Is 150% density good for a 13x4 lace wig?

When you choose to buy a 13X4 lace wig , density is an important factor that should be taken into consideration . The most popular dense levels for the hair system include 150%, 180% or above 200%.So you should know more about 150% ,if it actually meet your needs,you don’t have to choose a 180% or 200%.


The article Mainly about:

1.What is hair density

2.Benefit of 150% density

3.What you should think about buying a 150% 13x4 lace wig.

What is hair density

Wig density is the amount of hair that is added to the cap to create a fuller look. It helps to determine how thick or thin the hair on the wig cap appears. Regardless of the texture and material of the wig, the higher the density percentage, the fuller it will look; the lower the density percentage, the thinner it will look.

Benefits of 150% density :

They are not heavy and offer great comfort and breathability , so your scalp can easily breathe.and it’s easy to wear a 150% 13X4 lace frontal. The most important is ,The density allows your hair to look natural.


Things you should know when buying a 150% density 13X4 wig

1. Your preference

If your hair is in average level,neither too thin nor too thick and don’t care much about the wig ,a 150% 13x4 lace front wig is enough for you,however ,if you suffer from losing hair ,and wants a thick and full look to make compensation ,choose 180% .

2.The Hairstyles you like

Hairstyle is an important factor that you need to consider first. If you need a curly or a wavy hairstyle, a lower density is better because the curls themselves tend to look fluffy. Thick 180% hair density is also appropriate if you want gorgeous straight hair.

3.The Length Of The Wig You prefer

If you love long hair, you can choose long wigs. 180% wigs are long, making them the perfect choice for people who love long wigs. If you want hair below 20inches,150% is a good choice ,but if you want a 22inches or more hair ,you should choose 180% .


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