Anyone who has ever worn a wig would prefer that they don't seem to be wearing a wig at all. It's about creating illusions so people are more focused on what you want them to see rather than being distracted by what you don't. One effective way of keeping that illusion is by choosing the right lace wig.
Two of the popular lace material are Swiss lace and HD lace. And if you think they are one and the same, think again. This article will be your guide to knowing the differences between the two so you can find the perfect lace material for your crowning glory.
What is Swiss Lace?
Swiss lace is the most preferred lace type for wigs because it can easily match any person's skin tone. It comes in four shades: transparent, light brown, medium brown, and dark brown, and it can be further tinted to any skin tone using lace tint. Even the pre-plucked hairlines that it comes with can be tinted in a matter of minutes. This lace can give you the illusion of a natural scalp.
Its texture is fine and soft to the touch. You would barely notice it being there. It is likewise easy to apply on your wig which makes it very convenient for wig makers. And, perhaps its most important benefit, it is very durable. Swiss lace is able to withstand more tension than the other lace types, giving you multiple wears for up to three times.
What is HD lace?
High definition lace, or HD lace, is one of the newer lace types in the market. It is generally regarded as a type or an offshoot of the Swiss lace, yet it is different enough to be its own type. Compared to Swiss lace, HD lace is finer and thinner which makes it more delicate so greater care must be given when handling, applying, and customizing HD lace. If possible, a professional is better suited to work on the lace. And since it is finer, it is completely undetectable, giving you a more natural hairline.
What’s the difference between HD Lace and Swiss Lace？
Contrast of HD lace and Swiss lace
Both can create wigs that seamlessly blend with your skin. The lace becomes so transparent that it virtually disappears for untrained eyes. They both come in a number of natural colors that would match any skin tone and the laces can be tinted easily to match the skin color even more. Swiss lace would suffice for most users but for those who want finer textures and greater transparency, HD lace is the way to go. HD lace takes it a step further by making the lace blend naturally to your skin.
If you’re looking for a really natural look, you should choose HD Lace wigs over Swiss Lace wigs.
When it comes to durability, Swiss Lace tops HD lace. HD lace is Swiss lace that is made finer and thinner and this makes it less durable than Swiss lace. It is likewise more fragile than Swiss lace. It can rip easily when not properly handles so much care and even experience in essential. Swiss lace, on the other hand, is very durable. It can give you multiple wears so you won't need to keep replacing it.
3.The characteristics of lace material
Both materials are made from the same technique of making fine Swiss lace so both are guaranteed to be soft to the touch. Naturally, HD lace is softer for having the finest thickness and texture.
How to choose lace?
Price is dictated by the material used, demand, and quality of the finished product. Higher quality laces would be preferred for the more expensive or high-end wigs. And since HD lace has better quality and effect than Swiss lace, it is more expensive. When going for the price of lace, think about how often you will use it. Swiss lace may be cheaper but it is more durable.
2.Use on different occasions
Both laces are great for blending your wig with your hairline. Their light structure means that they are also well ventilated so you can wear them for longer and in different environments without sweating them out.
3.Proficiencyin wearing a wig
To get the most out of your wig, you should learn that each type of lace would require a certain level of delicateness. Between Swiss lace and HD lace, HD lace is more fragile so you will need to be more proficient in wearing it to get the most of your purchase.