Difference Between Lace Closure & Lace Frontal

The big difference in a lace frontal and a closure is the construction, the materials used, and how they are applied.


Lace frontal 

In GENERAL a lace frontal closure is meant to be bonded in place, as well as by attaching with the use of clips. The most popular method for installing a lace frontal closure involves sewing down the back of the frontal and using a bonding agent to glue the front hairline down. A lace frontal piece has a realistic hairline which is meant to mimic hair growing from the scalp.

Lace frontals cover a larger area than closure as they will have a temple to temple hairline. This larger temple to temple area in combination with the replication of a natural hairline allows for many off the face type of hairstyles that are not possible with a regular closure. Just like its full sized lace front wig counterparts, a frontal will require the sealing of the knots to help keep the hair secured firmly in the cap.


Lace closure

In GENERAL a closure piece is usually used for sew in installs/applications. If placed properly just behind the hairline, it can allow the wearer to wear a full weave with no hair left out while giving the appearance of a natural scalp area.

Closures do not run temple to temple. Instead they are placed in the horseshoe area at the top of a weave to close off the style. (Hence the name closure)
The most popular breathable closures are constructed from silk mesh with a poly strip or thin skin around the outer perimeter of the mesh which strengthens the mesh (for a sewn-in application) or to make bonding the closure easier. These closures allow for freestyle parting along the cap area. The addition of a flesh colored stocking under will help to add the look of a natural scalp to this style of closures. This type of closure may require the sealing of the knots (as in a lace frontal) to help keep the hair secured firmly in the base.


Amazing Hairstyle 2017 Best Red Carpet Beauty Look

Celebrities are like to try the new and fantastic hair style. You can see very amazing hairstyle at 2017 Red Carpet. Here are some very amazing hair style for you.

Maddie Ziegler Straight hair 

Maddie kept her hair sleek and chic, pairing her deep side-part with tons of shine. Bare lips, a touch of pale pink blush, and tons of mascara finished off the look.Get this hair with Beauty forever Brazilian straight hair.

Olivia Holt Middle part hair

Olivia swapped out her blush for highlighter, applying plenty of luminizer to the apples of her cheeks for a super-glowy finish to her makeup. Result: glow goals. Get the amazing hair style with Beauty forever 360 lace closure.

Karrueche Tran Black straight hair

Who says ponytails are reserved for the gym? Karrueche paired her center-parted pony with long lashes, contoured cheekbones, and a dark-nude lip.Black Brazilian straight hair

Daya body wave hair style

Daya pulled her hair into a pretty updo, but kept strands of hair around her face for a dreamy vibe. Her makeup was equally romantic, featuring smudged-out liner and beautifully blended eyeshadow. Body wave weave

Beauty Forever Natural Virgin Hair


To ensure that our clients receive only the best, Beauty Forever Hair takes pride in our very strict quality control process that involves washing, sterilizing (chemical free), treating, conditioning and air-drying the Virgin Brazilian hair. The Brazilian hair then goes through a second stage that includes our Fantasy Examination process of inspecting the final products. Our natural virgin hair cuticles are aligned in the same direction (remy) to prevent excessive tangling and matting.

Beauty Forever Hair provides clients with quality virgin hair that last longer than a year and has a natural sheen and luster. The hair is machine weft and inspected to prevent shedding and breakage. Our hair is effortless to wear and maintain. It takes very well to different styling techniques that include curling, straightening, and coloring.

With proper maintenance our Brazilian hair bundles is guaranteed to be long lasting and reusable. At Beauty Forever Hair we pride ourselves in providing great quality hair that is durable, versatile and functional. Let us make your hair fantasy come true.


virgin Brazilian hair for Celebrity hairstyles

Celebrity hairstyles are great to look at when planning your next hairstyle. It helps that celebrities are everywhere, but the latest celebrity hairstyles are a useful source of inspiration because celebrities are usually on the cutting-edge of what’s new and trendy- it’s their job (after all) to make sure that their limelight doesn’t fade away.

Shop for your weaving hair extensions by collections. Beautyforever deep wave hair and body wave hair feature Natural Remi, unprocessed hair. Our International collection features processed virgin hair available in many textures and colors. Try our Beautyforever virgin Brazilian hair collection, although not remi, features the highest quality human hair on the market. The Hair Factory Collection is the original collection of hair we featured and the longest popular collections we have offered you through the years.

Types of Hair Weaves for black and white Women

16865004_1460607197307609_2455751493264786779_n.jpgWhen selecting human hair weaves, there are many things that you need to take in consideration. Beauty forever hair weaves can do wonders if applied properly. They can give you a different hairstyle, add to your hair length, or even add color to it.

Celebrities, both black and white, have moved beyond realms in experimenting with hairstyles, thus, making hair weaving all the more omnipresent.

Types of Hair Weaves

You know, you really can’t just move out one fine day, reach a beauty salon, and get hair weaving done without a tad research. You have no idea how hair weaving could affect your natural hairstyle. You need to know that hair weaves come in two forms: synthetic and natural. While synthetic hair weaves are used for twisting and braiding hairstyles, natural Brazilian hair weaves are often brought into use for free-flowing hair.

Well, you’re wise enough, for you understand the negatives of synthetic hair. They damage your natural hair, irritate your skin, and ultimately, are fake. So, natural hair weaves are easily available in salons, in an, indeed, wide variety. Asians have beautiful straight hair, while Europeans boast of their vintage curls. It’s upon you to decide what hair weaves will suit your hair texture the best. Well, so does the cost!


Everyday Human Hair Waves for Beauty forever


The thing about being a blogger, especially with what I do here, is that you have too much photographic evidence that is available to the public displaying some bad hair choices.

I used to be a hairspray addict and I wish I would have gone a bit lighter on the use so my hair, I don’t know, MOVED a little bit.

Anyway, I’ve relaxed a bit with it recently, and have loved these loose wave and casual “everyday” waves. They wear so easily, and I can usually get a second day out of them with only a quick touch up.

Get various hair type with Beautyforever human hair weave.



In fact on Snapchat a few weeks back, I told you that they are what I call “nothing waves”, because they are so casual and effortless.

Celebrities attitude human hair for human hair extensions and weaves

Today, celebrities treat wigs and hair extensions more like an accessory to change up their look, and few make efforts to disguise it. (Doing so would be almost impossible anyways, given that many celebrities are now photographed hour by hour via paparazzi and social media.) Who could forget when, in 2013, Beyoncé debuted a headline-grabbing pixie cut one week, only to replace it with a new cropped ‘do the next? Katy Perry swapped out human hair bundles between the 2015 Met Gala and the after-party a few hours later. And when Zendaya went to Paris fashion week that October, a ready supply of wigs allowed her to change her hair as often as her outfit.

“The attitude towards extensions and bundles of human hair has completely and utterly changed,” says Sam McKnight, the esteemed hairstylist who has contoured the tresses of everyone from Princess Diana to Lady Gaga. “It’s as acceptable now as it was in the ‘60s, when people used to wear switches all the time, and models used to do their own hair and makeup. A wig or hair piece is now an accessory.”

“Personally, having worn human hair and hair pieces of all kinds in my line of work, I am totally comfortable using extensions and wigs as a way of accessorizing my look on any given day,” says Rocha. “We change our makeup daily, why not our hair?”

Celebrity endorsements haven’t only altered attitudes towards virgin hair and extensions—they’ve been good for business, too. In the U.S., sales of Brazilian hair bundles and hair pieces were up 5.6 percent per year on average between 2011 and 2016, according to market researcher IBISWorld.

Two years ago, former entertainment exec Lisa Richards and her friend, Monica Thornton, opened RPZL, an express hair extension and blowout salon in New York City. The business has seen a 30 percent increase in revenue year-over-year. Richards attributes much of those gains to celebrities and social media—not only for increasing awareness of the role extensions play in creating their look, but also positioning it as a luxury service. “Everyone talks about [extensions] now, posting shots of their hair lying on the table on Instagram as they ponder what color they’ll choose today,” she says. She also adds the salon often receives a bump in bookings the day after a celebrity reveals a new set of extensions or a major red carpet beauty event like the Golden Globes.
“In a way extensions have become a status symbol,” McKnight explains. “Because it says, ‘Look what I can afford.’ It’s become like a handbag.”

Improvements in the products themselves have also helped, sources say, including extensions that don’t require damaging heat to apply, and more natural-looking edges and parts on virgin Brazilian hair weave. McKnight says the increasing availability of wigs and hair pieces at department stores and online outlets, many priced under $1,000, has also greatly boosted their popularity.

While hair pieces may all be all fun and games for the many models and celebrities who now wear them, their positive, open, and playful approach is having a wonderful impact on the women who seek them out for medical reasons. Dr. Fusca says her wig-wearing friends and patients are “much more comfortable” discussing the fact than ever before. That’s cause to celebrate.

What do you know about virgin hair?

You must heard a lot about virgin hair if you are concerning about human hair products. But what is virgin hair? Do you know exactly about the word? I am going to tell you more about virgin hair to let you know more about it.

The Best quality hair product is virgin hair and in specific it is Brazilian hair, also called virgin Brazilian hair.


At the moment the market is flooded with so many different hair extensions from different countries, Brazilian, Indian, Peruvian, Chinese, and so many more it’s hard to know which is which.  These hair extensions are known as virgin hair.  A lot of my clients have been coming to me with these so called virgin ‘Brazilian hair’ or virgin ‘Indian hair’, but a licensed  hair stylist it’s clear to see the fakes from the genuine.

So … what is virgin hair?
Virgin hair is hair that is free from being processed with all the cuticles intact.  Virgin hair is free from the following processes; chemical treatment, perming, dying, bleaching or colouring in any way.  The hair is usually single drawn, meaning that there are different lengths within the weft.  Virgin hair is the next level up from Remy hair, apart from being cuticle correct it has all the features stated above.

Where does virgin hair come from?
Virgin hair comes from a single donor (i.e. one person).  The hair is tied back into a ponytail and then the pony tail is then cut.  Each virgin hair ponytail should come from one person (i.e. one single donor).  The reason for the ponytail cutting in this way is to keep the hair cuticles in one direction (Remy) preventing tangling and shedding.

What happens to the virgin hair after it has been cut?
The virgin hair after it has been cut is washed and disinfected and prepared into single drawn or double drawn wefts.

What is the difference between hand tied and machine wefted hair?
Hand tied wefts – are hair extensions that are wefted by hand.  The advantage is that the hair lies flat and gives more of a natural look.  The disadvantage of this is that the hair sheds and it is harder to sew the tracks onto the hair, as well as needing a lot more than machine wefted hair.

Machine wefted – is hair extensions that are wefted by machine.  The advantage is that the hair is reinforced multiple times by stitching for durability.  The disadvantage of this is that it is difficult to cut the hair as it can cause shedding. Click Your Hair Deals to find the best prices on wefted hair.

How much should come in a ponytail of virgin hair?
In a ponytail of virgin hair should be approximately 100g – 115g, some suppliers may give you more but be wary, as it may have fillers, synthetic fibers or other animal hair mixed in with it.

200g – 300g of virgin hair is needed to complete a full head weave.

300g – 400g of virgin hair is needed to make the weave look full and bouncy

400g – 500g of virgin hair is needed if you are going for lengths longer than 18 – 20 inches of hair to make the hair look full and not scanty.

My Human Hair Extension Usage Reviews

 human hair

Hair extensions are used for more than achieving length and volume, you can easily add in hair extensions for chemical free color effects. You can add highlight, ombre or get the new pastel mermaid hair all with the use of hair extensions. Let’s be honest, most of us like to switch up our human hair color, particularly with new seasons. Committing to bleach sessions and hours in the salon can now be cut in half for both time and money by adding in hair extensions to get the new hair color you desire this season.

A few weeks back I posted on Instagram that I would be collecting all hair questions to compile & answer on my blog. There were so many questions that I decided to break it up into hair care/hair extensions. Today I am answering all the hair extension relation questions.

What brand extensions do I prefer?
I wear Beautyforever Hair. I have tried a few other brands and nothing really compares to my Beautyforever remy hair extensions. I’ve tried a couple of sets that do come close – but their clips are not as high quality which is a deal breaker. (Use code love10 for $10 off your extensions.)

How often do you wash hair extensions?
I have 3 sets of hair extensions, and I learned quickly that washing infrequently is the best for making my human hair weave last longer. I washed my first set of Beautyforever 2x and it doesn’t necessarily ruin the hair, but I felt like they weren’t quite as smooth. I try to avoid washing mine at all cost, but if/when I do I am careful them. Your extensions will last much longer if you take care of them!