds}, you must call to request for more details or Via Email us.

.Each hair on your body grows from a hair follicle, a tiny, saclike hole in your skin. At the bottom of each follicle is a cluster of special cells that reproduce to make new hair cells. The new cells that are produced are added on at the root of the hair, causing the hair to grow longer. To feel the cuticle, just pinch a single long hair between your fingers starting up near the root. Pull the hair between your fingers and feel how slick and smooth it is. As you move from root to tip, you’re running your fingers in the same direction as the cuticle layers. Now start at the tip of the hair. In this direction, the hair may feel rougher; it may squeak as it passes between your fingers. You’re running your fingers against the grain, and you’re bumping into the edges of all those flattened cuticle cells.