Q: What is HD Lace?
Q: What is Transparent Lace?
Q: What's the Difference Between Normal Lace and HD Lace?
Q: What's the Difference Between HD Lace and Transparent Lace?
Q: Where Can I Order an HD Lace Cap Wig?
Q: WHAT IS HD LACE?
A: HD stands for "high definition". HD lace is a royal lace material that used to be called Swiss lace, and which is invisible when applied to the scalp. This ensures that the wig-wearer can have an exposed hairline, which looks very natural and renders the lace along the hairline highly undetectable.
Q: WHAT IS TRANSPARENT LACE?
A: Transparent lace is the regular lace in a transparent color.
There are four different regular lace colors, including dark brown, medium brown, light brown, and transparent. It is important to choose the right color to better match one's skin tone.
Q: WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN NORMAL LACE AND HD LACE?
A: The key to wearing a wig is to make it look as natural as possible. As we can see in the picture attached below, the HD lace (Swiss lace) is more see-through than normal lace, which can better melt into the scalp, and make the hairline look more natural and less visible.
Q: WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN HD LACE AND TRANSPARENT LACE?
A: As we mentioned above, HD lace is a new name of Swiss lace, a kind of lace that is thinner and more see-through, and transparent lace is the regular lace in transparent color.
We often recommend the transparent lace to women with light skin tones, but recently we found that the transparent color lace can melt into any skin tone after we bleach the hair knots and glue down the hairline.
But according to the features of the lace material itself, HD lace (Swiss lace) is still much thinner, more delicate, and transparent than the normal transparent lace.
Q: WHERE CAN I ORDER AN HD LACE CAP WIG?
A: Please take a look at this page where you can find the HD lace wigs.
All custom full lace human hair wigs and 5" deep parting lace human hair wigs at www.sogoodhair.com can be made with HD lace. Simply choose "HD Lace" under the "Lace Material" option.