Full Lace Cap. Hair density is evenly spread around the wig which is created on the lace so it looks very natural. 100% hand-tied. Our full lace caps have a stretch net in the crown.
Lace Front Cap. Hair density is evenly spread around the hairline and front of the cap on a lace 4.5”- 6’’ hence the name Lace front. Wefts are stitched to elastic netting and the back of the cap. An adjustable strap allows you to loosen or tighten the cap up to a half-inch. Smooth velvet tabs at the nape of the neck.
Standard Glueless Cap. Built just like the full lace cap with additions of clips and combs attached to the sides near the temple as well as a short study bone.
Monofilament Caps offer a very natural look with parting versatility. The mesh material gives the illusion of hair growth from the scalp and allows for individual, hand-tied hair. As a result, hair can be parted and combed in different directions. Monofilament Crowns can be monofilament at the part, crown, or entire top of the Crown area.
Double monofilament wigs also happen to be a good option for sensitive scalps as the cap is soft. Of the monofilament caps, the 100% hand tied cap is generally the most comfortable.
Machine Sewn Caps are the most common and affordable design. Wefts of hair are sewn onto the cap, which has a closed lace layer at the crown. The hair is cut and styled into a specific style and the crown/wig is often teased or crimped so you cannot see down through to the cap. This type of cap often gives the hair volume at the Crown.