The 360 Lace Front Wig: The What, How & Why you Should Invest in One

Wig technology has come a very long way since the heavy, synthetic wigs of our Mom’s and Grandmom’s. Back in the day, unfortunately, our only options for switching up our hairdo were those “everyone-can-tell-it’s-a-wig” but today, it’s possible to wear a completely different hairstyle every day of the week, and it looks like it’s growing out your scalp!

You’re probably wondering how this is possible— how on earth could a wig look that natural? Well, the answer lies in the newest member of the lace frontal family: the 360 lace wig.

360 Lace Frontal Wig, 360 lace front wig

What styles can be achieved?

If you’re familiar with traditional lace frontals then you can skip this part, but for those ladies who are new to the wig game, traditional lace frontals are delicate sheer, lace closures attached to the perimeter of your wig, designed to mimic the look of the scalp. In a regular lace frontal, the lace is attached from one ear to the other, and the hair plucked and dyed to ensure the wig looks as natural as possible! Frontals mean that your hair is now fully protected under the wig and you have tons of styling option, including wearing your hair pulled back and other styles that weren’t possible with traditional wigs and sew-ins.

Now the 360 lace wig takes things up a notch and gives you even more styling options by extending the lace closure completely around the entire perimeter of the wig, almost like a headband! This means that now, your wig can be styled in a chic updo or high ponytail as well as tons of other styles, with no fuss!

How is the 360 lace front wig made?

The secret is delicate, sheer lace. The lace used to make 360 wigs is high quality, durable lace that is super sheer and can be dyed if necessary, to better mimic your hair’s natural scalp. When you combine strategic plucking around the hairline to create the look of baby hairs, with the lace, blended to completely melt into your scalp, you have a completely natural looking wig! The wig Is secured using a snug wig cap, clips and an adjustable elastic band, making sure your wig stays in place all day.

Why do you need one?

Wigs are no longer something worn only out of necessity, usually, to hide significant hair loss or some other hair woe— they are now completely awesome options to switch up your look while protecting your natural hair! 360 lace wigs are light and breathable, giving your hair and scalp the necessary ventilation. They work to relieve the tension on the perimeter of your hairline, making sure your edges remain healthy and flourishing and having them installed saves you lots of time, particularly when compared to traditional sew-ins.

Most importantly, of course, is that the 360 lace wigs look completely natural! By using lace technology and recreating the look of the hairline, wigs now can give the appearance that the hair is growing directly out of the scalp! Think of all the fun you can have with your hair now that you don’t have to worry about damaging your own hair with excessive heat or coloring, or whether people will look at you and immediately be able to tell you’re wearing a wig. You can rock a candy colored bob on Monday, and a full head of thick luscious curls on Thursday, all the while keeping your own hair completely under the protection of a super natural looking wig!

If you were afraid or a little unsure about wearing wigs, don’t worry! The 360 lace front wig takes all the stress and apprehension out of the equation, leaving you with a comfortable, sexy, convenient styling option.

So what are you waiting for? Trust us— once you experience the 360 lace wig experience, you’ll never go back!


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  • Malika Daniels

    I have to try this! I have a lace front closure in right now, but the 360 sounds great! Thanks for the info!

    July 9, 2018 at 3:59 pm Reply
  • Mimi Green

    I rocked a short shaved haircut so hair is very easy for me. I love wigs on others, but I’ve never loved them on me. I’ve probably only worn one for about 3 hours in life. lol I love how the styles and quality have evolved over the years.

    July 10, 2018 at 4:32 pm Reply
  • Kim

    I just bought my first wig maybe one month ago. I’m trying to get into it. Maybe I need to find the right one?

    July 10, 2018 at 10:54 pm Reply
  • Kita

    I’m a creamy crack and braid girl but I would not mind trying a wig. People say they make them feel hot. I don’t mind feeling hot I am just afraid it will fall off. LOL .

    July 11, 2018 at 8:53 am Reply
  • Stephanie Hicks

    I’ve been natural for going on 7 years now. Wigs have definitely come a long way in the last 10 years. I’ll definitely have to try this out!

    July 11, 2018 at 10:38 am Reply
  • Tomiko

    I can’t do lace fronts.. I just can’t and I always can tell even with the baby hair laid down but it looks cute on you

    July 12, 2018 at 8:00 am Reply
  • Jonna

    I’m so glad wigs have evolved because it was scary to even try. Now it’s an option that can look so natural.

    July 12, 2018 at 8:44 am Reply
  • Crystal

    I have wigs, hair pieces, weave, braids, YOU NAME IT, in my hair bin in my bathroom. I am not new to 360 wigs, and I think they are definite game changers. I just cut my hair super low for the summer. So I am definitely enjoying this break from having to style my hair daily. But I’m sure when my scalps starts getting cold in the winter, I’ll have a nice unit slapped on my head. Yours looks cute!

    July 13, 2018 at 11:16 am Reply
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