Are you a newbie to the world of Lace Wigs? Choosing the right lace wig can really make the difference in your lace wig wearing experience and today we’re going to talk about the different types of lace wig textures to help you make an informed decision the next time you purchase your new style.
There are 4 different types of hair texture. They are: –
The first lace wig hair texture we’re going to talk about it Silky.
Silky is the natural Indian hair texture and is soft and silky to the touch. Most of the curly wigs featured in our blog series are made with silky hair. Silky hair holds curls better than the other textures because it goes through the least processing.
The Silky lace wigs that are popular are
- Silky Straight
- Wavy Curl
Popular examples we feature in this blog series are:
The second type of lace wig hair is Kinky.
This hair is made with remy hair that has been texturized to mimic a natural blow-dried African-American hair texture.
This hair has a course appearance but is very soft to the touch.
Kinky hair texture works best for African – Americans who want a natural-looking, soft and bouncy hair.
Kinky lace wigs featured in this blog series are:
- Kinky Straight
- Kinky Curl
Examples of popular Kinky lace wigs are:
The third type is Light Yaki…
Is remy hair that has been texturized to mimic African-American relaxed hair. This texture is perfect for an African-American woman who is looking for a realistic texture that closely resembles her own hair.
The Light Yaki texture is not too course. If you’re looking for a fresh out of the salon relaxed look, this is the right texture for you.
This texture is also available with:
Examples of popular Light Yaki lace wigs are:
The last type of lace wig hair texture is Fine Yaki.
Is made with remy hair that has been slightly texturized to mimic very fine African -American hair freshly relaxed with an extra strength relaxer for a smooth and sleek feel.
This hair is a cross between the Light Yaki and Silky texture. If you’re looking for an African – American texture that is not course, moves freely and is soft and sleek, this is the texture for you.
This texture is
- Less processed
- Holds curls longer
Examples of popular Fine Yaki lace wig units include:
Selecting the right texture for you may be the difference between a great lace wig experience or a less enjoyable one. I hope you find this resource helpful in choosing a great product that gives you a natural and longer lasting look. As always I’m happy to assist you with lace wig questions and concerns.
Faithfully, your lace wig companion,