A wig is a head covering made from human hair, animal hair, or synthetic fiber that is worn for fashion or other reasons, including cultural tradition and religious observance. The word wig is short for periwig and first appeared in the English language around 1675.
Some people wear wigs to disguise baldness; a wig may be used as a less intrusive and less expensive alternative to medical therapies for restoring hair. Wigs may also be used as an article of apparel, or to fulfill a religious obligation. Actors often wear costume wigs in order to portray characters. ~Wiki
What is a Lace Wig?
A lace wig or a lace front wig is a special type of hairpiece or wig designed with a sheer lace base. Lace front wigs are made with real human hair or synthetic hair is which tied, by hand, to a sheer lace base. Full lace wigs may have a base made entirely of lace while the more common tactic is a lace front wig which has the sheer lace only at the front where the hairline is visible. The remainder of the wig is made out of a less fragile material which is less susceptible to ripping or tearing than the lace. Full lace wigs can be pulled into a high ponytail and up-do’s, as opposed to lace front wigs. The lace is only in the front half of the wig, to allow the customer to part the hair any way he or she wants. If a lace front wig is pulled into a ponytail it will be obvious that it is a wig.
The lace wig is usually attached with the assistance of glues and tapes, which are applied to the front hairline area. Once the glue has dried, the front lace portion of the wig is affixed to the area where the glue has been applied on the hairline, creating a tight bond which keeps the lace wig in place on the head. Some lace wigs also have what is referred to as “baby hair” around the temple areas which is used to cover up any visible signs of lace on the forehead, and the baby hair also helps to create a realistic hairline. Once applied the lace front wig will usually stay bonded for up to a week.
There are several different types of lace wig cap styles. The most common is the full lace wig cap. This requires glue and tape for application. ~Wiki
Lace Front Wig Celebrity Review
Lace Front Wig Celebrity Review by Countess Vaughn 90’s child star actress and singer and How to Prevent Lace Front Wig Celebrity Review Horror Story.
Countess Vaughn is a 90’s child star an actress and singer and best known for her role as Kim Parker on “Moesha” and “The Parkers”. I’m sharing an actual video interview. You will hear Countess Vaughn’s actual testimony. It is my hope that when you hear it live from a famous celebrity, you will know how important HAIR SKIN HEALTH is to me and as a former STUDENT NURSE I take it VERY SERIOUSLY.