How to Care the Lace Closure

A lot of women tend to confuse frontals with lace closures. Closures are not frontals; however, frontals can be considered closures. Lace frontals are basically a hairpiece which mimics a person’s hairline, covering it up from ear to ear. Today I only want to share with you guys about how to care the lace closure.

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As each individual product may vary, consult your hair stylist for specific instructions.
1. Wash and condition hair regularly.
2. Detangle hair gently before washing. Do not rub or twist hair.
3. Add mild shampoo to cool water and swish hair till clean. Rinse thoroughly.
4. Blot out excess water with towel and allow hair to dry naturally. Do not expose to sun.
5. Comb curly hair gently with your fingers. Do not brush.
6. Brush straighter hair in a downward motion straight with the ends. Work your way up to the roots.
7. Certain items should not be brushed. EG braids, DOME, ETC. Consult your hair stylist if in doubt.
8. Hair may tangle if general care directions are not followed properly.

Tips: Sew-in or bonded weaves usually require lace closures to cover the top area where the track hair or weaving hair gets sewn/bonded down. This process often creates an area called the “horseshoe” where some hair gets left out. Closures can be used to cover up that area and add some decorative style to enhance the weave.