DENSITY & THICKNESS
- volume density; a very full braid wig
- hybrid volume density; semi full, but not as full as volume density
- classic density; a normal density, but not as full as the hybrid volume
Thickness of all braids includes;
- big ; which is thick
- medium ; which is thick, but not as thick as the big
- small; which is not as big as the medium
- micro; which is tiny
- jumbo; largest/thickest size
Definition of a Standard Braided Wig.
Years back people were only used to having their hair made with bundles (human hair, virgin remy, brazilian hair, synthetic hair...) type of extensions & lace materials. Later hair fashion was upgraded into having these bundles made on wigs, so that people 'who prefer' would no longer have to walk into a salon to waste so much time sitting to get their extensions fixed.
Same fashion upgrade, has been invented into different types of braids.
Normally, every customer who wants to get their hair braided would have to sit for hours to have their desired braided style on. Now, this has gradually leveled up into having braids on a wig. We now braid on wigs in different styles for our customers in order to save them time, stress and money.
Based on standard practice, more focus is placed at the front/upper part of a braided wig as compared to the back and lower part. A standard braided wig shouldn’t be overweight or heavy. A standard braided wig should be braided evenly and properly spread out. The back is not meant to be as full as the front. This is for those getting a braided wig for the first time. It is true that a normal human hair lace wigs are sown completely around the wig cap. But a braided wig cannot be compared to that due to the weight especially if you are using a 2*4 closure, 4*4 closure, 13*4 lace frontal material.
It is normal if you see your wigs and see that the front/upper part is fuller than the back/lower part. All our wigs are covered out evenly and none of our wigs are bald at the back.