STRAIGHT LACE CLOSURE
Thanks to Volure's Straight Lace Closures, people will be able to wear weaves while still looking like they are using their natural hair. However, they're ironically not going to be using their natural hair at all. The Swiss lace that forms the foundation of these closures resembles a scalp well enough to fool the untrained eye and even the trained eye. Straight and natural weave pieces look perfect with these Straight Lace Closures.
The Volure Straight Lace Closures use wonderful Swiss lace top bases with a great texture, and which manage to look like a scalp. The Remy Virgin hair that is used with these accessories is fresh, not processed, and otherwise high in quality. People will get between eight and twenty-six inches of hair with these Straight Lace Closures.
When installing the Volure Straight Lace Closures, people should tweeze them in advance so they will be able to mimic a person's natural hairline that much better. People are also going to need to braid their hair in order to make the installation process work. People should then create a proper part in the Straight Lace Closure and weave it onto the plaits that they have created. Adding foundation to the right parts of the lace top can make a huge difference when it comes to making the whole accessory look more natural, even though it is going to look much more natural than many similar products anyway.
People should avoid raising their expectations too much when it comes to their Straight Lace Closures. For one thing, even though these products are high-quality, they are only going to last for about four wears. People can try to fix them, but it makes much more economic sense to just get them replaced rather than try to keep on making the old ones new again. People should handle them carefully, but the lace component is going to wear out fast.
People are going to need to try to avoid exposing the closures to heat as much as possible, since this sort of accessory does not have the defenses against heat that people will get with normal and natural human hair. They are not going to be able to repair the damage, and people are going to find that their closures are going to dry out if they use cheap dyes, bleach, or hair dryers. People might be able to go to professional colorists or hair stylists in order to change the style of their lace closures, but they should avoid making an attempt to do so for themselves.
Using pre-conditioning treatments helps cut down on the level of drying. Wearing a night cap helps hold in the moisture on the closures. Using a paddle brush instead of most of the other brushes that people are going to use in this instance makes much more sense from a hair care perspective. Straight Lace Closures are really excellent accessories while they last. They're not going to last forever, but people can certainly buy them in succession and care for them.